Thursday, February 20, 2014

Pam and Jason's winter wedding at Woodloch


Pam and Jason's
winter wedding at Woodloch


Pam and Jason had a beautiful winter wedding in the mountains of Northeastern Pennsylvania. Everything outside was blanketed in serene white snow. The events inside felt welcoming and cozy, wrapped in the warmth of fire and candle light. Pam had a romantic, vintage movie star look going with a ruffled open back gown, loosely braided hair, bird cage veil and glamorous faux fur wrap. Jason looked sharp in his tweed suit with leather elbow patches. Blue accents tied their attire together, including Pam's blue Uggs - perfect for the portraits we planned at nearby Vanderbeek Farm.

When planning the day, this is what Pam had to say:
We want our wedding to be a great party! We are hoping for the overall style to come together as rustic, understated, yet still classy. Most importantly we want to be able to ENJOY the party with our family and friends.
Lanterns and flowers next to pine needles and pine cones, burlap paired with ribbon and lace - The rustic yet classy feel was evident throughout the all details of the day. And party they did! We have the photos to prove it:-)

Woodloch is a great venue for a snowy winter wedding in the Poconos. Guests can stay and not worry about travel complications that can sometimes be an issue this time of year and there are plenty of wintry activities to enjoy. I wonder if anyone put the hot cocoa favors to use at the bonfire Pam and Jason hosted the evening after the wedding:-) Thank you Pam and Jason for trusting us to tell the story of your wedding day. It was beautiful and we had a blast! Scroll on to check out some of our favorite photos from the day.

Credits:Wedding and reception at Woodloch Resort. Wedding flowers by Cathy's Flower Cottage. Wedding cake and cupcakes- Kitchen Chemistry. Hair and make-up by the Lodge at Woodloch Spa. Bridal gown - Galina for David's Bridal. Groom's tux by Paul Fredrick. Entertainment by DJ Mike Kresch, Gruvin Enterprises.