We’re a little bit jelly of Erin’s dress. She’s one of the lucky brides that serendipitously found it while perusing the racks at Nordstrom. It’s not even a “wedding dress”, but ended up being perfect for her Mammoth wedding. Lucky her, right? And she paired it beautifully with a bracelet that’s been in her family since the 1880s. Oh, to be so lucky, and to have such a fun with a spectacular view. Thanks to the husband + wife duo behind Troy Grover Photographers for sharing this one with us today!
Doesn’t she look amazing in the dress?
Love the playful sign, but think we love this little man in his J.Crew suit more!
Things really could not have gone more perfectly for Erin + Const, but if they did have to share something they learned from the wedding planning process, it would be this:
Don’t sweat the details. Make it personal, but don’t make yourself crazy. Outsource as much as you can, and focus your attention on the things your guests will experience — the music, the drinks, and activities (we had a fire pit where they could make their own s’mores, a sparkler exit, and a Mammoth mascot for them to dance with). Don’t make anyone wait for anything. Be thoughtful about timing, throw a great party, and have fun!
Photographer: Troy Grover Photographers / Ceremony & Reception Venue: Convict Lake Resort Mammoth Lakes, CA / Event Coordinator + Designer: Lindsay Longacre at LVL Events / Invitation Designer: Alee & Press / Hair & Makeup: Lisa Peterson and her team; based in Mammoth Lakes, CA / Florist: The Vine’s Leaf / Cake: Mimi’s Cookie Bar Mammoth Lakes, CA / Catering: Convict Lake Resort / Rentals: Convict Lake Resort & Camelot Rentals (Reno, NV) / Dress: Alberto Makali, bought off the racks of Nordstrom at South Coast Plaza, Costa Mesa, CA / Wedding shoes: Nine West / Bracelet: has been in Bride’s family since the 1880s / Groom’s Suit: Macy’s / Shoes: ECCO / Bridesmaid dresses: J.Crew / Ring bearers: J.Crew / Linens: La Tavola