Jason and Bethany share a love of adventure so it should come as no surprise that they chose to marry in the snowy mountains of Lake Tahoe. It was a wonderful surprise that it happened to snow on that special day making it a true Winter Wonderland occasion.
The day started with the bride getting ready. The bride wore an Eddy K Brides for a Cause trumpet silhouette dress that fell around her feet in lacey layers. The top of the dress featured thin straps and a v-neck that complemented her figure and framed her face perfectly.
Her hair and makeup was done by Keema Love at Lumiere Hair Studio. Her blonde hair was worn up with strands falling loosely around her face. It was swept back into a long, sheer veil. She carried a bouquet of pink and red roses.
Bethany’s husband was waiting for her when she arrived. He wore a dark blue suit with a light blue shirt underneath. His blue on blue tie featured a vibrant paisley print. He wore a stunning flower on his lapel which gave him a sporty and fun look that worked well with the day’s theme.
The ceremony was to take place on the deck barring blizzard conditions. With a light snow falling, the wedding was saved and not a moment too soon. However, space was limited leaving the bride and groom to get married in the solitude the snowy scene had to offer.
It was important to the couple to make sure the day was about them so the simple, no-fuss theme was perfect. They noted that they would have eloped if it wasn’t so important to have a few key family members around them on this special occasion.
One highlight of the ceremony was the exchanging of the rings. Bethany’s engagement and wedding band set was the product of much shopping around. The couple finally settled on a simple solitaire design that she found unique due to it’s rose-cut and boho style. She appreciated the fact that it was flat so it wouldn’t get stuck on things and get in the way of her active lifestyle.
After the ceremony, the couple took pictures with relatives and sipped some champagne. Then the wedding party made the snowy trip over to the Lone Eagle for the reception. Once there, they enjoyed delicious foods, tender moments, speeches, toasts and plenty of dancing throughout the night.
The reception ended at 9 and from there, the happy couple made their way back to their hotel to start on their life together. We wish them the best in whatever comes next.