The perfect winter wedding bouquet | roses, stock, waxflower and carnation mixed with eucalytpus. Flowers by Natasha Price and photo by Erica Rose Photography

Alaska Weddings – Caitlin + Jason

I don’t have the opportunity to do winter wedding flowers too often. Alaskans make the most of their summer and usually get married from June-August. When bride Caitlin hired me for her January wedding I was thrilled. She wanted all white and greenery.

Caitlin and Jason lucked out – the morning of their wedding it was like a magical snowy fairy land. Anchorage has been severely lacking in snow for the past four winters and this year hasn’t disappointed. We got about 18 inches on their wedding day.

Thanks to Erica Rose Photography for capturing my florals so perfectly!

Caitlin wanted simplicity so I went with white stock, roses, carnations and waxflower mixed with eucalyptus.

The perfect winter wedding bouquet | roses, stock, waxflower and carnation mixed with eucalytpus. Flowers by Natasha Price and photo by Erica Rose Photography
Photo by Erica Rose Photography

Caitlin had me wrap her bouquet in blush silk ribbon. I was overjoyed to finally have the opportunity to use this. It was a dream to wrap and tie! She had me add a little “something blue” at the last minute.

The perfect winter wedding bouquet | roses, stock, waxflower and carnation mixed with eucalytpus. Flowers by Natasha Price and photo by Erica Rose Photography
Photo by Erica Rose Photography
The perfect winter wedding bouquet | roses, stock, waxflower and carnation mixed with eucalytpus. Flowers by Natasha Price and photo by Erica Rose Photography
Photo by Erica Rose Photography

It was the perfect combination when it came to outside shots. Look at that snow globe of a world Caitlin got!

Thanks to Erica Rose Photography for capturing my florals so perfectly!
Photo by Erica Rose Photography
Thanks to Erica Rose Photography for capturing my florals so perfectly!
Photo by Erica Rose Photography

The bridesmaids’ dresses made a lovely contrast to the white all around.

Thanks to Erica Rose Photography for capturing my florals so perfectly!
Photo by Erica Rose Photography

Caitlin was a resourceful bride. She was on somewhat of a budget and since their ceremony was in the same location as the reception she wanted to be able to reuse the aisle arrangements as centerpieces. This is where I got to be creative. I made little wreaths to go around lanterns, which were placed in the aisles. Then they were moved to the tables after the ceremony.

Thanks to Erica Rose Photography for capturing my florals so perfectly!
Photo by Erica Rose Photography
Wreaths made from willow eucalyptus, spray rose and waxflower | designed by Natasha Price and photo by Erica Rose Photography
Photo by Erica Rose Photography

The bride and groom were married in front of a large fireplace, which I adorned with a 10-foot garland of willow eucalyptus, spray rose and waxflower.

A winter wedding mantle garland made with willow eucalyptus, spray rose and waxflower | designed by Natasha Price and photo by Erica Rose Photography
Photo by Erica Rose Photography
A winter wedding mantle garland made with willow eucalyptus, spray rose and waxflower | designed by Natasha Price and photo by Erica Rose Photography
Photo by Erica Rose Photography

And finally, I made the loveliest little boutonniere, but since Jason was being married in military uniform he was unable to wear it.

Perfect winter wedding boutonniere made with eucalyptus, spray rose and waxflower | designed by Natasha Price of alaskaknitnat.com

Congratulations to the happy couple. They couldn’t have gotten a more picturesque winter wedding!

See more photos by Erica Rose Photography here.

Vendors:
Venue: Bayshore Clubhouse
DJ & Coordination: Denali North Events
Hair Stylist: April Johnson
MUA: Kierra Manion
Cake: Midnight Sun Cakery
Catering: Peppercini’s
Video: De Gosh Reed

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One thought on “Alaska Weddings – Caitlin + Jason”

  1. A dazzling “winter wonderland”. Natasha this is truly spectacular. Thank you for sharing this beauty. Congratulations and best wishes for Caitlin and Jason.

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