Featured on Ruffled Blog | Swiss Chalet Wedding Inspiration | Philadelphia Wedding Photographer

It is such an incredible honor to be featured on wedding blogs that provide planning brides with inspiration for their big day.  Today a dream was fully realized when Ruffled Blog chose to publish our Swiss Inspired Styled Shoot!  All of the vendors involved gave their heart and soul to this project.  From my initial meeting with Shannon of Bottle Pop Party Co., I never could have imagined that this would turn into such a stunning shoot!  I feel so lucky to have been able to work with everyone involved.  Enjoy the inspiration!

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Text from the published article:

“Although today’s shoot doesn’t take place in a real-life Swiss chalet, you’d almost never know it by looking at these images. The talented team of Samantha Jay Photography, Bottle Pop Party Co., and Fresh Designs Florist created this styled wedding ripe with ideas inspired by the Alps and bier gardens, with a modern take on some rustic decor. Love!

From the photographer, Samantha Jay Photography: While the historic hills of the Brandywine Valley in Pennsylvania are a far cry from the snow-capped Alps in Germany and Switzerland, the roots of our inhabitants can be found there. Here you’ll also find a converted barn wedding venue whose walnut beams and white washed walls invoke the same feelings of a warm and cozy mountain chalet. The Gables at Chadds Ford was the inspiration for our alpine affair so we filled it with the work of some of our area’s most talented wedding professionals.

Alphorn players filled the air with the melody of their horns while guests would sit upon wooden benches for the ceremony. The ring bearer, in his vintage lederhosen, carried the rose gold rings set upon antique velvet ribbon and stole the show while doing it. The bride, in a long sleeved sheer dress, carried a cascading bouquet of greenery and cozied up with her groom, who was dressed in layers of wool. Hand lettered handmade stationary would guide their guests inside, where tables were set with simple place settings and linen menus. Desserts were varied and sat atop vintage silver platters. A bier garden and s’mores area rounded out our cozy, wintery shoot in the most delicious way.

View all images from this shoot in the gallery 

Wedding Vendors

PHOTOGRAPHY:

SAMANTHA JAY PHOTOGRAPHY

EVENT DESIGN:

BOTTLE POP PARTY CO.

FLORAL DESIGN:

FRESH DESIGNS FLORIST

VENUE:

THE GABLES AT CHADDS FORD

WEDDING DRESS:

RUE DE SEINE

BRIDAL STORE:

LOVELY BRIDE

ENGAGEMENT RING:

TRUMPET & HORN

MAKEUP:

OCCASIONS BY DIANA

GROOM’S ATTIRE:

COMMONWEALTH PROPER

WEDDING CAKE:

NUTMEG AND HONEYBEE

MUSIC:

ALPHORNS OF HUNTERDON

RENTALS:

BARNES HANDCRAFTED FARMHOUSE TABLES

FAVORS:

SWEET WHISTLE

WEDDING INVITATIONS:

DESIGN HOUSE OF MOIRA

VIDEOGRAPHY:

SALTWATER STUDIOS

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