This wedding is going to knock your socks off!

Max and Lucie's stylish wedding was held at The Arosa Hotel, in the mountains of Kitzbuhel, Austria. Their wedding was full of colour, love, laughter, snow, priceless moments and raucous partying, all captured perfectly by David Pullum. This is wedding photography as you've never seen it before. A fellow photographer described David's work like this: ‘every photo is a work of art' and I couldn't agree more!

Here's what David said about Max and Lucie's wedding:

The wedding at the Arosa was really magical, it was a beautiful day, the sun shining and the mountain air really made for a great wedding. After the reception drinks we all boarded a coach to go up the mountain to the Toni Alm ski hut where the reception was to be held. The only way of getting to Toni Alm was by Skidoo, and I was to ride up front in the lead skidoo with Max and Lucie. To say it was scary was an understatement, I was hanging off of this thing trying to take pictures whilst it raced up the mountain, hilarious to watch I imagine, terrifying to be on. The party went on until 4.00am, the dancing and partying was something else, I even participated myself…

{The photo below is breath-taking, Lucie looks so beautifully intense.}

{Lucie and her maids are a vision in white. How much do you love Lucie's bouffant?!}

{The chic red, white and black theme is stunning & Lucie's hanging rose bouquet is so unique!}

{The look of love…what a gorgeous couple they make!}

{The bride and groom work their winter accessories to perfection: Max in his fur trapper hat and Lucie in her exquisite white, hooded cape.}

{Legendary wedding transport via skidoo!}

See the rest of this amazing wedding tomorrow!

Thank you so much to Max and Lucie and David for sharing these beautiful photos.

To find out more about David Pullum and see more of his photography visit his website and/or his blog.

David also took part in a Glimpse Behind the Lens on Bridal Musings a few weeks ago and shared his favourite ever images as well as the inspiration behind his work. Check out the post here.