Featured on Mountainside Bride, this Tuscany inspired wedding has stunning views of Lake Dillon and the Ten Mile Range. The design blended, perfectly, Megan and Zach's love for Italy, traveling, and the Rocky Mountains. Coming all the way from Milan to marry is certainly saying something about the beauty and majesty of the Colorado Rockies! This travel-themed wedding included rustic details, vibrant colors and an charming postcard guest book.
This chic pool party elopement featured on Bespoke Bride includes retro vibes, food trucks, a spunky bride in her grandmother's cream wedding dress and the most adorable vintage Ford all captured at the trendy Valley Ho Hotel in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Set atop a hill in a secluded neighborhood, Cordillera is a perfect location for an intimate family oriented wedding. Guests can hike, golf, ski or just relax before and after your big day. Perfect for Jacy and Brent’s families, they selected the fall which is by far the best season in the mountains. Adorned with rich organic florals and gold woodland accents, this wedding featured on Borrowed and Blue (now Zola) was the essence of mountain elegance.
60 is the new 50 and this sophisticated mountain birthday party proves it in spades. Taking place at a private residence in Breckenridge, this intimate gathering was intricately planned for a modern stylish woman. Favorite features of the day included a Tuscan style food and wine pairing and live jazz music. The surprise was pulled off without a hitch! I love the look on Jeanann's face when she arrives to her closest friends and family. Tears of joy!
This super cool, Kool, wedding adorned the pages of Style Me Pretty and may be one of my all time favorites! Kaitlin and Jon wanted a wedding full of joy, whimsy and plenty of "kool" moments. It was a day that had FUN written all over it - custom make adult Kool-Aid stand included.
Landlocked Bride showcased this delightfully charming wedding that we planned and executed in 6 short weeks while the couple was also renovating their home, where the wedding was being held. Backyard weddings are wonderful and we love planning in the unique spaces they create. The Chinese sky lantern release at the end of the night was spectacular!
Dream Big, Explore More was the inspiration for Aspen's native Colorado 1st birthday party. A local artist designed her a custom tipi tent, adorable wood animal ornaments and we embellished the Edwards House with sparkly pink decor and modern fresh floral for this luxury little luncheon. COUTUREcolorado published this stylish woodland party in their lifestyle section.
Have you ever seen a cowboy boot branding ceremony? Well, this Colorado dude ranch wedding, at C Lazy U, has that plus a whole lot of western spirit. Presented on the pages of the Rustic Wedding Chic blog, we hope you like the red plaid table linens, custom aisle runner, wood benches and incredible mountains views.
This collaborative photo shoot, on Luxe Mountain Weddings, started around the concept of an upscale Latin flavored reception in the mountains. What it evolved into was really an intimate, spiritual shoot centered on the theme of community. A wedding where every attendee was part of the couple’s tribe; their community of supporters. We used rich fall colors, lots of warm candlelight and kept the Latin flavor with the bride's dress and veil style, the tile place cards and of course churros for dessert.
Set on a downtown Denver rooftop over the 4th of July weekend, Aubrey & Leif's wedding had a lovely mix of current trends and sweet family character. How often does a wedding have a ring bearer dressed as a Knight, ice cream sandwiches before the ceremony and perfectly curated cocktails set to the sounds of a swanky nightclub? Not often so check it out on Budget Savvy Bride.
DIY Weddings Magazine spotlighted Liz and Ethan's harvest barn féte. Being a very artistic family, they hand-crafted so many of the design details from the rustic window signs to the dream catcher guest favors. It was awesome. But my favorite part was their genuine love for each other and their families.
Summertime and the living's easy....If you took that idea and designed a wedding around it, it would look a lot like Cassondra and Jon's day. Organic, authentic and simple. Some of my favorite parts of the day were the yard games, children laughing and playing, grandparents dancing and the super yummy cupcakes!
Awaiting publication date on Summit & Vail Mountain Weddings.
Based on the stunning photo, taken by adventure photographer Nathan Welton, can you imagine how much fun this wedding was? The link will show you a sneak peek from the photographer's own blog. And, by the way, her blush dress was absolutely to die for.