Earthy & Fun in Colorado

Amanda & Aaron | August 6th | Fraser, Colorado

From the bride:
Our wedding was a weekend get-away to the mountains with our closest friends… where we just happen to be getting married. We kept everything simple, earthy, and fun.

The location was absolutely flawless inside and out! We rented a house that was surrounded by breathtaking views of mountains in every direction. We were also lucky enough to have unusually lush fields of wild flowers and plenty of sunshine throughout our entire stay.Instead of a rehearsal dinner, we had a grill-out the night before the wedding. We also invited everyone back the morning after for a big breakfast, with make-your-own omelet and pancake stations. It was so nice to celebrate with everyone for three days, instead of just one!On the morning of the wedding, I was able to sneak off and finally relax with a massage, manicure and pedicure. I am still so thankful I got that much needed quiet time before our ceremony!The girls were barefoot for the wedding… But we didn’t plan on the stone ceremony site heating up in the sun.  All of the girls were squirming around with hot, hot feet! Luckily I landed in a shaded spot.Keeping our guest list small played a big part in keeping our wedding intimate. We got to enjoy time with each of our guests – I can’t imagine having more people there!
  At the end of the night, the sky was flooded with stars! My husband and I sat on a blanket watching shooting stars and admiring the Milky Way.I loved our bonfire and s’mores station we set up for late night entertainment!RECOMMENDED VENDORS
Photographer:  Lindsay JC Lack  //  Venue: Oso’s Overlook  //  Caterer: Biscuits & Berries  //  Cake: Teacup Shop   // Florist:  The Rustic Urn  // Guest lodging:  The Pinnacle Lodge  //   Hair & Makeup:  La Bella Vita

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