Real Mountain Weddings
Krystle & Ben had planned on having a lush green spring wedding but instead woke up to a winter wonderland.
A gorgeous fall ceremony in a meadow surrounded by golden aspens and mountain peaks in Durango, Colorado.
Stunning Rocky Mountain views, gorgeous florals, and a blissful Colorado couple.
Through their wedding decor, Amy & Kalen shared their love for books with their guests: books as centerpieces, bookmarks as table cards, and a literary love quote cake.
A ceremony surrounded by stunning wildflowers and Rocky Mountain views followed by a fun reception at the Silverthorne Pavilion.
A romantic ceremony with gorgeous Rocky Mountain views in Estes Park followed by an intimate reception filled with metallic hues of copper, silver, and gold with crème flowers and greenery.
Sophisticated elegance inspired by mountain views, ivory, champagne, pink, blush, and gold.
It was written in the stars. This pretty mountain wedding combines Chelsea’s background in astrophysics and all things stars with Wyn’s love for distilling. Details included a constellation themed seating chart and table numbers, custom star chart chargers, and a telescope hour after dinner to view Saturn and the moon.
Natalie and Tyler exchanged their vows at Cedar Lake Campground in a small and cozy amphitheater on Big Bear Lake. Natalie’s parents actually fell in love (working as camp counselors) and got engaged on the property where Natalie and Tyler’s wedding took place.
This vintage wedding featured a blue lace dress, a colorful wildflower bouquet & crown, and a hand binding ceremony by the water.
An elegant mountain wedding with a blush color palette, soft florals, and several handmade touches.
Our wedding was sprinkled with glitter, completely magical & unreal. Like my fairy godmother waved her wand and all my dreams came true!