A Mountain Destination Wedding in Telluride

From the Magazine: Anne & Derek

Derek and I both live and work a considerable distance from many of our friends and family and extended relatives. We were concerned with “playing favorites” and decided to go with a neutral location that was secluded enough to be considered a real vacation. Telluride was the perfect mix of an exciting adventure and relaxing destination vacation in a place that is truly a piece of heaven on earth…

 

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The Wedding Team

Photographer: Illuminarts | Event Planner: by Sutton | Flowers: 3 Leaf Floral | Ceremony Site: San Sophia Overlook | Reception Site & Caterer: The Peaks Resort and Spa | Cake: The Golden Crumb | Wedding Gown Designer: Pronovias Barcelona | Groom’s Attire: Calvin Klein | Hair & Makeup: Leilani Drum Makeup Artistry

 

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An Elegant Wedding in the Foothills of Colorado

From the Magazine: Annie & Eric |  June 16th

From the bride: We tried to make the day about us, and wanted to make the day as fun as possible for our guests. I love purple, so everything had a lavender touch to it that we complimented with whites and blush. Continue reading below:

 

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The Wedding Team

Photographer: Frances Photography  |  Event Planner & Designer: Laurel & Rose  |  Floral Designer: The Perfect Petal  |  Cake: Nothing Bundt Cake  |  Cake Pop Favors: Honeycombe Denver  |  Band: Syndicate  |  Invitations: The Stationery Company  |  Linens: Event Rents  |  Videographer: LockerPartners  |  Venue & Caterer: The Sanctuary Golf Course  |  Wedding Gown: Watters from Anna Bé  |  Bridesmaid Dresses: Bella Bridesmaids  |  Groom’s Attire: Jos. A. Bank  |  Hair Stylist: Erin Ferris  |  Makeup Artist: Alchemy Face Bar

 


 

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An Adventure Wedding in Colorado Springs

From the Magazine: Andrea & Jeff  |  July 1st

Tina Joiner Photography captured this fun wedding day that began with an early morning ceremony at Garden of the Gods, followed by a train ride up to Pikes Peak, and a reception in an elementary school turned brewery.  Read the couple’s story below:

 

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The Wedding Team

Photographer: Tina Joiner Photography {portfolio}
Ceremony Site: Garden of the Gods
Reception Site: Ivywild School
Cake: Little London Cake Shoppe

 


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An Elegant Mountain Wedding in Beaver Creek

Sarah & Shane  |  August 27th

From the bride: Growing up in Colorado, my dream was always to get married in the mountains. We love to spend time in the mountains year-round, with Vail and Beaver Creek being our favorite mountain towns. I wanted a classic, elegant wedding with a mountain feel. I love flowers so, we incorporated flowers into every aspect of the day. Our color palette was a mix of coral and light pink with lots of greenery to contrast with the beautiful mountain views. We also included gold accents throughout the ceremony and reception. Read more below…

 


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The Wedding Team

Photographer: Frances Photography
Event Design & Planner: Colorado Wedding Company
Floral Design & Linens: The Perfect Petal
Musicians: Moments Notice Entertainment
Venue & Caterer: Beano’s Cabin
Tent Rental: Alpine Party Rentals
Cake: Sugar Breck
Invitations: The Paper Guppy
Tent lighting: Lighting and Design by Scott
Wedding Gown Designer: Edgardo Bonilla
Bridesmaid Dresses: Bella Bridesmaid
Hair & Makeup: Allegria Spa, Park Hyatt Beaver Creek
Men’s Wear: Men’s Warehouse


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A Magical Colorado Ranch Wedding

Kate & Justin  | June 11th

From the bride: We met in 6th grade and started dating our senior year in high school. Justin proposed on Christmas Eve, in the presence of both of their families. Our families are incredibly important to both of us, and we wanted them with us during this really special moment. We knew we wanted to be married outside in a mountain setting with a rustic elegance style with classic details. We chose a color palette of blush pink, navy blue, ivory and white.

 

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THE GUEST BOOK

We wanted to do something special and personal for our guest book. My mom and I picked out fabric squares and put together a combination of patterns. We grabbed a fabric safe pen and asked our guests to sign on the squares. We are making a quilt out of the signed squares so we can always feel wrapped up in love and support of our favorite people looking back on our wedding day.

 


THE WEDDING TEAM

Photographer: David Lynn Photography
Event Planner & Design: JA Special Events
Floral Designer: Statice Floral
Rentals: Lights from Elite
Officiant: Rocky Mountain Celebrations
Musicians: The Sandra Wong Musicians
DJ: Standing Room Only
Venue, Caterer & Cake: Devil’s Thumb Ranch
Videographer: Larisa Graham Films
Wedding Gown & Bridesmaid Dresses: Monique Lhuillier from Anna Be
Groom’s Attire: Al’s Formal Wear

 


 

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A Lush Secret Garden Wedding in Colorado

From the Magazine: Ashley & Nathan

This lush floral-filled outdoor wedding in the Rocky Mountains combines rustic and vintage details laced with mountain elegance. Read the wedding day story below:

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The Wedding Team

Photographer: Elevate Photography
Event Planner: The Soiree Studio
Event & Floral Design: Design Works
Linens: La Tavola
Rentals: Colorado Tents and Events
Cake: Megan Joy Cakes
Wedding Gown Designer: Pnina Tornai
Bride’s Hair & Makeup: Ilda Plaka
Venue: Cordillera


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A Snowy Spring Wedding in Colorado

From the Magazine: Krystle & Ben

From the bride: We had planned for a green spring May 1st wedding. Originally, it was supposed to rain all weekend, so I came to terms with it and bought 50 umbrellas for our guests and was going to try to make the most of it. Those umbrellas were later returned after the rain changed to snow, which was a very unexpected but great turn of events.
Continue reading below….

 

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The Wedding Team

Photographer: Chris McLaughlin Photography
Event & Floral Design: A Design Resource
Cakes: The Bundt Shoppe
Venue: The Manor House

Wedding Gown Designer: Mori Lee  |   Hair: Harrahs  |  Makeup: Krystal Washington  |  Groom’s Attire: Ted’s Clothiers

 


 

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A Stunning Autumn Mountain Wedding in Durango

Jenne Anne & Robert  /  October 1st  /  Durango, Colorado

From the bride:  It was important to us that the wedding reflected our adventurous laid back spirits. We tried to implement our favorite things and places in Durango as well as: the outdoors, our pups, local beer, and good food.  The day before the wedding we incorporated the hot springs, mountain biking, a SKA brew tour, and dinner at Steamworks. On Sunday, we had everyone join us for breakfast and bacon bloody mary’s. After, we rode crusier bikes along the river trail.

Our ceremony was located in one of our favorite meadows in the mountains. The fall colors were at their peak and most of the leaves fell from the aspens the next day. My husband crafted our incredible arbor and built it earlier that afternoon. We had a short intimate ceremony with our closest friends and family. Our pups (kids) were right beside us wearing floral collars so they didn’t feel left out. We chose to have our unity ceremony with two copper custom engraved mugs and a matte grey growler filled with our favorite craft beer.

Our reception was short and sweet. We ate and did our first dance, which was pretty magical, then we headed downtown. We were out on the town the whole evening in our wedding attire. I laughed and giggled the entire night!

 

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The Wedding Team

Photographer: Salt & Pine  |  Event & Floral Designer: Lilia Floral Design |  Flowers: Linnaea Farm Design and Passion Flower Farm  |  Reception Site & Caterer: James Ranch  |  Linens & Rentals: Heirlooms  |  Wedding Gown Designer: Martina Liana  |  Bridesmaid Dresses: Adrianna Papell |  Men’s Wear: Men’s Wearhouse

Reprint from Durango Weddings Magazine

 


 


 

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