Real Mountain Weddings
A fall destination wedding in Colorado with a Scottish theme, a deep purple and navy blue color palette, a horse-drawn carriage, a bagpipe band, and a Scottish dance party.
A Sun Valley wedding with a western, natural and rustic old log cabin feel overlooking the mountains. A neutral color scheme with lots of green, light grey and beige that matched the outdoor setting.
Chandeliers, snow, and lots of love. An elegant and simple winter wedding with an adventurous duo in Colorado filled with love and laughter.
An intimate ceremony in the forest with breathtaking views of the New River Gorge in West Virginia with romantic rose gold and soft blush tones.
A Rocky Mountain destination wedding with a mountaintop ceremony at 12,000 feet with awe-inspiring views in Telluride, Colorado. A town with a casual charm and welcoming vibe perfect for destination weddings.
A Rocky Mountain wedding in shades of purple with cake pop place cards, Bundt cake and Bundlets.
After photos in the graveyard and reciting their vows in the form of eulogies, the couple drove off in a vintage hearse with a license plate that read “till death.”
A winter wedding in the snow with a snowboarding bride & groom at Breckenridge Ski Resort.
This fun adventure wedding 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.
An elegant mountain destination wedding in Beaver Creek, Colorado. The ceremony was held in a meadow surrounded by Rocky Mountain views followed by dancing under the stars.
A perfectly blissful wedding day on a Rocky Mountain ranch in Colorado.
A lush floral-filled outdoor wedding in the Rocky Mountains laced with rustic elegance and vintage details.