Taylor and Gunnar Hale’s spring wedding was a dream. Fresh morning snow ornamented the Rocky Mountain pines while clear afternoon skies illuminated the outdoor wedding space.
Their color scheme was a bucolic, yet dignified wintertime classic. Ivory linens and storm blue accents were chosen for the reception with subtle greenery woven though wooden centerpieces and signage. Taylor wore a stunning lacy long-sleeved dress, while bridesmaids dresses matched the storm accents and the groom’s party sported navy suits. Floral arrangements and boutonnieres were crafted by Floral Bliss based out of Denver.
Following the intimate ceremony and petal toss in front of friends and close family, guests headed to the reception hall for an indoor cocktail hour. Utilizing the main bar and reception table setting, cocktail hour flowed seamlessly into dinner and dancing. Guests used the wooden escort chart to find their tables, where each person’s name was styled in molded wood at their seat. In addition to the personalized wooden favors, guests were given goodie bags with treats and masks that commemorated the day.
Groomsmen found joy and purpose in the Polaroid guestbook camera to capture every bit of the night’s shenanigans throughout cocktail hour and dinner. The Hale’s favorite meal is breakfast for dinner, which Jubilations catering executed flawlessly for the gathering.
We’re so glad that such a kind and beautiful couple got to enjoy this beautiful spring weddingscape high up in the Rockies. Thank you and congratulations Taylor and Gunnar!