The Great Legaspis

Layne and Francis celebrated a gorgeous winter wedding, which featured hunter green and ivory linens with gold accents. 

Layne and Francis called on Estes Park Trolleys to arrive safely and in style for the wedding day. After a morning of pampering herself and her bridesmaids in silk robes, Layne put on her beautiful long sleeved wedding dress for first look photos. Meanwhile, her bridesmaids tied together the wedding theme with emerald velvet dresses that were perfect for the chilly January weather. Flatland Photography found a snowy spot on property with a view of Deer Mountain for the couple’s first look photo session.

As guests arrived on the trolleys, they were welcomed with sunny skies for the outdoor ceremony. Ceremony site decor was kept simple to highlight the rustic mountain feel of the pergola and stone seating. The ceremony was wonderfully symbolic, featuring a lasso and candle unity ceremony.

After the petal toss, guests made their way to the reception hall for hors d’oeuvres and signature cocktails. Layne and Francis named each cocktail after their dogs Sophie and Penny. 

Hunter and ivory is a wintertime classic, which was an ideal choice for Layne and Francis’s January wedding reception. The gorgeous welcome sign and gold accents around the room was a regal look. Calla Lane Florals designed florals and wove greenery throughout the long banquet tables, delightfully elevating the room.

Serendipity Catering helped create a menu that was located at each place setting and served a delicious meal. As soon as Layne and Francis cut their three-tiered cake, the dance floor was abuzz with laughter and a little Electric Slide.

Layne and Francis, congratulations! What a wonderful day. We’re so glad to have shared it with you!

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