Michaela and Ryan certainly know how to craft an October Estes Park wedding. I’m talking mason jar vases, fab chalkboard signs, aspen leaves, burlap, lace and all kinds of crazy awesome DIYing. They (+ their amazing friends and family) are as talented as they come. And not only do they know how to create a fabulous wedding, they also happen to know how to throw a fantastic party. One with a yummy “Appetizers for Dinner” theme, dancing and cupcakes!
Designed around the idea of a Tuscan vineyard dinner party, Maggie and Eric’s September nuptials managed to bring that perfect sense of Italian charm to Estes Park. Together they created an elegant affair filled with vineyard-themed details like cascading red grapes, a breathtaking grapevine escort card display, stunning white blooms and lovely al fresco photos. Maggie and Eric’s wedding artfully highlighted the things they love most as a couple — family, friends, flowers and wine!
Set against a sunny September forest backdrop, Tara and Jason’s event was the kind of rustic meets romantic wedding that just sings. From the ceremony’s live guitar music to the couple stealing kisses in a sun-kissed meadow in the mountains to the beaming smiles from start to finish, there’s so many reasons to adore this lovefest!
The end of May is beautiful in the mountains of Colorado, and Lindsay and Ben utilized every bit of alpine air they could for this gorgeous spring wedding.
Mike and Jessica showed us a wonderful example of a classic formal wedding in a beautiful rustic setting. We enjoyed their laughter and the way they incorporated their family, both near and far, into their special day.
This March wedding is simply ADORABLE. Jenn and Blaine’s romantic day will surely put a smile on your face!
Sunflower yellow combined with navy blue may be one of the best color combinations ever!