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    Tuscan Elegance

    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!

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    Black Tie Burmese Mountain Wedding

    Ever wonder what happens when “sophisticated New York City meets classic Burmese culture with a modern edge?”  Well, thanks to Michelle and Maung, we now know it’s downright magical.  Think vibrant blooms, gorgeous cultural stylings, and a stunning bride and groom who know a thing or two about throwing a perfect party.

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    Snow Kissed Estes Park Love

    Laura and Matt’s winter-loving wedding is best viewed with hot cocoa in hand. December is the season for candlelit weddings, bridesmaids in full-length dresses, elegant snowfall, and twinkling holiday lights.  Their destination wedding is the definition of cozy, and proof that snow-filled nuptials are wildly romantic and that the laughter and love that is ever present in this couple will warm you right to the bone.

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    Autumn Romance

    Heather and Tom’s October wedding was a dreamy combination of fall leaves, aspen trees, rustic elegance, and lovely shades of purple.   

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    DIY Dream Wedding

    If a unique, personalized, and locally supportive DIY wedding sounds up your alley, you will not want to miss a detail of Erin and Bert’s Colorado wedding!