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!
Details we love:
- The bride was driven into the wedding’s processional in a vintage Rolls Royce. After the ceremony Maggie and Eric were congratulated by their guests with a petal toss send-off followed by their departure in the silver 1939 Rolls Royce convertible.
- Their colors were eggplant and sage, which were complimented by the turning autumn trees of Rocky Mountain National Park.
- What brought the whole day together for the bride were the florals by Palmer. They were incomparably stunning and included enormous white hydrangeas, roses, berries, grapes, eucalyptus, grapevine, moss and curly willow (for a touch of whimsy).
- Their only DIY project was a show-stopper! They found incredible sand-blasted grape vines on the internet and from there they attached clips to set the place cards into. The result was sculptural, elegant and natural – wedding magic!
Thanks so much to Blue Haus Photography for sharing these beautiful images + congrats to Maggie and Eric on a gorgeous celebration!