Here comes a little spring mountain magic from Stephanie and Cort’s wedding. From the gorgeous ceremony to the breathtaking photos in Rocky Mountain National Park, you’re sure to find inspiration!
Starting the day off with good vibes in the salon and theater, Stephanie and her bridesmaids popped some champagne while Cort and the groomsmen shared a few drinks in celebration. Stephanie and her father also shared a touching first look where Stephanie gifted her father a tie with a photo of them sewn into the back.
The ceremony took place under the beautifully decorated pergola, featuring suspended greenery and a little Rocky Mountain sunshine. It was simple, yet stunning. The bridesmaids also wore jumpsuits, adding a unique flair to the bridal party look. Following the ceremony, they made their way to the gazebo to sign the license as their guests lined the path for the petal toss. Their dog (who can be a legal witness in Colorado) even assisted in the marriage license signing!
After the outdoor cocktail hour, guests made their way in to find their seats. Each seat had an acrylic seat marker with the guest’s name and ‘thank you’ message. The room had a timeless and elegant feel, featuring florals from Lace and Lilies with soft pinks, whites, and orange tones. The color scheme fit the delightful spring/summer vibe perfectly with camel linens and ivory accents. The bridal party then entered the room in cowboy hats and sunglasses to pump the crowd up for the grand entrance!
After a delicious dinner from Mountain Crust Catering, guests headed outside for outdoor toasting and the first dance with music performed by a family member, which was a touching and memorable detail to the day. Afterwards, The Get Down DJ’s neon sign was illuminated and the outdoor dance floor was the place to be!
What an absolutely perfect wedding day! Congrats Stephanie and Cort!
P.S. Wondering about those dreamy couples portraits? Nate Shepard took these two to a beautiful spot in Rocky Mountain National Park the day before the wedding, which gave them all the time they needed to dial in the lighting and get these MAGICAL photos!