From the moment we met Emily and Larry we knew that their wedding day would be special. Guests came from every corner of the United States, and were wowed by the couple’s wedding details that incorporated mountains and nature throughout every aspect of the day. Their breathtaking floral arrangements, romantic sunset photography, and impeccably executed mountain theme made this July 4th wedding one for the ages!
A beautiful professional soccer player for the Chicago Red Stars and a Men’s College Soccer Coach for Elmhurst – we already love this duo. So add this obviously awesome pair to an amazing Colorado winter backdrop with Glacier details and soft florals and all the little things that make us swoon and, voila. Michelle and Wes’s wedding masterpiece.
Combining romantic mountain style with utter elegance, Chrissy and Dan’s destination dream has given us an insatiable craving for David Austin garden roses. This intimate Estes Park affair is brimming with giddy love and kissed by that perfect Colorado sun. It’s a day graced with fresh ideas, pretty handmade signage, burlap and s’mores; all coming together for one stare-worthy gallery to feast on all day!
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!
Allison and John’s rustic country wedding dazzled us with their handmade additions, aqua colored accents, and horse drawn carriage bride entrance to the ceremony.
There’s nothing quite like a stunning bride, classy candelabras, and a beautiful mountain afternoon. We think you’ll agree that this wedding, wrapped in lace and elegance was stunning.
An outdoor November wedding can be somewhat of a gamble in the mountains of Colorado, but Samantha and Kurt were given perfect cotton candy skies, and crispy autumn weather for the day they said, “I do!”