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    Boots Before Loafers

    As daylight dwindles and nights grow cooler, Colorado’s foliage makes its famous final display of spectacular warm and striking colors. This awe-inspiring display was the inspiration for Elizabeth and Edwin’s DIY decor and color scheme for the big day. Elizabeth’s bridesmaids and flower girls wore varying styles of copper and burgundy dresses, colors which can be found in reception details and the bridal bouquet. Edwin looked dapper in his white coat, tie, and finest boots. Inspired by Rocky Mountain National Park next door, Elizabeth and her mother crafted decor that showcased the couple’s appreciation of the great outdoors. Tables were named after their favorite National Parks, the guestbook was a photo of Yosemite Falls in California, and small details showcased beautiful natural scenes and animals. Following a fabulous dinner from Jubilations Catering, these two took to the floor for a round of the popular “Wedding Shoe Game” hosted by Denver DJ and Lighting. Hoisting their favorite boots in the air and earning laughs at their own expense, these two were all smiles. To be frank, there’s not a single photo where these two don’t look proud and happy to be marrying each other, just as it should be. We can’t congratulate these two enough and we’re so happy to have been a part of this special day. Rebecca Milam Photography

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    April Showers Brings May Flowers

    Nina and Austin’s wedding was an upscale spin on a timeless rustic wedding theme. This fairytale wedding was more than just florals and farm tables, so enjoy the details of this meticulously planned wedding by Brindle & Oak.

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    Winter Glamour

    Joie and Michael’s three day event last January was a glamorous and glorious affair. They had three days of Della Terra all to themselves, which certainly made lasting memories for everyone involved!

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    Bluebird Day

    Jessica and Bruce embraced Colorado, the state they now call home, in so many ways for this tight knit celebration. Morning showers, a beautiful ceremony, and an evening sunset through the mountain peaks gave their southeastern friends and family a glimpse into why these two chose Colorado to start their lives together.

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    Long Awaited Love

    Isabella and Will’s intimate wedding shared a common theme from the ceremony through the reception. They wanted to make the day equally fun and exciting for everyone and brought together a stellar cast of vendors (and friends!) to make it happen.

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    Rocky Mountain Rose Garden

    Ivory linens with copper and black accents gave Emma and Eli’s wedding a stylish and luxurious feel. Despite the posh vibes, this couple kept the party fun and family-focused featuring a wood-fired pizza food truck and a little dancing in the rain.

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    A Day to Remember

    Hannah and Joe opted for an indoor ceremony and reception. Hunter green linens and leafy florals accented the reception hall donned in camel table linens.

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    Wedded in the Winter

    Picking a date to get married is one of the first choices you make in the wedding planning process and there’s advantages to every season in the mountains. As we approach the peak snow season in Estes Park, we’re reminded of the many reasons we love winter weddings, so here’s a few.