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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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    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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    A Summer Jamboree

    Brynn and Matthew’s beachy boho wedding had all of the festival feels. A taco truck, lawn games, and beverage llamas were just a few of the things that kept guests celebrating outside all night long.

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    A Spring Dream

    A perfect spring day greeted Katie and Agustin for their ceremony and reception. With the sun in the sky, snow on the ground, ivory linens, and blue florals and accents, this celebration was such an elegant take on a spring mountain wedding.  Katie and Agustin took a more relaxed approach to wedding planning, expressing that they didn’t want to fuss over the small details. Creating a grand vision of the day and meticulously planning each minute was not their style or objective.  They simply wanted to enjoy the day with their guests and one another. They allowed the majestic Rocky Mountains to speak for themselves and left the intricacies of their floral designs to the experts at Best Day Florals. Katie and Agustin’s genuine, joyous smiles on their faces is evidence that they succeeded in their mission. Their ceremony was officiated by a close friend, who added some wonderful personal sentiments. They also asked a few married couples to speak during the ceremony with no guidelines of what to say. The result was a beautiful, personalized ceremony that left more than a few tears in the eyes of their guests. Katie and Agustin were looking to add some fun and non-traditional excitement to the reception, starting with lottery ticket party favors. They also were looking to change up the glass-clinking kiss tradition. Instead, Katie and Agustin would strike a spontaneous pose, kiss, and then call for another couple in the crowd to mimic them. It was such a joy to host this wedding and we wish them a fabulous marriage! Sarah Goff

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    Seasons of Love

    Snow is beginning to cover the Della Terra grounds and set the stage for winter weddings. Looking back at photos throughout the year, we’re reminded just how beautiful and unique each season is in the mountains.

  • A Most Colorful Affair

    Fall River Valley was in its autumn prime for Jessica and Dalton’s wedding celebration. Shades of violet and red florals accented this already colorful landscape to create a stunning ceremony site.