Rita, a childhood friend from Minnesota, and Charlie, her fiancé, tied the knot in a beautiful and personal mass in Silverthorne, CO, and topped off the day with a fantastic reception at Warren Station in Keystone Village. Personal touches filled the August day and it was a treat to be a part of the celebration! A fantastic team of vendors, including Pink Monkey, Petal & Bean, and Sugar Breck ensured this beautiful day was just as stunning as it was meaningful. Much love to the happy couple!
We were fortunate enough to work Brittany and Justin’s beautiful mountain-top wedding this past weekend. I went to college with Brittany and her effortless style, wonderful personality, and excellent organizational skills made this wedding more fun than work! I couldn’t be happier for Britt, who just happened to meet Justin at another college friend’s wedding 3 years ago. Isn’t wedding love the best kind of love?
Okay, I’ll stop mushing. On to the pretty pictures…
- Ceremony and Reception: The Lodge & Spa at Cordillera (Edwards)
- Desserts: Sugar (Breckenridge) and Cake Bubbles (Lakewood)
- Flowers: Petals of Provence (Eagle)
- Band: Syndicate (Denver)…they majorly rocked!
- Rentals: Alpine Party Rentals (Edwards)
- Photography: Carly Mitchell Photography (Colorado Springs)
Love and happy wishes to Brittany and Justin…I know a lifetime of laughter awaits. Thanks for having us be part of your big day!
Ah, to be a princess…there have been a mulitude of royal weddings in the past several years, each bride wearing custom couture gowns (L to R: Valentino, Elie Saab, Alexander McQueen). Princess Madeleine of Sweden (left) is the most recent and looked simply stunning.
As we drool over these gowns, we see several traditional elements emerge: lace, cinched waists, veils that go on forever, simple white bouquets, covered shoulders, tiaras. Well, maybe tiaras aren’t that traditional, as most brides don’t have royal jewels at their disposal. I love an unconventional and dramatic wedding gown as much as the next girl, but there’s no doubt in my mind that we’ll still be drooling over these traditional beauties in 50 years!