February 14, 2017
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We are loving this pretty in pink styled shoot featuring rose quartz. Rose quartz is considered the “love” stone for the ages. It vibrates of unconditional love, joy, warmth and healing. Its energy is powerful and resonates with heart chakra. It gives a soothing vibration that bestows a peaceful and calming sense. When held in a hand it will enhance the use of positive affirmations.
The bride’s bouquet is a lush and luxurious mix of greens, roses, sweet peas, dahlias, and stock. It was designed to be a natural airy feel.
The bride’s gown has an illusion lace back, sequin and seeded pearl lace straps to a sweetheart bust line. The body of the gown is scattered sequin and seeded pearl lace appliques on shimmery tulle flowing to a kick front skirt with a chapel train.
The reception area is set with a mix of table sizes from rounds to white-washed farm tables. The round tables have a rose gold crush overlay with a silver candelabra with lush floral arrangements.
The chair tie is a golden radiance shimmery tie.
The farm tables have a rose gold crush runner that has deeper pink tones with the rose gold feel. On top of the runner, white washed metal candle lanterns with lush greenery and roses scattered with natural rose quartz stones.
The place setting is a Saturn gold rim charger with savannah cream china and savoy gold flatware. The napkin is a rose quartz pink silk satin with a piece of natural rose quartz.
The cake is painted in a shimmery rose.
The signature drink is a cotton candy martini.
THE STYLE TEAM
Photographer: Silver Sparrow Photography // Event Planner: Wendie Bass // Design and Decor: Highlights Colorado and Candlelight Ambiance // Invitation Designer: Ella Vine & Co // Floral Designer: The Fresh Flower Market // Linens and Coverings: Allwell Rents Co // Bakery: Cupcake Libations // Dress Store: Brilliant Bridal // Beauty: Chloe Paige Beauty // Makeup Artist: Magnifica Bella // Jewelry: Master Jewelers // Tuxedo and Men’s Attire: J. Hilburn Custom Menswear // Venue: Church Ranch Event Center
February 08, 2017
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February 01, 2017
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From the bride, Jaimie: We wanted to really show who we are as a couple with the style of our wedding. CJ grew up on a Simmental cattle ranch in Wellington, CO and has grown up surrounded in the western lifestyle. My grandpa was a melon farmer in Swink. He grew the best cantaloupe and watermelon that I have ever tasted. I grew up as a country kid and even wore my red cowgirl boots with my Little Mermaid dress to Disneyland when I was 5 years old. Our roots never left us, and we wanted it to have the touches of western style.
The ceremony was quick, simple and to the point…10 minutes long. We chose songs that meant a lot to us and described how we felt about one another to walk down the aisle to. My favorite part of the ceremony, by far, was our vows. They were so heartfelt and personal and it just makes my heart sing to remember that moment and that feeling. What a way to start a marriage! Hearing CJ tell me, in front of our family and friends, how he felt about me and us and our life together was something that I will never forget.
Looking back, it truly was the best day of our lives. We laughed, we cried, we danced. God lead us to one another, and it was truly meant to be. We had the best start to our marriage, and I cannot wait to see what is in store for our future. I would not change one thing about our wedding day.
ADVICE: Stay in line with what YOU want, no one else. Everyone will have opinions about your wedding and what you should or shouldn’t do. Don’t listen. I had 11 bridesmaids. ELEVEN. CJ had 4 groomsmen. FOUR. Who cares? It was our wedding and we did what we wanted. We didn’t light a unity candle. So what? You’re supposed to do a garter toss and bouquet toss and cake cutting ceremony. We didn’t. Do things your way to make your day perfect for YOU. No one else.
Photographer: Kimberly Weber Photography // Venue: Brush Canyon Ranch // Floral Designer: Buffy’s Flowers & Gifts