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Romantic Bohemian Elopement in Boulder

This intimate styled elopement at the base of the Flatirons in Boulder, Colorado was shot on a gorgeous sun-filled day that quickly turned into an epic rainy thunderstorm. Both the bride and groom were drenched after their initial portraits, but the summer storm brought in the most romantic lighting that accentuated this intimate love story.

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The Style Team: Photographer: Emmy Cube Photography // Floral Designer: Fluorescence Flowers // Hair Stylist: Janae Smith Studio // Makeup: Vain Hippie Beauty

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Nature Inspired Styled Shoot

Nature set the stage for this pretty styled shoot incorporating organic elements with gold accents. Nature-inspired Wedding Shoot in Colorado Nature-inspired Wedding Shoot in Colorado Nature-inspired Wedding Shoot in Colorado Nature-inspired Wedding Shoot in Colorado Nature-inspired Wedding Shoot in Colorado Nature-inspired Wedding Shoot in Colorado Nature-inspired Wedding Shoot in Colorado Nature-inspired Wedding Shoot in Colorado Nature-inspired Wedding Shoot in Colorado Nature-inspired Wedding Shoot in Colorado Nature-inspired Wedding Shoot in Colorado Nature-inspired Wedding Shoot in ColoradoTHE STYLE TEAM
Photographer:  Karen Ann Photography  //  Dress Store: Blue Bridal Boutique  //  Caterer: Corvus Coffee  //  Event Planner: Curate Events & Design  //  Equipment Rentals: Hunt and Gather Event Rentals  //  Floral Designer: Ivy Lane Floral  //  Favors and Gifts: Kismet Crafted  //  Jewelry: Sarah O. Jewelry  //  Tuxedo and Mens Attire: Ted’s Clothiers  //  Hair Stylist: The Look Salon

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A Mountain Ceremony in Genesee Park

From the bride, Liz: We have always enjoyed the outdoor spaces that we get to explore here in Colorado. So, when it came time to pick a spot for our ceremony, it was fitting to pick a mountain setting with a backdrop of the continental divide! Our location was about 30 minutes, west of our home in Denver, in the foothills, at Genesee Park. The edge of the park provided the perfect setting for our small group and had all the features we had hoped to find when we first started looking. The majority of our guests were from out-of-state.
Colorado Wedding

PERSONAL TOUCHES
Josh drove his 1966 GMC truck and I hand painted the Just Married banner. It was really special to use my grandmother’s jewelry instead of purchasing something new.

A Mountain Ceremony in Genesee Park

A Mountain Ceremony in Genesee Park

A Mountain Ceremony in Genesee Park

A Mountain Ceremony in Genesee Park

THE CEREMONY
The weather was spot on, the guests were happy, a deer crossed my path as I walked toward Josh. My husband-to-be fumbled the line in the vows about listening, and no joke, an eagle screeched as the officiant read the ceremony! My favorite part was getting to hold each others hand and look each other in the eye while we recited vows.

A Mountain Ceremony in Genesee Park

A Mountain Ceremony in Genesee ParkOur unity painting was also a lot of fun.

A Mountain Ceremony in Genesee Park

A Mountain Ceremony in Genesee Park

A Mountain Ceremony in Genesee ParkTHE FIRST DANCE
Before we entered the reception, the neighborhood ice cream shop began playing music and we had a spontaneous first dance in front 50+ strangers.

A Mountain Ceremony in Genesee Park

THE CAKE
Our cake was left in the walk-in cooler a little too long, so Josh and I had to cut through a very cold cake with a very warm knife which ended up being very entertaining for us.

A Mountain Ceremony in Genesee Park

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Photographer: Taylor Jones Photography  //  Ceremony Site: Genesee Park   //  Reception Site: Linger //  Cake: Mulberries Cake Shop

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