February 28, 2014
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One look at all the gorgeous florals from this wedding was all it took for us to fall in love. When the bride said the flowers (from Cori Cook) stole the show, we could not agree more. From the bouquets to the centerpieces, Cori weaved a soft muted color palette of coral, cream, peach, yellow, and mint florals throughout the day. We also loved the homemade details the couple (Jenny & Jimmy) created to carry out their “hearts and chevron” theme. For example, they cut out 1,000 paper hearts and glued them on wood sticks then planted in the grass to create the ceremony aisle, love! Add in a gorgeous outdoor location in the mountains and we just knew this wedding belonged in print! Read the entire wedding day story in the Magazine (page 18) HERE, then order yourself a copy of the Magazine HERE!
Jenny & Jimmy’s
Photographer: Kerinsa Marie. Kerinsa is one of the sweetest people I’ve ever met, not to mention so talented. We couldn’t be happier with how the images turned out!
Planning & Design: Piece of Cake Wedding and Events. Lindsay made our wedding come together and we couldn’t have done any of it without her. She was not only our planner, but our day of coordinator and event designer. She made the whole thing happen and we are forever grateful for all that she did!
Flowers: Cori Cook Floral Design. Cori was part visionary for our wedding! She is so incredibly talented, resourceful, and sweet. I fully trusted her vision for us, and it did not disappoint, our flowers stole the show. Cori crafted the most beautiful centerpieces. The flowers and tablescape were so much better than I could’ve imagined.
Venue: V3 Ranch // Caterer: Chipotle // Cake: Sugar // Tent, Linens & Rentals: Colorado Tents and Events // DJ: Elite Entertainment and Production // Invitations & Chalkboards: Paper & Ink // Bride’s Gown: Augusta Jones // Hair: Charmed Beauty // Makeup: The Maquillage
December 04, 2013
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From the bride, Hilary:
We took a trip to Telluride about a year into dating and had such a great time. Telluride is the epitome of us as our motto is “You and me, come what may.”
My Dad had orange and black umbrellas made for our ceremony…just in case. Our ceremony was held at San Sophia Overlook (10,000 feet). I Walked down the aisle to “Somewhere Over the Rainbow”, one of my husband’s favorite songs.
A District Court Judge I clerked for in law school came from Nebraska to marry us.
My advice: Get away and do something for the two of you!
Hilary’s RECOMMENDED VENDORS
Venue & Catering: Telluride Ski Resort. The staff at Telluride Ski Resort did an incredible job, and I would highly recommend this venue to anyone. It was the perfect rustic, with elegance setting. They allowed us to customize the menu, do any and all decorations we wanted, and even accommodated our iPod and song list. Such a cozy place! Holli Owen and Lacey Downing were simply amazing. They were so easy to work and had every last detail taken care of. They stayed at the reception to make sure we had everything we wanted. Awesome!
Photographer: Photography by Julie – wonderful to work with. Great pics! Second shooter: Carrie Johnson
Wedding Gown: D’Anelli Bridal // Hair & Makeup: Shayla Wilkes, YX Salon // Nails & Tanning: Studio G // Cake: The Butcher & Baker Cafe // Rentals: Viking Rentals
Guest Lodging: Hotel Columbia. The staff here bent over backwards for us….there was never a request they could not handle ….from putting my flowers in water when they arrived, to allowing my husband to wash his Ford Bronco in their driveway, to placing gift bags in our guests’ rooms, so simply being wonderful….they did it all!
September 05, 2013
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From the photographer, Alea Lovely Fine Art Photographer:
A little bit of country, a little bit of elegance. We got away from the rustic look and found a more romantic way to fit this wedding. With bright colors and eye catching details, my team and I put together a styled shoot that a bride from any region could get on board with.
The dress by Ivy and Aster was a great complement to the shoot. With laser cut layers and a gorgeously detailed beaded cape, it was a super light and airy gown and also perfectly falls in line with the bridal fashion trending right now.
The invites were watercolor with a modern approach to the RSVP card.
I loved the cake table. The three cakes with ombre details and soft pastels was a new spin on the traditional one cake. Stunning florals accented the unfinished wooden top table and the “bride and groom” mannequins brought a very unique accent to the table.
The reception table was a worn blue table and we used purple napkins to contrast the colors of the florals. Old silverware was placed next to the gold-lined plates for a subtle juxtaposition of classic and antique. There were great food details like the mini open fruit pies, pecan desserts, and a peach signature drink with actual sliced peaches in it.
THE STYLE TEAM
Photographer: Alea Lovely Fine Art Photographer // Invitation Designer: Announce This // Cake Designer: Classic Cakes // Dress Store: Jennifer Behr // Floral Designer: Victorian Gardens