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Organic Farm Wedding in Boulder

Kelly & Jason | July 6th | Boulder, Colorado

From the bride: Kelly:
We got married on a working organic vegetable and flower farm, making the location an experience in itself. There were decorated nooks throughout the property, vintage style outdoor sinks, and a giant brick oven. Guests even got to experience the venue’s “fancy” outdoor restrooms…spruced-up port-a-potties, complete with rugs, lamps and flowers! The homemade organic food was, by a unanimous vote, a highlight of the night!

I did a lot of searching on the internet and looked at pictures from farm weddings and dinners.  We picked the venue first, wedding dress second, colors third, and then made everything fit from there.  

Since the venue specializes in wildflowers, we picked colors to match the environment – a range of purples, blues, and greens.

Writing our own ceremony and vows was a special part of our wedding.  We wrote the ceremony and traditional vows together.  Then, the morning of the wedding, we both got up early to write our own personal vows.  Sharing these commitments and personal sentiments will always be my most cherished memory of the wedding.

Our officiant was a close family friend, which made the ceremony uniquely personal and intimate.
Writing our ceremony and vows took the most research.  It took some time to create the structure of our ceremony and include the important elements, but, at the same time, make sure we personally believed in each sentence.  Writing the ceremony was a very personal journey, and it helped us define our relationship and beliefs.It had been drizzling all day and the storm broke just as the ceremony ended.  We finished our vows in the rain and spent much of the night under the tent, sheltered from intermittent rain.  Our guests were amazingly resilient and you would never have known we were surrounded by bad weather.  

We each picked our favorite mini-desserts and only served our favorite Colorado micro-brew beers.

Rather than leaving early with a send off party, we were the last ones to leave (in our Subaru.)  We loved dancing under the tent with the family and friends who stayed late into the night and didn’t mind the pouring rain.

 My Advice: 1) Write your own private vows to share during the ceremony; 2) Search for local small business vendors so your day feels special and intimate; and 3) Ask a personal friend to officiate the ceremony.

Jason’s Advice: 1) Spend the money for live music – we loved the Meniscus band; 2) Don’t sweat things out of your control, like weather; and 3) Take as many pictures as possible before the wedding so you have more time to spend with your friends and family.

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Our RECOMMENDED VENDORS
Photographer: Keeping Composure Photography  // Venue & Caterer: Big Bang Catering/Pastures of Plenty Farm  //  Florist: Evanscraft Design //  Musicians: Meniscus Band  // Cake: Shamane’s Bake Shoppe //  Rentals: All Events Tent and Party Rentals

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Romance at Garden of the Gods Club

Perry & Robby |  October 8th  |  Colorado Springs, Colorado

The towering red rock formations of Garden of the Gods accented by the lightly dusted peaks of the Rocky Mountains created a dramatic landscape for this gorgeous wedding at the Garden of the Gods Club {Rockstar Venue}.  A soft and romantic color palette combined with just the right amount of sparkle added to the romantic air of the day beautifully captured by Steve Stanton Photography

THE VENDOR TEAM
Rockstar Venue:  Garden of the Gods { more info | website }
Photography: Steve Stanton Photography  //  Event Planner: Table 6 Productions  //  Video: 303 Motion

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On the Family Ranch in Montrose

Alyssa & Adam |  July 28th  | Montrose, Colorado

From the photographer, Elle Meredith:
Alyssa & Adam’s family & friends pulled together to make this beautiful, budget-friendly wedding happen the way that Alyssa & Adam had imagined. The atmosphere consisted of cowboys, ranch life, & the western way of living; which, made it friendly & inviting. The personal touches were splendid. The favors were coasters cut from wood on the ranch & given a special branding by the bride, the signs were made by her father, & the ranch’s beautiful horses added a unique touch. Though the clouds were scattered & it rained the whole day around the wedding, we ended with a beautiful rainbow. A perfect ending for a perfect couple.

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