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Intimate Elegance at Gateway Canyons

Amanda & John | September 17th |  {Rockstar Venue} Gateway Canyons

From the bride, Amanda:
We chose Gateways Canyons  for the spectacular backdrop of the red rocks and canyons, the intimate setting, fabulous accommodations for all our guests and plenty of activities for everyone: horse back riding, rafting, hiking, guided ATV, air tours, spa, pool, hot tub and the famous auto museum.

Read the entire story in the E-Mag on page 14.

Photography by Photo Divine

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Magic at Garden of the Gods Club

Emily & Eric |  November 3rd  |  {Rockstar Venue}  Garden of the Gods Club

A perfect Colorado blue-sky day combined with a stunning Rocky Mountain backdrop at the Garden of the Gods Club created this magical Colorado celebration.

From the photographer, Trystan Photography:
Many people think Colorado is like Canada, or Alaska, heck… even the Midwest: bitter cold and covered in snow in the winter. But they would be mistaken, because while most of Colorado’s High Country is covered in snow, the rest of the state is not, and I think it would be a stretch to call it “bitter cold”. Many days, even up at the ski resorts, a visitor to Colorado might find 50-60 degree days and a whole ton of sunshine (over 300 days a year of sunny skies).

Emily and Eric’s wedding was no exception: while many parts of the country could have been called “cold”, this day at The Garden of the Gods Club was anything but. Warm temperatures, and crystal clear air made the views from the back lawn of The Garden of the Gods Club to… die… for! I love photographing weddings here as it is truly one of the prettiest places on Earth.


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Fun in the Mountains at Winter Park Resort

Annie & Brennan |  July 14th  | Winter Park, Colorado

From the bride, Annie:
Our wedding day was so much fun. We had some of our favorite people in the whole world surrounding us. We would love to do it all again because we had such a great time!
I wore my grandma’s garter (that had blue in it) and a pearl bracelet that my dad had given me.I love feminine things (Anthropologie is my favorite store in the whole world) so not many were surprised that I went with a lace dress. I wore pink shoes under my dress to match my bridesmaids!The ceremony was so beautiful and meaningful. I wasn’t looking forward to walking down the aisle at all; I don’t like having attention on me, but by the time it happened I surprisingly didn’t even care. I was just so excited! The weather held up during most of the ceremony and then all of a sudden you could hear the thunder and it started to rain! My matron of honor held umbrellas over us as we giggled, trying to do our unity candle. Needless to say, the ceremony was cut a little short.

We all changed into our colorful flip flops following the ceremony.

The reception was a blast and the food was AMAZING! All the speeches were so touching and meaningful.After dinner the dancing was SO FUN! Everyone was out there having a blast. We were afraid the deck would break. Even the wait staff was having a ball and commented on how fun the wedding was. That was the best part…everyone there, no matter their age had a blast. I never thought I would enjoy my own wedding so much!

My only regret is I got so busy I didn’t get to eat any cake!!!! I am a huge dessert person, so this was a major sin for me.

{Rockstar} Venue: The Lodge at Sunspot, Winter Park Resort 

Event Planner & Florist: Rami Carter, Pick Me! Floral & Event Design.  Rami was amazing!

Photographer: David Lynn Photography  //   DJ:  Elite DJ  //  Cake: Teacup Bakery  // Dress: Robert Bullock

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