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An Intimate Wedding in Nederland

From the groom, Nick: We planned our wedding within a matter of a few months. We wanted something very simple, yet beautiful and special.  We did our best to incorporate all of the important touches with the time we had.
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The ceremony was short and sweet. We exchanged vows overlooking the Rocky Mountains.

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After the ceremony, we drove down to Barker Reservoir for some romantic photos by the water. The lighting was amazing and a perfect match to Sara’s beautiful dress.

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Our reception dinner was about being with the people we love and sharing these special moments. Our families had never officially met so that was probably one of the most important parts for us.

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Our cake was a left-hand milk stout cake (stacked) with mountains and trees. We picked the pine cones/greenery to top the cake.

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Memorable Moment: A little fox wandered onto the deck to join us about 11pm. I will never forget that. We named him Reginald and declared him the featured guest.

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RECOMMENDED VENDORS: Photographer: Rayna McGinnis Photography  //  Cake: Piece, Love and Chocolate   //  Officiant: Reverend Kim Tavendale  //  Venue:  Airbnb rental

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A Winter Destination Wedding in Breckenridge

From the bride, Shannon:
We live in New Orleans but all of our family/friends are back in Wisconsin & Minnesota so we decided a smaller destination wedding was our best option. We love the mountains and knew we wanted a snowy winter wedding. We love to ski/snowboard but wanted a location that had a variety of activities for our friends/family that don’t ski.

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My favorite memory was walking down the aisle to Donny.

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We had garland and candles over the mantel in the foyer.

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For our wedding favors, my sister and I hand dipped pinecones in wax to create pinecone fire starters.

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Instead of having a guestbook, we had our friends/family sign some vintage snow skis.

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My favorite decorations were the gold picture frames with love quotes on each table because Donny and I picked the quotes out together.

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Looking back, I was a nervous wreck leading up to it the wedding and I wish I would have just relaxed cause everything turned out great and we had the most amazing wedding day, but nothing compares to being married to your soulmate.

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RECOMMENDED VENDORS:  Photographer: Danna Frost Photography  //  Floral Designer: Petal and Bean  //  Venue, Caterer & Lodging: The Lodge at Breckenridge //  Wedding Gown Designer: Maggie Sottero // Men’s Wear: JCPenny’s // Hair & Makeup:  Mink Salon  //  Invitations: Minted.com // Love quote prints: SongbirdPaperie

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An Intimate Destination Wedding in Winter Park

Aliesha and John love visiting Colorado so much that they decided to get married in Colorado.  They planned a small, intimate wedding that also served as a mini-vacation for their guests.  The  ceremony took place at 10,700 feet overlooking the Continental Divide followed by a mountaintop reception at the The Lodge at Sunspot.  Bella Calla designed all the pretty florals and decor while Dylan Burr perfectly photographed the celebration.An Intimate Destination Wedding in Winter Park An Intimate Destination Wedding in Winter Park An Intimate Destination Wedding in Winter Park An Intimate Destination Wedding in Winter Park An Intimate Destination Wedding in Winter Park An Intimate Destination Wedding in Winter Park An Intimate Destination Wedding in Winter Park An Intimate Destination Wedding in Winter Park An Intimate Destination Wedding in Winter Park An Intimate Destination Wedding in Winter Park An Intimate Destination Wedding in Winter Park An Intimate Destination Wedding in Winter Park An Intimate Destination Wedding in Winter Park

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