The Seven’s Wedding

Amber and Brian had their wedding in beautiful Breckenridge at Peak Seven. Even though it rained a little they did not let it ruin their day.

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Their was very personalized ceremony with cute touches throughout.

During the ceremony they had a very touching tree planting ceremony, where they brought dirt from both of their homes and poured it into the aspen tree’s planting bag. Later that weekend they planted it in the forest.

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Here are the gorgeous fan programs the bride made:

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The bride also made petal cones to hang on the side of the chairs. As the bride and groom exited, their guests tossed the petals.

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It started pouring cats and dogs right before the ceremony, but luckily Sevens has a great back up area. We moved the ceremony underneath this awning. It was a little tight but everyone went with the flow and the ceremony turned out just perfect. They still had their ceremony outside in the mountains, just like they wanted.

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A Breckenridge Wedding at Sevens

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After the ceremony the rain subsided enough for Amber and Brian to take some spectacular picture thanks to their photographer.  Here are some of our favorites:

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Amber went with a rustic mountain look for the reception. Here are some of the fantastic details:

Venue: Seven’s at Breckenridge Resort

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Cake: The cake table reflected the rustic, elegant look with burlap and paper flower details.

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Escorts Cards: They were set in a cute vintage tray with moss.

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Wishing Tree: They had a cute wishing tree, where guests wrote their wishes to them and then hung them on the tree.

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Centerpieces: The bride made paper flowers and mixed them with real roses. The paper flowers were made from Shakespeare love stories. She also wrapped the jars with Shakespeare love stories. We put them on the burlap table runners, with a lantern in the middle. Then the table numbers were made from moss.

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Menu: The menu was made from a vintage window frame.

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Favors:

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And the night is not complete with out a group shot!

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It takes a great team to create a fabulous wedding. Here was ours:

Wedding Planner:Something Blue Colorado

Venue and Catering:Seven’s at Breckenridge

Flowers:Petal and Bean

Cake:Reil Mountain Confections

DJ:DJ Maestro

Photographer:By Eclectic Images Photography

Videographer:Locker Partners

Ceremony Music:Front Range Stings

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Congrats to Amber and Brian!

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Featured in The Knot!

Check out one of our favorite weddings in The Knot Colorado, in the issue of Spring/Summer 2013.

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A Ten Mile Station Wedding

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A Ten Mile Station Wedding


We want to give a big thanks again to all the wonderful venders who helped us create such a magically wedding for Koryeah and Pete.

And a big shout out to Koryeah and Pete who were such a fabulous couple and again we want to wish them all the happiness in the world!

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Happy Thanksgiving!

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Here is what Thanksgiving looks like at our mountain house in Keystone. We will be spending it with family and friends.

I set the table and it looks gorgeous. It always helps to have a cute centerpiece and table runner in the middle to add a punch of color to your Thanksgiving table.

Happy Thanksgiving everyone!

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Devil’s Thumb Ranch Wedding

Erin and Mario had a romantic rustic ranch wedding in Colorado at Devil’s Thumb Ranch.

Photo by Charles Uniatowski

It rained on and off but they did not let it ruin their day.

Photo by Charles Uniatowski

Photo by Charles Uniatowski

Here are some of our favorite pictures from their wedding:

Photo by Charles Uniatowski

Photo by Charles Uniatowski

Photo by Charles Uniatowski

Photo by Charles Uniatowski

Photo by Charles Uniatowski

Photo by Charles Uniatowski

Photo by Charles Uniatowski

Photo by Charles Uniatowski

They had a fabulous rustic wedding with personal touches all throughout. Here are some of our favorites:

Escort Cards:

We hung their escort cards alongside pictures of the two of them.

Photo by Charles Uniatowski

Candy Buffet:

We helped them design their candy buffet, going with a rustic farmers market feel.

Photo by Charles Uniatowski

Bride’s Bouquet:

The bouquet was full of color with bright yellows and reds.

Photo by Charles Uniatowski

Centerpiece:

They went with three smaller vases full of the same colorful flowers as her bouquet, then added rustic table signs and candles.

Photo by Charles Uniatowski

Reception:

We hung paper lanterns in their reception area and it really made the place pop.

Photo by Charles Uniatowski

Cake:

Their cake was really cute with colorful gum paste  flowers and their goldfish pets as a cake topper.

Photo by Charles Uniatowski

Slide Show:

The Maid of Honor gave a sweet toast with a slide show she made.

Photo by Charles Uniatowski

Mountain Biking:

Yes, that is the groom mountain biking! The photographer, the best man and the groom went out mountain biking during the wedding.

Photo by Charles Uniatowski

 

Photo by Charles Uniatowski

Send off:

They had a sparkler send off.

Photo by Charles Uniatowski

Photo by Charles Uniatowski

It takes a team to create a wonderful wedding and here are the great vendors that helped Erin and Mario on their wedding day:

Vendors:

Wedding Planner: Something Blue Colorado

Candy Buffet: Something Blue Colorado http://somethingbluecolorado.com/something-sweet-rentals/

Venue and Catering: Devil’s Thumb Ranch http://www.devilsthumbranch.com/

Music: Complete Music http://www.cmdenverdj.com/

Bakery: Sugar Breck http://sugarbreck.com/

Hair: Twig Salon http://www.twighairsalon.com

Photo by Charles Uniatowski

We wish Erin and Mario a wonderful married life!

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A Breckenridge Wedding

Jennifer and Glen hired Something Blue Colorado as their wedding planner because they were in the middle of a move to India.

They chose to get married in Breckenridge because that is was the first place they met and knew then that they were meant for each other.

Photo by Diana Sabreen Photography

They had a small intimate wedding at The Lodge and Spa in Breckenridge, which is known for its spectacular views. Here are some of my favorites:

Photo by Diana Sabreen Photography

Photo by Diana Sabreen Photography

Their wedding was on the deck of the Lodge and Spa in Breckenridge. Their reception was right next door at the Top of the World Restaurant, which lives up to its name.

Photo by Diana Sabreen Photography

On the ceremony deck we hung mini white lanterns. They looked spectacular and helped add a romantic feeling to the deck.

Photo by Diana Sabreen Photography

The Groom and the Groomsmen went with a light summer look to keep cool with their summer wedding. They were also big English goofballs and were having a great time as evident in this picture.

Photo by Diana Sabreen Photography

Since their the Lodge and Spa was a pet friendly hotel they were able to bring their dog to join in the wedding as the flower girl for the ceremony. Lucky the Bride seemed not to care to much about the dog hair!

Photo by Diana Sabreen Photography

Photo by Diana Sabreen Photography

Their colors were green, white and black. We wanted to bring the outside inside. We did that by having the grass center pieces, with Gerber Daisies coming out of the middle. The napkins had wildflowers tucked in to them. Their favors and escort cards were black vintage frames with pictures of their guests.

Photo by Diana Sabreen Photography

 

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Their cake continued the theme with grass sounding it and a very modern, clean look with Gerber daisies decorating it.

Photo by Diana Sabreen Photography

The Bride was super easy going and fun. She even had the photographer join her and her helpers in the bathroom!

Photo by Diana Sabreen Photography

The food was delicious. They wanted to bring in as much local Colorado grown food and drinks as possible to make sure every guest had a taste of Colorado. The beer they served was from a famous local brewery called Dillon Dam Brewery, who also did the catering. Their yummy menu:

Colorado Spinach Salad with Strawberries and Balsamic Vinaigrette

Colorado Shoulder Tenderloin with Peppercorn Demi Glace

Rocky Mountain Ruby Red Trout with Lemon Buerre Blanc

Colorado Snap Peas

Oven Roasted Colorado New Potatoes

 

The best man’s toast was musical and he played a very English brew pub song that got everyone laughing and crying.

Photo by Diana Sabreen Photography

Everyone had fun dancing the night away!

Photo by Diana Sabreen Photography

Vendors

Wedding Planner: Something Blue Colorado

Photographer: Diana Sabreen Photography http://www.dianasabreen.com/

Venue: The Lodge and Spa at Breckenridge http://www.thelodgeandspaatbreck.com/

Officiant: Josh Ratzlaff at www.coloradoweddingofficiant.webs.com

Ceremony Music: Masterful Musicians www.coloradoweddingofficiant.webs.com

Florist: Parker Blooms http://www.parkerblooms.com/

DJ: Tiff’s Riff http://www.tiffsriffsdj.com/tiffsriffsdj/Home.html

Catering: Dillon Dam Brewery http://www.dambrewery.com/groups_and_catering.htm

Bakery: Indulge Bakery at http://www.indulgebakery.com

Rentals: Allwell Rents http://allwellrents.com

Photo by Diana Sabreen Photography

Congrats Jenn and Glen on your new home in India!

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A Ten Mile Station Wedding

Koryeah and Pete hired Something Blue Colorado to be their wedding planner in Breckenridge, CO. After looking at the different venues in Summit County, CO they decided to go with Breckenridge Ten Mile Station because of the gorgeous views and rustic charm.

Photo by Brinton Studios

When I arrived on wedding day at the house that they rented, I found a house full of exited bridesmaids getting ready for the wedding. Koryeah was also really excited about the big day.

Breckenridge Wedding

Photo by Brinton Studios

Breckenridge Wedding

Photo by Brinton Studios

Breckenridge Wedding

Photo by Brinton Studios

The ceremony was unique and incorporated Native American traditions. Celebrant played the flute as the bride walked down the isle and the guests were enchanted by the moment that it created.

Breckenridge Wedding

Photo by Brinton Studios

There was a period of time where we were getting a little worried about the weather as the clouds starting to roll in. Thankfully the weather held out creating dramatic pictures and a special day for all to remember.

 

Breckenridge Wedding

Photo by Brinton Studios

Breckenridge Wedding

Photo by Brinton Studios

Breckenridge Wedding

Photo by Brinton Studios

 

Breckenridge Wedding

Photo by Brinton Studios

After the ceremony Koryeah and Pete spent time alone with their photographers and had some amazing classic Breckenridge shots. Here are some of my favorite:

Breckenridge Wedding

Photo by Brinton Studios

Breckenridge Wedding

Photo by Brinton Studios

Breckenridge Wedding

Photo by Brinton Studios

Breckenridge Wedding

Photo by Brinton Studios

Breckenridge Wedding

Photo by Brinton Studios

Koryeah and Pete chose to focus on Music and Mountains as their two themes for their wedding. Koryeah loves color so we added punches of bright color throughout her wedding.

Below are some of our favorite personal touches we added to the reception area.

Candy Buffet: We went with a multi color theme with the candy, which gave Koryeah lots of color. She rented the candy buffet jars and glassware from Something Blue Colorado. The guests loved the candy buffet, every guest walked out of the wedding with a bag full of their favorite candy.

Candy Buffet

Photo by Brinton Studios

Candy Buffet

Photo by Brinton Studios

Candy Buffet

Photo by Brinton Studios

Escort Card: Following the music theme, Scribbles made ticket inspired escort cards. Then we put them in aspen logs surrounded by moss.

Breckenridge Wedding

Photo by Brinton Studios

Guest Book: Koryeah and Pete had guests sign vinyl records of their favorite bands. They will have this creative memory of their wedding hanging up in their home.

Breckenridge Wedding

Photo by Brinton Studios

Flowers: Koryeah’s bouquet was very colorful and was admired by the guests. There were two different types of center pieces one with orchids submerged in water and the other contained spider mums along the base and orchids hanging off the curly willow. The tables created the perfect rustic elegant atmosphere.

Breckenridge Wedding

Photo by Brinton Studios

Breckenridge Wedding

Photo by Brinton Studios

Breckenridge Wedding

Photo by Brinton Studios

Breckenridge Wedding

Photo by Brinton Studios

Vendors:
Wedding Planner: Something Blue Colorado
Candy Buffet: Something Blue Colorado http://somethingbluecolorado.com/something-sweet-rentals/
Venue and Catering : Breckenridge Ten Mile Station http://www.breckenridge.com/groups/weddings/weddings-in-breckenridge.aspx
Photographer: Brinton Studios http://www.brintonstudios.com/wedding/index2.php
Stationer: Scribbles http://www.scribblespaper.com/
DJ: Standing Room Only http://srodj.com/
Celebrant: Leon Joseph Littlebird http://www.littlebirdmusic.com/
Florist: Parker Blooms http://www.parkerblooms.com/
Baker: Happy Cakes Bakeshop http://www.happycakesdenver.com/
Transportation: Fresh Tracks Transportation http://www.freshtrackstransportation.com/

Breckenridge Wedding

Photo by Brinton Studios

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A Mountain Top Wedding

Esther and Nicky hired Something Blue Colorado for their destination wedding in Vail, Colorado. After months and months of talking  to Esther and Nicky on the phone and having Skype meetings,  it was exciting to finally meet them in person a week before their wedding.

Vail Wedding

Photo by Brosphoto Wedding Photographers

Their wedding day was one of those beautiful sunny days in Vail, Colorado.

I met up with Esther where she was staying at The Four Seasons to drop off her flowers, and she was stunning in her white wedding dress. We then traveled up to the Gondola to head up to the top of Vail Resort for her ceremony. For those of you who do not know, a Gondola is an enclosed ski lift (not a boat, for my non ski or snowboard readers).

Vail Wedding

Photo by Brosphoto Wedding Photographers

Vail Wedding

Photo by Brosphoto Wedding Photographers

Vail Wedding

Photo by Brosphoto Wedding Photographers

Since it was a destination wedding they had a small gathering of close friends and family that traveled from  Texas to be with them on their special day. Nicky was in great spirits, laughing and joking with his best man while everyone was getting ready for the ceremony to start.

Vail Wedding

Photo by Brosphoto Wedding Photographers

They decided to have one of their closest friends be the Officiant for their wedding.

Vail Wedding

Photo by Brosphoto Wedding Photographers

They also had two wonderful guitarists playing music for the ceremony. The live music really helped set the tone for this mountain top wedding.

Vail Wedding

Photo by Brosphoto Wedding Photographers

When Esther start walking down the path with her father, I looked over at Nicky and noticed she brought tears of joy to his eyes.

Vail Wedding

Photo by Brosphoto Wedding Photographers

Vail Wedding

Photo by Brosphoto Wedding Photographers

The ceremony was a short but intimate affair with the breathtaking mountains surrounding them.

Vail Wedding

Photo by Brosphoto Wedding Photographers

Vail Wedding

Photo by Brosphoto Wedding Photographers

They wrote their own vows, and a few times I was worried that the paper the vows were written on were going to be blown away by the wind, but they kept a tight grip on them.

Vail Wedding

Photo by Brosphoto Wedding Photographers

Vail Wedding

Photo by Brosphoto Wedding Photographers

Vail Wedding

Photo by Brosphoto Wedding Photographers

After the wedding they took some great couple pictures and then drove away in a golf cart to head to the reception.

Vail Wedding

Photo by Brosphoto Wedding Photographers

Vail Wedding

Photo by Brosphoto Wedding Photographers

Vail Wedding

Photo by Brosphoto Wedding Photographers

Their wedding may be smaller but they know how to have fun.

Vail Wedding

Photo by Brosphoto Wedding Photographers

They danced the night away with their close friends and family at the beautiful Sonnenlap Resort in the Ludwig’s Room.

Vail Wedding

Photo by Brosphoto Wedding Photographers

Vail Wedding

Photo by Brosphoto Wedding Photographers

With Nicky and Esther’s help we created some fabulous unique touches. Their colors were blue, yellow and chocolate to match the blue skies and natural wilderness around us. Their theme was rustic elegance with a little bit of Texas thrown in. Here are some of our favorite touches:

Flowers:
We had big yellow sunflowers with little touches of blue in them.

Vail Wedding

Photo by Brosphoto Wedding Photographers.

Menu:
Pocket fold napkins with custom menus that had sunflowers on them.

Vail Wedding

Photo by Brosphoto Wedding Photographers

Cake:
Their favorite type of dessert was cheesecake, so they were thinking of having a cheesecake for their wedding but were torn since they wanted a traditional cake look. So, the fabulous baker at Sonnenlap made a hybrid wedding cheesecake with raspberry center. This cake literally melted in your mouth.

Vail Wedding

Photo by Brosphoto Wedding Photographers

Center Pieces:
They went with a variety of candle lanterns with yellow petals inside them and then sunflowers scattered around them.

Rustic Centerpieces

Photo by Brosphoto Wedding Photographers

Guest Book:
True to their Texas roots they had their guests sign a Texas long horn as their guest book.

Guest Book

Photo by Brosphoto Wedding Photographers

Wedding Planner: Something Blue Colorado
Photographer: Brosphoto Wedding Photographers http://brosphoto.com/main_page.html
Ceremony Site: Vail Wedding Deck http://www.vail.com/groups/weddings/weddings.aspx
Reception and Catering: Ludwig’s at Sonnenlap Vail Resort http://www.sonnenalpweddings.com/vail-wedding-venues.html#
Baker: Sonnenlap Vail Resort http://www.sonnenalpweddings.com/vail-wedding-venues.html#
Florist: Parker Blooms http://www.parkerblooms.com/
DJ: Tiff’s Riff http://www.tiffsriffsdj.com/tiffsriffsdj/Home.html
Ceremony Music: Masterful Musicians http://www.masterfulmusicians.com/

Vail Wedding

Photo by Brosphoto Wedding Photographers

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A Love that Words Cannot Describe

Wes and Jennifer’s Wedding

When I arrived at the hotel you could feel the excitement in the air. Everyone was getting ready for Wes and Jennifer’s big day.

Photo by Mark Mortensen Photography

Photo by Mark Mortensen Photography

Jennifer looked angelic in her wedding dress as she walked down the aisle to her soul mate, Wes.

Photo by Mark Mortensen Photography

Photo by Mark Mortensen Photography

Photo by Mark Mortensen Photography

Jennifer and Wes’s wedding was at The Red Rocks on a beautiful, clear sunny fall day.

Photo by Mark Mortensen Photography

Photo by Mark Mortensen Photography

Their ceremony site was at the Trading Post, where they were surrounded by breath taking red rock formations.

Photo by Mark Mortensen Photography

Their ceremony was a traditional Christian ceremony.

Photo by Mark Mortensen Photography

Both couples are hearing impaired.  Their ceremony was very moving as they expressed their love for each other using sign language.

Photo by Mark Mortensen Photography

Photo by Mark Mortensen Photography

Their dog was a very cute flower girl.

Photo by Mark Mortensen Photography

Photo by Mark Mortensen Photography

The reception was held in the Red Rock Room at The Red Rocks. The large rock formation in the room was stunning with several candles flickering across it.

Photo by Mark Mortensen Photography

When working with Jennifer and Wes they discussed how they wanted their decor to blend in with the natural beauty of Red Rock in the fall.  They chose the colors of chocolate and gold with an Aspen themed wedding.   Aspen leaf touches are throughout the decor.

Photo by Mark Mortensen Photography

 

Photo by Mark Mortensen Photography

Below are some of my favorite personal touches;

Dessert: The dessert was the big hit of the night. The guests could not stop talking about the delicious mini pies.  The mini pies were placed on a cupcake stand and were surrounded by Aspen leaves that I went out and picked that morning.

Photo by Mark Mortensen Photography

Photo by Mark Mortensen Photography

Favors: Jennifer’s mom made homemade chocolate leaf lollipops.

Photo by Mark Mortensen Photography

Guest Book: their guest book contained their engagement pictures and was placed on a Chocolate table runner with aspen leaves scattered around the table.

Photo by Mark Mortensen Photography

Escort Cards: Aspen leaves hanging on a little tree.

Photo by Mark Mortensen Photography

Card Holder: A friend made a card holder that looked like the bark of a aspen tree.

Photo by Mark Mortensen Photography

Flowers: The flowers were gorgeous by Parker Blooms and contained fall colors with a lot of texture.

Photo by Mark Mortensen Photography

Vendors:

Wedding Planner: Something Blue Colorado

Venue: Red Rocks http://www.redrocksonline.com/CONCERTSEVENTS/MeetingsandWeddings.aspx

Officiant: Josh Ratzlaff  www.coloradoweddingofficiant.webs.com

Photographer:  Mark Mortensen Photography http://www.markmortensen.com/

Florist: Parker Blooms http://www.parkerblooms.com/

Bakery: Indulge http://www.indulgebakery.com

Rentals: Something Blue Colorado

Hair and Makeup: Hair on Wheels http://www.haironwheels.net/

Accommodations: Hotel Residence Inn by Marriot in Golden, CO

Photo by Mark Mortensen Photography

I wish Jennifer and Wes a wonderful married life in their new home in Atlanta!

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A Vintage Winter Wedding

Sandy and Greg’s wedding was beautiful, and not just because the venue was beautiful but because you could tell by looking at them how much in love they are.

Photo by Mahal Bella Photography

Their wedding was held at the gorgeous Della Terra in Estes Park, CO.

Photo by Mahal Bella Photography

Photo by Mahal Bella Photography

It had snowed a couple days before, so when the sun came out on their wedding day it made everything sparkle.  Sandy and Greg were debating whether they wanted to still have the wedding outside or if we should move it in.  I am very happy they chose to have an outside winter wedding in the beautiful Colorado Mountains.

Photo by Mahal Bella Photography

Sandy and Greg chose to do a first look (couples pictures before the ceremony) since it would get too cold after the ceremony to do all of the pictures they wanted.

Photo by Mahal Bella Photography

Photo by Mahal Bella Photography

Photo by Mahal Bella Photography

We helped Sandy design a wedding with a vintage look while still keeping the Colorado feel in order to make sure that her guests flying in from Chicago could appreciate what Colorado has to offer.  Good thing most of the guests were used to the cold since the ceremony was outside!

Photo by Mahal Bella Photography

We helped them find some lovely shawls rented from “Splendor for Your Guests”.   They really helped to keep the guests warm.

Photo by Mahal Bella Photography

The colors that they ended up selecting were from the soft color pallet and included Carmel, Peach, and Ivory.

Photo by Mahal Bella Photography

We helped them include many unique and personal touches throughout the wedding.  Here are some of my favorites:

Sandy and Greg decided to do a Lock Box Ceremony

Photo by Mahal Bella Photography

Here is what the Officiant said:

“Both Greg and Sandy have chosen to take part in a Love Letter Ceremony to describe their feelings, their dreams for the future, and the reasons why they have chosen to marry one another here today. The letters have been sealed and neither has seen what the other has written. Along with a bottle of wine and two glasses, the letters will be locked into this special box designed specifically for this purpose.  Greg and Sandy will re-open and enjoy the contents of this box on the occasion of their 1st anniversary of marriage… sharing their letters with each other and then enjoying a little wine together.  Now.. there is only one other time that you are able to unlock and partake in the contents of this box. If at some point in the future, your relationship falters and hits a bit of a rough patch, this is what you do… Sit down as a couple and open the box! Uncork and share the bottle of wine first and then open the love letter that your partner has written for you and carefully read the contents…”

Photo by Mahal Bella Photography

Throwing Petals at the end of the Ceremony

Photo by Mahal Bella Photography

Photo by Mahal Bella Photography

Escort Cards: Vintage Keys

Photo by Mahal Bella Photography

Guestbook: Little cut out hearts where guests wrote their best wishes to the Bride and Groom. The Bride and Groom will then make a shadowbox out of the hearts.

Photo by Mahal Bella Photography

Favors: Carmel Apples

Photo by Mahal Bella Photography

Photo by Mahal Bella Photography

The flowers Boulder Blooms provided were fabulous for giving that rustic, vintage feeling, especially the vases, which were made from reclaimed barn wood.

Photo by Mahal Bella Photography

Dessert: Instead of the traditional Wedding Cake they went with yummy pies and even served it a la mode!

Photo by Mahal Bella Photography

I really loved working with both Sandy and Greg and enjoyed helping them to make their wedding dreams come true.

Photo by Mahal Bella Photography

Vendors:

Wedding Planner: Something Blue Colorado

Photographer: Mahal Bella Photography at www.mahalbellaphotography.com

Officiant:  Josh Ratzlaff at www.coloradoweddingofficiant.webs.com

Venue: Della Terra Mountain Chateau at http://www.dellaterramountainchateau.com/

Caterer: A Spice of Life at http://www.aspiceoflife.com/

DJ and Lighting: Top Hat Entertainment at http://www.tophatentertainmentdj.com/

Florist: Boulder Blooms at http://www.boulderblooms.com/

Bakery: Indulge Bakery at http://www.indulgebakery.com

Rentals: Vintage Rental Affairs at http://www.avintageaffairrentals.com/and Splendor for Your Guests at http://www.splendorforyourguests.com/weddings/

The bride having fun dancing the night away!

Photo by Mahal Bella Photography

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Something Blue Colorado’s New Wedding Website and Blog

Hello and welcome to my brand new website and blog!

I first want to thank all the people who helped make my new website and blog come true. Thank you to my website guy, Chris with Studio 119 Degrees, who helped create this beautiful website and logo. Also thank you to all of the wonderful and talented photographers I have been luckily enough to work with, whose photos I have used on my new website including; Mahal Bella Photography, Charles Uniatowski, Mark Mortensen Photography, Brinton Studios, Christina Kiffney Photography, Broxton Art, Preston Utley, Brosphoto Wedding Photographers, Diana Sabreen Photography and Lindsay J. C. Lack Photojournalist.

I am also pleased to announce that Something Blue Colorado has won the WeddingWire Bride’s Choice Award! This will be the second year in a row we have won the Bride’s Choice award! Thank you to all of our wonderful couples who made this possible. This means we are in the top 5% of Wedding Pros nationwide! The WeddingWire Bride’s Choice Awards recognizes the top local wedding professionals from the WeddingWire Network that demonstrate excellence in quality, service, responsiveness and professionalism. Unlike other awards in which winners are selected by the organization, the WeddingWire Bride’s Choice Awards are determined solely by the reviews from over 1.2 million newlyweds.

Weddings, Wedding Venues
2012 Bride's Choice Awards | Best Wedding Photographers, Wedding Dresses, Wedding Cakes, Wedding Florists, Wedding Planners

If you would like to see some of our reviews from our wonderful couples you can find them here: http://www.weddingwire.com/biz/something-blue-colorado-denver/10f9551a220bac11.html

If you would like to see some of our recent work, along with plenty of tips, tricks, and articles please check out our facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/somethingbluecolorado

-Marcea the Owner of Something Blue Colorado

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