How to create an intimate and offbeat wedding in the mountains:
First you choose the venue: A small venue surrounded by trees with a river running through it and ducks swimming in the little pond. The ceremony site is secluded and allows for a tight circle to form around you, as you say your vows.
Second you settle on a theme: Lorraine wanted EVERY color of the rainbow for her wedding and so it was. From her dress to the napkins, from her wedding circle to the candle holders, everything was colorful. The rainbow theme was daring and unique and this couple pulled it off beautifully. The tables were covered with memories, photographs, lovely messages and handmade soaps that enhanced the intimacy of the place.
Third you make this wedding truly your: Aaron wore his father’s wedding shirt and Lo wore a necklace from the 1850s. The family and friends present have been in their lives forever. This wedding was a mix of traditions and modernism that embraced love, respect to everyone’s uniqueness, and kindness.
Finally: Add good food, good music, tons of laughter and silliness (once you meet Lo you never forget her laugh), plenty of dancing, and (how could I forget) Aaron’s beer! And there you have it: a perfect, intimate, offbeat, fun filled wedding! Congratulations to our lovely couple!
Stone Mountain Lodge, Lyons Colorado
Venue : Stone Mountain Lodge https://www.stonemountainlodge.comEvent
Planner : Jennifer Peralta eclecticharmonydesigns.com
Catering : Smoke Shack BBQ http://smokeshackbbq.com
Desserts : Nothing Bundt Cakes http://www.nothingbundtcakes.com and Estes Park Pie Shop : http://www.estesparkpieshop.com
Flowers : www.theBouqs.com
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