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If you’re thinking about planning your wedding here in the beautiful state of Colorado, our 2020 Colorado Spring/Summer Magazine will help you begin planning the I do of your dreams! With over 140-pages of wedding inspiration from throughout the Colorado Rockies, you’ll have everything you need to start the planning journey from curated gift boxes for your bridesmaids to creative guestbook ideas and tips for the perfect charcuterie board. Flip through the pages because we’re sharing gorgeous inspiration and authentic love stories across the state including Breckenridge, Littleton, Vail and beyond!
Take a sneak peek below into one of our favorite features, Sun Soaked Garden, a styled shoot at blanc in Denver, Colorado.
Sun Soaked Garden
Inspired by the industrial feel of Blanc in downtown Denver, Sugar Willow Events and For the West and Wild created this summer garden wedding inspiration with warm tones of yellow, citrine and rust. Vines of ivy and lush greenery softened the exposed brick of the venue to give the feel of stepping into a hidden oasis. Streams of sunlight pour through the lattice ceiling giving a golden glow to the scene.
The bride wore a bold two-piece gown by Willowby from Emma & Grace. Oversized ivory Dahlia lace accents the subtly sexy crop top paired with a flowy tulle skirt. The groom donned a three-piece, heather gray suit and a coral bow tie from Ted’s Clothier.
A hanging floral installation hung above the ceremony altar combined with dried palms, creamy large roses and sprays of eucalyptus, which flowed into the bride’s bouquet with added pops of color from creamsicle ranunculus, blushing bride protea and burnt orange roses tied with a light peach satin ribbon.
Rich textures of tamarind velvet linens, dried and fresh florals, and 3-D floral cake add layers of detail and charm to the setting. Mercury glass candle holders topped with white pillar candles give the table a sparkle paired with clear vintage goblets and asymmetrical floral arrangements.