Red Wedding Inspiration
What first comes to mind when you think of the color red?
Romance. Bold. Daring. Love. Passion.
Behind the Scenes
In the wake of the pandemic, Milk Glass Productions dreamt up a beautiful six part series featuring monochromatic images spotlighting colors, couples, vendors from a variety of backgrounds, cultures, and ethnicities. We cannot wait to share with you the diversity that lives and breathes within the beautiful Rocky Mountains.
The first shoot in the series was the color “Red” which took place at Cloud Camp at The Broadmoor. The trip up to the top of the mountain is truly a once in a lifetime experience. Upon on arrival at the top, the lodge, surrounded by unforgettable views, has a charming western flair with red accents making it the perfect stop for our monochromatic red shoot.
Learn more about the History and Heritage of Cloud Camp here.
Milk Glass Productions brought together a talented group of wedding vendors to showcase their skills including Adonye Jaja, a Nigerian fine art wedding photographer, who captured the details, couple and venue impeccably.
The bride-to-be wore a custom wedding dress designed by Samantha Sleeper, an American fashion designer from Highland Park, Illinois. The veil was adorned with delicate red flowers to subtly bring in the color palette without overpowering the traditional white wedding gown. The groom complemented her in a custom white waffled tux by Sebastian Cruz Couture paired with a red bowtie, pocket square and boutonnière.
Sebastian Cruz Couture was founded by Cesar and Natasha Cruz. Cesar was born and raised in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Sarah, founder of Something Styled, decked out the wedding deck and reception space with red anemone accents. The bold red tones elevated the rustic setting and brought life to surrounding scenery.
The tables were decorated with romantic red candles, fruit and signage crafted by Hand Painted Weddings, a fine art wedding water color stationery artist. Allison, the artist behind the paper, shares that “Her design style is diverse because her clients are diverse, but what stays consistent is that every style is hand-painted with watercolor creating a unique, personal touch to each design.”
To complete the wedding celebration, The Broadmoor’s pastry team made adorable mini cakes to accompany a stunning 3-tier wedding cake both featuring gold flakes and red flowers.