Real Wedding

Regal and Classic Manor House Wedding

July 24, 2020
Regal and Classic Manor House Wedding

Colorado Real Wedding

The Couple 

Linsday + Robert

Milk Glass Productions planned the perfect wedding for Lindsay + Robert: a combination of New York flare and Denver’s natural beauty. The couple’s greenery and beautifully laid out tables left us with stars in our eyes. Lindsay + Robert’s Manor House wedding in Littleton, Colorado is the perfect representation of a regal and classic wedding.


The Wedding

From the beginning, we knew we wanted our wedding to be one thing: fun! We both love a dance floor, so securing the music was priority number one. Luckily, Lindsay’s favorite cover band from Kansas City was available. Since it was a destination wedding for most of our guests, it was important that they have a truly “Denver” experience. We also wanted our wedding to represent the culmination of our love and, although it began in New York, it blossomed in Denver. Having the ceremony in the foothills, with the mountains to one side and a view of downtown Denver to the other, really captured the spirit of that. For decor, we wanted everything to compliment the natural beauty around us, and stuck to neutrals, whites and greens.

The wedding weekend and day was absolutely perfect. The weekend kicked off with a fun-filled rehearsal dinner and welcome party at Lindsay and Bobby’s favorite restaurant. The morning of the wedding, we woke up to perfect weather (always a risk on May 4th). We both had a wonderful time getting ready with our friends and family. We decided to skip a first look and see each other for the first time at the altar. Bobby’s tears as Lindsay walked down the aisle told us that we’d made the right choice. Standing up there, holding hands and looking out at all of our friends and family was such an incredible experience. We were so happy to celebrate our love in front of everyone we hold dear. Walking into the reception as a newly married couple was also one of my favorite moments.

One of Bobby’s favorite things were the coffee cart and the pastries supplied by our favorite local cafe. After a long day, a latte and a pastry was the perfect fuel to get back on the dance floor. After nearly a year of marriage, we still get so excited talking about our wedding. It was the perfect weekend and we would not have had such a fabulous time without all the vendors that made it happen. May 4, 2019 will always be a special day that gave us beautiful memories to enjoy throughout our lives together!

– Bride, Lindsay

 

 

 

 

Vendors
Photographer: Felix Studios Planner: Milk Glass Productions Venue : The Manor House Rehearsal Dinner: Fish N Beer Florist: Fiori Flowers Coffee + Pastries : The Espresso Affair Coffee + Pastries: Rivers and Roads Coffee Videographer: Mark Morarie Hair : Grand Salon Makeup : Alchemy Face Bar Band: Lost Wax Band Accommodations : The Maven Transporation: Cross Transporation
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