Monthly Archives: October 2013
Posted by elizabeth waldmann on October 17th, 2013
Originally from Lousiana, Jordan and Allie, along with their many guests, traveled far and wide to attend this stunning wedding at Keystone’s Stube. They chose a mountain wedding, and I think everyone would agree, the rustic-mountain décor was absolutely stunning. They had loved touches of burlap signs and pillows that brought out an amazing rustic-chic look. They used a vintage cake topper—from their own grandparents!! Allie’s Dad welcomed everyone from his or her far-off locations and had everyone in the house tearing up a bit. But when “Baton Rouge” started playing the whole crew was shakin’ a leg out on the dance floor! Such a fun group! Below are a few photos from the event captured by Jessica Christie Photography.
Posted by johnna-patton on October 15th, 2013
Sarah and Dale got married at Timber Ridge on top of North Peak in Keystone, Colorado. It was one of those crazy weather days where just as we got all of the seats on the deck dried off and wedding friendly the sky would open up again and send us all running for shelter! Thanks to the sophisticated weather tracker in the back office of the Outpost we found our window and Sarah and Dale were married on the deck in gorgeous weather. These two must have some good karma! Thank you so much to Mark and Michelle from IN Photography for these stunning photographs!
Posted by elizabeth waldmann on October 2nd, 2013
After creating the tin can lantern for the recycled/green wedding décor project with Rachael Grace Photography, I wanted to do something else with tin cans. The idea of being able to place something in the recycling instead of the trash at the end of the night was so appealing. As a wedding planner, the end of the night can be a little sad. Not only is the big event over, we also have to throw away so much décor. With tin cans, you can just throw it in the recycling. Much better! To make these cans only took about 10 minutes. Wrap it with your wedding colors in lace or ribbon and voila! You have a green, recyclable vase!