Monthly Archives: April 2014
Posted by johnna-patton on April 9th, 2014
There is nothing that beats a blanket of snow, a warm fire, and a wedding! I’ll always have a special place in my heart for winter weddings. Deedee and Konrad got married at Timber Ridge, on top of Keystone Mountain in late February, and it was spectacular! A HUGE thank you to Joe Kusumoto of Joe Kusumoto Photography for sharing these lovely photos.
Posted by johnna-patton on April 4th, 2014
You’ve found the perfect mate–you’ve had the perfect wedding– now what? The honeymoon of course!!! As a Colorado wedding planner researching beachy honeymoon spots in March– I’m already feeling warmer. These are a few of my favorite finds from Fodors Travel!
If you and your honey enjoy active adventures in a natural setting, you’d be hard pressed to find a more diverse setting!
The islands of the Maldives are quintessential honeymoon destinations with deserted beaches that vie for the title “most romantic spot in the world.”
Just south of the equator, Bali is always warm, ranging from the high 60s to the low 90s. Bali is a sliver of Hindu culture and art!
There are gorgeous palm-fringed beaches, rainforest, the majestic Piton mountains and locals that appreciate the tourists who visit their little piece of paradise!
If you love the Mediterranean but are tired of the crowds, it’s time to visit Croatia!
These are my top honeymoon worthy places of 2014. Relax and enjoy each other!
Posted by elizabeth waldmann on April 1st, 2014
Amy and Eric had a very beautiful wedding at Timber Ridge in Keystone, Colorado. From our very first meeting, you could really see how much love these two have for each other. The small details slipped away and they just focused on each other. One of the details I loved was the utilization of the flowers. The rehearsal dinner was held the night before at the Keystone Ranch. There were so many gorgeous flowers that night and they thought in order to use the flowers for two nights, they had me pick up the flowers from the Ranch and transport them to Timber Ridge. I loved this idea because as a wedding planner I see these amazing flowers used for only one night. This way they were able to be used twice. Love! Thank you Jaime Marie Photography for capturing these awesome photos!