Monthly Archives: December 2017
Posted by elizabeth waldmann on December 26th, 2017
Nichele and Ben. What’s better than getting married on a mountain in the middle of winter? As a Keystone wedding planner I can tell you…nothing. Everyone is bundled up and the worst thing that can happen is it can snow. But that’s half the fun isn’t it? I’m so happy to share this wedding with you. From the pine cone escort card holders to the bride’s white shawl, the entire wedding screamed winter. Love! Even the flowers by Ladybird Poppy were winter themed. These two were married on Anticipation Run in Keystone, Colorado. It is simply my favorite backdrop for a Colorado winter wedding. Thank you to Sarah Roshan Photography for these stunning photos! And if you want to see their wedding video, check out Bosha Video by clicking here! Also a big shout out to A Great Time DJ who kept the party going once the guests arrived at the reception venue at the Alpenglow Stube. So much fun! It leaves me wondering, why doesn’t everyone have a Colorado winter wedding?!
Posted by elizabeth waldmann on December 12th, 2017
Natalie and Phoniex. For this blog post I will need to let the photos below speak for themselves. The reason, our fabulous, talented Day of Planner Emily, coordinated this wedding. What I can tell you is that Natalie and Phoniex were married on Anticipation Run in Keystone, Colorado and had their reception at Timber Ridge. Fleur de Liz provided the simple yet amazing centerpieces. I love how wild they were and the flower that looks a lot like cabbage! A huge thank you to Marianne Brown Photography for sharing this photos! Enjoy!
Posted by johnna-patton on December 6th, 2017
As wedding planners in the Colorado Rocky Mountains we not only plan destination weddings but all of the events that go with them i.e. brunches, bridal lunches, rehearsal dinners and welcome parties. Planning this welcome party with mother of the groom Mary Gray was an absolute blast! Mary was fun, creative, and open to everything. Her vision was a laid back, casual party heavy on Colorado flavor. We brightened up the Carter Park Pavilion with yellow and white checked linens from Colorado Tents and Events and vibrant florals from Petal and Bean. The menu was BBQ from Moe’s Original Bar B Que and beer served out of the back of a vintage Ford Model T truck. So cute! Playing guitar and singing, Drew Reges kept the party lively as Timothy Faust of Timothy Faust Photography caught it all on film!