Inspiration for your road to the altar


Hello, friends! I hope you all had a great holiday break and are hopefully easing back into your normal routine a little better than I am (when the alarm went off this morning I think I could have genuinely shed a tear). But this gorgeous wedding from the talented Jason G is certainly making my morning easier. Katie and Scott were married this past August in a gorgeous outdoor ceremony. I really love it when couple’s choose decor that blends in with their natural environment, and Katie and Scott did just that.

Prior to their traditional ceremony, the couple opted to have a private Native American ceremony. You can see the images below. After their two ceremonies were completed they moved onto a gorgeous reception, complete with carved birch vases for the centerpieces. You can see even more images from the day on Jason’s blog.

Photography: Jason G
Event Planner: Bella Design & Planning
Venue: Keystone Ranch
Native American Ceremony Officiant: Leon Joseph Littlebird
Music: Great Time DJ


Adrienne and Evan opted for a unique wedding day schedule, beginning with a morning ceremony under Boulder’s famed Flatirons on the lawn at Chautauqua Park. Immediately following the ceremony, they treated their guests to coffee and pastries from their favorite local coffee shop and a ride back downtown from Boulder’s own Banjo Billy Bus Tours. The couple climbed in a pedicab decorated with a sign hand-made by a close friend and toured around downtown making a stop at the farmers’ market before returning to the hotel as well.

Guests were let loose for the afternoon, free to explore the downtown, surrounding trails and all that Boulder has to offer before an evening reception that was held at the landmark Hotel Boulderado. The bride’s love of lavender flowers infused the day; she chose décor and dresses that fit the mood of the morning ceremony, and the two had their cake created with a fondant replica of the lace adorning Adrienne’s dress.

Ceremony Location: Chautauqua Park
Reception Location: The Hotel Boulderado
Flowers: Cori Cook Floral Design
Pedicab: Velogo Pedicabs
Photography: Rachael Grace Photography
DJ: A Music Plus
Cake: Teacup Shop
Guest transportation: Banjo Billy’s Bus Tours
Wedding Design and Planning: Talia Events

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You all are going to love Travis and Christina’s beautiful California wedding – I think it might be one of my favorites this year! Not only is the wedding gorgeous, but it was sent over from a pair of my favorite photographers, The Youngrens. The couple decided to offset the beautiful rustic setting with gorgeous teal bridesmaids dresses, and honored their venue at The Temecula Creek Inn with wine related favors. The bride’s father handmade individual wooden wine bottle stands for each guest – maybe the best favor I’ve seen in a long time! All of the stationery was handmade, and each table number featured gorgeous calligraphy and flourishes. And I am sure it won’t come as a shock but I love the green and white florals, created by the talented Magnolia Flower Shoppe. A huge “thank you” to The Youngrens for sharing their beautiful work! You can see more images from Travis & Christina’s wedding on their blog, here and here.