Didn’t Nick and Surya do such a great job at creating a unique twist on a Colorado wedding? Their insane design taste mixes so well with the rustic mountain feel of the Rockies–what a great combination. Oh and how about those bridesmaids dresses? I love all the patterns and colors!
Mostly, we just wanted our wedding to feel like our lives, which roughly translates to ribs, dance party, beer, and 70’s refrigerator colors. The sign is from a line on our wedding website. We just drew it up in Illustrator and took it to a shop with a CNC machine and had him cut it out of plywood. It was great because the setting was already so beautiful and then you add the sign and a hot wedding party dressed in a million patterns . . . No need for further decorations!
The site (Nick’s parent’s house) is lovely as can be so we didn’t have to do much. A few Pendleton blankets and family quilts here and there, succulents, hay bales. Beth and Flower House literally killed it with the florals. The bouquets and tablescapes were beyond all of our expectations. We really trusted Beth’s vision and knew she got us. I think she might have gotten us more than we get ourselves!
Check back later today for more images from Nick and Surya’s amazing reception!
Photography by Jonas Peterson
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