Refined rustic. Western chic. Simply elegant. Joanna and Josh’s gorgeous fall wedding was all that and so much more!
Set on a 100-acre ranch nestled in the Pine River Valley, LePlatt’s Pond is a one-of-a-kind venue. A serene lake, winding streams, green meadows and giant cottonwoods paint the perfect backdrop for an outdoor ceremony while an elegant event tent sets the stage for a memorable reception. Here’s a look at four beautiful Le Platt’s Pond weddings featured in the 2016 issue.
Will you go to prom with me?
A high school romance turned to wedding bells after David first laid eyes on Kristin during passing period at Arapahoe High School. The two high school sweethearts were Warrior basketball players. Summer love flew by in a breeze and before they knew it they were headed in opposite directions for college. They decided to go their separate ways and pray there was a chance in their future. Kristin went on to be a registered nurse while David graduated with a chemical engineering degree. Years had passed with out seeing or talking to one another.
Kristin was visiting a friend in San Francisco and learned that David had moved there after college for work. They met, shared their stories and hopes and dreams. He shared with her that not a day had gone by that he didn’t think of their adventures and her smile. Kristin went back to Colorado and David continued to show his love for her. They knew this relationship would be difficult unless one of them moved. Kristin applied to a job in San Francisco and before they knew it they were finally in the same city and in love.
After being in San Francisco for a couple years David proposed. He said,”You are my best friend, my love, and I could not imagine a day in my life with out you. Will you marry me?””Yes!” They celebrated with a bottle of champagne and took in the beautiful day as it would be one to remember forever and ever.”
This pretty styled shoot in Georgia from Vitor Lindo Photo + Video takes place in a beautiful barn adorned with sheer fabric, tree branches, greenery and lost of twinkle lights. Tall silver vases overflowing with florals and a moss runner with succulents beautify the rustic table. These nature-inspired details bring the outside in and add visual interest.
The 16th annual Durango Wedding Expo is THE wedding show of the year!
Saturday, January 14, 2017
La Plata County fairgrounds, Durango, Colorado
EXHIBITORS: Now accepting a limited number of new vendors, call (970) 882-3049 or email@example.com for an application.
From the photographer, Amy Caroline: When Sean contacted me and let me know that he wanted to propose to Stephanie and that he wanted me to photograph it, I was over the moon. The two of them are from Texas, but have family they were visiting in Denver. We landed on Cheesman Park in downtown Denver as the backdrop for this big event. With its big columns, rose gardens and rolling green hills, it’s the perfect park to pop the question.
Sean was taking Steph out on a fancy dinner date, and just told her he was taking her on a walk through one of Denver’s city landmark parks beforehand. They strolled through the park; Steph oblivious to what was coming next.
Sean had them sit down on a park bench, and read through posts from his journal. In it, he had written so many special moments that he and Steph had shared, the laughs, the tears, and mostly the joys they had had in their dating years. Lastly leading her to the page where he talked about how he knew he had wanted to marry her from the very beginning of their dating lives. He took her hand and led her to the next spot where he dropped down on one knee, officially asking her to be his forever. Steph was still so surprised, overjoyed, and shocked. With absolute joy and tears she said yes!
We strolled around the park, capturing the newly engaged couple. Stephanie couldn’t stop looking at her new bling, and smiling up at her darling fiance.
From the bride: We were married in a meadow with the mountains as our backdrop. We adorned the ceremony structure with clusters of sunflowers and a crystal chandelier. During the ceremony, one lonely cloud showed up and dumped on us so umbrellas were hastily handed out as we exchanged vows under the raindrops. Fortunately, as a bride, I was so happy to be getting married that I giggled instead of cried.
Reprinted from Colorado Weddings Magazine