From the Magazine: A Homegrown Wedding in Mancos, Colorado

From the Magazine: Homegrown in Mancos

From the bride, Emily: Our meeting was love at first sight 6 years ago, in the very spot we got married! We wanted to do things ourselves and keep the wedding in tune with who we are. Simple became our catch-phrase when deciding things. We grew all the flowers ourselves, all 160 napkins were from…

Set in Stone

Photography by Carol Cardwell Photography From the bride, Stephanie: One thing I learned while planning our wedding, is that everyone you want advice from has a different set of wants, and you just have to remember that it’s your day, and try to accommodate those wants within the parameters of what you want. Instead of nice…

Fall in Silverton

From the bride, Nicole: We were surrounded by the most spectacular fall colors and the weather could not have been more perfect, a 70 degree bright blue sky day.  Our 50 guests stood in a circle around us.  Violinists played as we walked around the Chuppah to Sunrise, Sunset. Our Rabbi had us write a…

"Just Plain Fun" in Durango

From the bride, Kelsey:  Our wedding day was just plain fun. It rained on and off all day, but the sun came out just in time for our ceremony and reception. Dark clouds hung over Silver Mountain in the distance; it was beautiful. Everyone was dancing up a storm all night.  We kept the party…

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