Glossy magnolia and vintage garden roses highlight deep hues and texture against the beautiful white Durango landscape creating a soft romantic feel.
We chose Pagosa Springs as our wedding destination because Pagosa was our first vacation together. We went skiing at Wolf Creek over spring break in 2015. We would highly recommend a wedding in Pagosa because everyone was very accommodating and the hospitality is second to none. Plus there was plenty of things to do – white water rafting, hiking, shopping, ziplining, and of course dining options.
With snowy peaks and a beautiful river in the background, I can’t imagine a better location for a wedding. Our family and friends from Venezuela, Miami, Michigan, Washington, DC and California made the long trip to this remote place in Silverton, Colorado for our wedding. We blended two cultures, my Venezuelan one and Chris’ culture from Michigan, which mixed together, resulted in a pretty fun, colorful, and amazing celebration.
A stunning autumn ceremony surrounded by aspens and Rocky Mountain views in Durango, Colorado. Dinner and dancing at the Silverpick Lodge. This mountain destination wedding is a must-see!