Country Rustic at Cascade Village

From the bride, Kimberlie: Josh and I both love fall in Colorado so that was my number one inspiration. We also both came from small country towns in Kansas, so I knew I wanted to keep decorations simple and true to us. We used a lot of mason jars, twine, burlap, lace, and of course…

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From the Magazine: Southwest Flair

Featured in the 2014 issue, this Durango wedding has lots of handmade details along with a fun and vibrant color palette. From the bride, Kara: Our wedding was casual elegance with a southwest flair. We used lots of succulents, terracotta, coral, green and turquoise. My most memorable moment was walking down the aisle. The ceremony…

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From the Magazine: Cowboy Chic

From the bride: I attended the Durango Wedding Expo and it was very helpful to have everything in one place and make a day of it. It was also nice to be able to test food, check out photographers and see all the vendors there. The deals and giveaways were great and I even won…

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illuminarts wedding photography - Sky Ute Casino

Love & Romance at Sky Ute Casino

I pretty much designed everything and handmade the majority of our decor. Our ceremony was packed with emotion. The reception was super fun. As cliché as it sounds, my wedding was all I had ever dreamed of… and more!

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Fun & Spunky at Ridgewood

From the bride, Deborah:  Living in Albuquerque we were a little bored with the hotel ballroom weddings. We wanted to pick somewhere close enough for our Albuquerque friends to travel to but also enticing enough for friends/family who live further away (NY, Washington D.C., Seattle, Wisconsin, etc). Ryan proposed on the beach so we thought…

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A Stunning Fall Wedding on Durango Mountain

A gorgeous fall wedding on Durango Mountain.

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A Barbecue with a Wedding on the Side

A Botanical Wedding in the Snow

From the bride, Kristin: We wanted a family reunion/Thanksgiving celebration/wedding so we rented a home for one week so everyone could stay, play and really get to know each other. I carried Jeff’s mom’s Bible that she carried in her wedding in 1957. We had an outdoor ceremony with a backdrop of freshly fallen snow.…

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Casual in Durango

From the bride, Erin: Our wedding was low key and casual. Everything was custom and personal to us. It was the perfect day filled with family, friends, good food, good music and great moments. We had a Celtic hand tying ritual and a Jewish blessing. My advice: 1. You are throwing one big party. Make…

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A Rustic Elegant Ranch Wedding in Pagosa Springs

From the bride, Juliet: We wanted to have an elegant wedding that was offset by the rustic elements of getting married on a ranch. We wanted to throw an unforgettable party for our guests – our main concern was their experience and to make it a very personal event to who we are as a…

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A Fun & Meaningful Celebration

From the bride, Rachel: For us, this was a day to celebrate our commitment to each other. We wanted an intimate ceremony and reception, so that we could thank our guests for their love and support. As a result, almost every aspect of the wedding was personalized. From the ring bearer to the Master of…

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