A glamorous mountain wedding with simple and elegant details and a relaxing vibe.
An intimate outdoor wedding with beautiful views and the rustic charm of Durango, Colorado. The ceremony was held in the Animas Valley with views of the red cliffs followed by a refined rustic tent reception.
A ceremony on a grassy spot alongside the beautiful Animas River with the occasional rafters floating by. Cocktails, outdoor games, dinner and dancing were held at the Powerhouse Science Museum in Durango, Colorado.
A beautiful mountain wedding just miles away from the roaring 416 fire. The smoke in the air did not stop this couple from throwing an epic celebration filled with dancing at the Glacier Club in Durango, Colorado.
A big celebration of wedding day love at River Bend Ranch. Soft blues and pinks combined with wildflowers and the natural mountain scenery tied the wedding together.
A fall destination wedding at Purgatory Resort held in the meadow at the top of Lift One, where Paradise, 7th Heaven, and Upper Hades runs intersect with mountain daisies, fall colors and incredible views of the San Juan Mountains, Durango Colorado.
The gorgeous LePlatt’s Pond venue set the stage for this casual June wedding. The couple held a romantic ceremony under the towering cottonwoods followed by a fun reception filled with pretty mint and gold details.
From the bride, Alexandria: We wanted our wedding to be a reflection of our personal style. We had a traditional Navajo Wedding the day before, and this wedding gave us the opportunity to dress up and celebrate with family and close friends. My uncle officiated the wedding and incorporated our Navajo cultural traditions into the…
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…
From the bride, Rachel: We knew we wanted an outdoor wedding. We fell in love with the scenery at Ridgewood. The trees, field and logs were just what we were looking for. It went with our inspiration, but also helped to guide us in further décor decisions. Mason jars, logs and lace just seemed to…
From the bride, Erin: We wanted our wedding day to be simple and natural looking. I knew I wanted a tea length dress, but didn’t like any of the ‘bridal’ tea length dresses, so I tried on a bridesmaids dress and then had it made in white – HUGE cost savings over a traditional bridal…
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