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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 fun and whimsical Durango wedding with vibrant colors, balloons, square dancing, and disco balls. Guests wore bright colors and fancy hats.
An adventure destination wedding on the Durango and Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad train. Nell & Nick started dating in the mountains, fell in love in the mountains, and got married in the mountains of Durango, Colorado.
A simple and elegant wedding in the Animas Valley with ivory and natural wood colors. A sunset ceremony on the lawn followed by a tent reception under the stars.
A spring destination wedding at Silverpick Lodge with an outdoor ceremony surrounded by snowcapped mountains. The reception included pie, a fire pit, s’mores, and hot chocolate.
I was very nervous the day of our wedding because it was raining all morning. We really wanted to get married outdoors but it rained right up until we were about to start taking pictures. I don’t know what or how, but the clouds opened up and gave us an absolutely perfect fall day. We were able to hold our ceremony outside facing the stunning La Plata Mountains.
A classic vintage destination wedding with a blush, champagne, gold and neutral color palette in Pagosa Springs, Colorado
A Steampunk wedding mixed with Irish details and metal tones at the Powerhouse Science Center.
From the bride, Robyn: We wanted our day to be casual, classy, and fun. I tried to add details unique to Durango. We made cufflinks out of bike chains and had the groomsmen wear camelback flask ties. Our color palette was navy blue, bright yellow, fuchsia, and Kelly green. My favorite detail was…
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…
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.…
From the bride, Melissa: We knew we wanted a non-traditional outdoor wedding that was both relaxed and fun. I found bright retro bridesmaid dresses that inspired our colorful color palette. Our ceremony was very intimate. We planted a tree with dirt our parents brought from our hometowns. We said vows to our daughter, which…
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