One of my favorite things about weddings is the love and care that go into planning them. When a bride takes the time to select meaningful details that reflect the a couple’s unique personalities and interests, the day itself tells a story.
This romantic, blush wedding at Della Terra Mountain Chateau in Estes Park, Colorado, couldn’t have been more breathtaking. Take an already-stunning mountain venue at the edge of Rocky Mountain National Park, then add floral crowns, mismatched bridesmaids dresses, vintage furniture, and cascading greenery, and you have the recipe for a perfect day!
You’ll also notice the meaning that went into every detail: Air Force Academy graduate and hockey player groom and groomsmen mean a saber arch exit — with hockey sticks. A bride who loves reading, literature, and all things word-related means Scrabble letters on the tables, ribbon-wrapped books, and an old typewriter (the same one I used growing up!).
And even with so much pretty, what you’ll notice most about this wedding is the joyful celebration of friends and family, including the bride’s mom and her birth mother. Oh, and make sure you have tissues handy before you scroll down past the details and see the way this groom looks at his bride when she walks down the aisle.
This is one of those weddings where the pictures truly tell the story — no words necessary — so I’ll just leave you with all the pretty images. (And if you can’t get enough of these two lovely people, feel free to relive their engagement session too.)