Marshall and Annie’s gorgeous wedding ambiance captured the majestic elegance of the Rocky Mountains and the bright, natural warmth of flowers. Vibrant dresses and floral brought the aesthetics of the aspens and rugged peaks together seamlessly. Annie and Marshall took time before the ceremony to honor one another and their loved ones; they even paused for a moment to have their parents time to speak words of experience and wisdom. The day was filled with love, beauty and a little adrenaline too! Guests were invited to take the ski lift at Granby Ranch to the ceremony site and the party continued late into the night under the canopy of illuminating bistro-lights. To be sure the focus was on giving the most enjoyment to the guests and affirming the relationships of family and friends.

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Tip from the bride:  The tip we learned from Annie: “It is all about Color!” Annie is a professional interior designer and has an awesome relationship with color; it’s no surprise that her bouquet would be an amazing display of bright tones. What did Annie do so well? She chose a main color (specifically coral tones ranging from orange-like pink to a pink-like orange) and then we added undertones of red and light blue. We loved conversing with her about the color palette and think that the approach of sticking with one color for the main effect creates a cohesive feel throughout all décor, and adding pops of unexpected hues brings a punch of liveliness!