These are the weddings that sneak up on me.
When I talked with Ashley & Stephen about their September 2020 wedding, I know it was going to be beautiful. Their vision of their Estes Park wedding over Labor Day weekend was everything…low key yet gorgeous. Natural yet a pop of color. Casual yet upscale.
It wasn’t until I got the invitations fully assembled that I realized these were beyond gorgeous. And when I got the photos from the newlyweds all the puzzle pieces fell into place. These invitation were nothing less than perfect for this wedding day. A vision made reality and that’s the stuff I’m here for.
All the Wedding Paper
We started with Save the Dates that fit their personalities so well. They took Brett Brooner along with them to Colorado for some epic snowboarding photos/glammed up outdoor photos. For real…these were amazing.
For their wedding invitations, the gorgeous font we used paired with florals with a pop of burgundy were a match made in heaven. And watercolor map for their details card matched the boho vibe perfectly. My favorite part was the burgundy silk ribbon. When a couple wants to bring in color and we don’t use a ton of it on their invitations, I love bringing it into an accent piece like ribbon. It was bold and a statement.
Ashley kept me busy with all the details of wedding day. She wanted to keep every piece consistent and with that, we were best friends. There is nothing I want more! We designed a ceremony board (complete with a portraits of their pups), signs, seating chart pieces, table numbers (with fun facts about their favorite places in Colorado), favor tags and brunch signs for the morning after. When my design proof gets to be past 15 pages, I know it’s going to be a good wedding.
Enjoy these pics from Brett Brooner and Ashley & Stephen’s perfect Colorado wedding.
Ashley & Stephen