Lauren and Shane’s wedding was probably one of my favorite’s ever. They were so fun and genuine to work with. They also have amazing style which was so fun to pull into their design. Click here to see the feature on MARTHA!
Venue: Blackstone River’s Ranch / Planning & Design: A Vintage Affair / Photographer: Ashley Sawtell / Flowers: Park Floral Design / Invites: Carolyn Jane Design / Dress Boutique: Anna be / Dress Designer: Watters / Ceremony & Cocktail Hour Music: Chris Webb / Calligraphy: Taryn Edlund / Cake: Whisk & Bean / Linens: La Tavola / Make up: Liz Wegrzyn / Hair: Hair Artistry by Hilary
I loved being part of this romantic wedding. Sara and Collin are dream clients and really trusted their vendor’s vision. Everything turned out so gorgeous, but like most events there was some bumps along the way. A month before the big day, the venue informed us that the very large tree where the reception was supposed to be under had to be removed. So we had to come up with a new design. We added lots of bistro lights and the florist created a canopy of greens from them. Over the head table, greenery, chandeliers, and flowers hung above. Plan B looked pretty perfect if you ask me 🙂 The band rocked the evening and it was a perfect night!
Photographer: Laura Murray / Florist: Beet & Yarrow / Make up: Kelsey Zabawa / Invitations: Plume Calligraphy / Program & Signs: Mint & Merit / Rentals: Event Rents & Yonder Decor & Hostess Haven / Cake: Whole Foods / Lighting: Elite Entertainment
Erica and Joe celebrated with their guests during Labor Day weekend in Keystone. They are such a laid back, fun loving couple and I really enjoying being a small part to their beautiful day.
Erica looked stunning in her Haley Paige dress. The long lace sleeves and illusion neckline were perfect on her. I literally gasped when I saw her, so I could only imagine what Joe thought!
The flowers and draping on the arbor by Details Delivered were the perfect touch to the picturesque mountain views! Right after they said “I do” guests tossed eucalyptus leaves in the air.
Guest found their seats by personalized individual watercolor notes to each guest hanging from our macrame backdrop.
Keystone Ranch made their awesome cake. It was MUCH bigger than it looks. It was literally the biggest cake I’ve seen in real life!
Callie Hobbs did an amazing job photographing their wedding! I loved looking through these photos and reliving the day.
Photography: Callie Hobbs / Flowers & Calligraphy Signage: Details Delivered / Music: Elite DJ / Cake + Catering + Venue: Keystone Ranch / Hair: The Parlor & Wedlocks / Makeup: Sarah George / Officiant: Chris from Red Rocks Church
Now that I’m a mom, time seems to fly by at warp speed. I had a baby this spring, I blinked and it’s Fall. I want to be more intentional about enjoying each season. I’m thinking of starting a seasonal bucket list. Here is what I have so far. Am I missing anything?
1. Make Addie’s Halloween Costume 2. Have hot chocolate 3. Go to a Pumpkin Patch 4. Make a wreath for our front door 5. Plant some Mums 6. Bake something pumpkin 7. Send holiday cards 8. Plant some tulip bulbs in my backyard 9. See aspens leaves changing.
Photo: Cassidy Brooke Photography
Flowers: Bare Root Floral
Venue: The Manor House
Barbara and Sam had a lovely Denver wedding. Everything about the day was perfect, from the fall weather, to the colorful flowers, and meaningful traditions. The best thing about working with Barbara and Samuel is that they put a lot of trust into their vendors, allowing us to do what we do best! Barbara and Samuel wanted to tie in some classic elements which contrasted nicely with the industrial vibe on the venue. Their outdoor ceremony had a Chuppah made of aspen branches and covered with delicate sheer draping and greenery.
The black napkins, grey tapers candles, and copper flatware provided the perfect backdrop for the whimsical centerpieces. They were lush and full with berry, lavender, blush, marsala, and amber colors. With all of the streamlined details and the simple but industrial backdrop of Blanc, the flowers really stood out and pulled the color palette together, making the feel of the reception seamless.
The photo booth backdrop consisted of natural greenery and doubled as a great backdrop for the couple to sign their ketubah. It was great to be able to use this beautiful installation for multiple purposes. The original plan was to sign the ketubah in front of a white wall but using the backdrop instead really added to the photos and makes them extra special.
One my favorite elements of their wedding was the Mezinka, which is a Jewish tradition honoring the parents who have just married off their last child. Barbara and Samuel crowned her parents and their guests danced a celebratory circle around them.
Photographer: Michele Hart | Florals: Park Floral Design | Planning: A Vintage Affair Events | Venue: Blanc | Catering: Footers | Desert: Bumblebee | Ceremony Music: Susie Peek | Reception Music and Photo Booth: Elite DJ | Officiant: Rabbi Lev | Hair: Alex Cox | Makeup: Faces by Liz | Flatware Rentals: Allwell | Alcohol: Peak Beverage | Transportation: Ramblin Express | Nanny: Charity Hardin | Hotel: Hotel Monaco
Meet Emma! She will be interning with us for the 2017 summer season.
My name is Emma Walker and I am a rising Junior at the University of Denver! I am studying to get my major in Marketing and am the style chair for Delta Zeta at DU. I was born and raised in Denver, Colorado and love every second of living here. I have a french bulldog named Stella and she is the light of my life! I also love fashion, food, and of course weddings.
Meet Stephanie! She will be interning with us for the 2017 summer season 🙂
All About Me
Hi! I’m Stephanie Rudolph and I’m currently a sophomore at Carthage College in Kenosha, Wisconsin. I’m working on my bachelor’s degree in Public Relations. While at school I am very busy with wind orchestra, and the Rock Climbing club, which I am the president of. I was born and raised in Colorado, growing up in Arvada. My family means a lot to and I would not be able to do any of the things I do without them. I love food, exploring the Denver area, my dog Maverick, the state of Colorado and going on hikes.
Luckily, I have spent quite a bit of time out of the country. I have been to Mexico, Canada, Finland, Germany, Austria, Italy, Greece, and at least 25 states. I would love to study abroad and I am currently working on doing so. I have never been to France, but Paris is the first place on my travel bucket list. I think I could live in Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World. I love to travel but there is no place like Colorful Colorado.
I am very passionate about love. Weddings are a physical representation of love which is why I want to be a part weddings on a daily basis. My mother and father were high school sweethearts so love was a very important part of my childhood. I am obsessed with wedding planning and have 16 wedding related boards on Pinterest. I am so excited for this summer internship experience with A Vintage Affair and gaining the knowledge I need to become a successful wedding planner.
Megan and Steve’s wedding was absolutely stunning! This video from Films About Love really captures the day and their love for one another perfectly!
Meet Brittany! She will be interning with us for the 2017 summer season 🙂
Hi! My name is Brittany Ann Pierce and I am currently going to be a senior at Colorado State University, studying communications. I was raised in Eaton, CO. I also work for the CSU football team and just turned 21 at the beginning of April. My favorite color is pink (but not hot pink, has to be baby pink). I have my own dog and his name is Dually and he is a 2 year old yellow lab. Also, my family is the biggest part of my life and are my biggest supporters.
I have been to many places within the states and out of the country as well. Traveling is something that is a passion to me and I strive to make my way around the world. I am currently studying abroad in Rome, Italy and it is the best decision I have ever made. Getting to experience different culture and be immersed in it for months is an opportunity everyone should take.
When I walk into an empty room, I can picture exactly how I think it should look with decorations, colors, design, etc. A wedding should be one of the best days of someone’s life and to be able to make that dream day come true for someone is amazing. Also, weddings are a special time when people come together for love and that rare occasion should be celebrated in the best way possible. I’m very excited to see where this journey takes me and to be a part of such a great opportunity.