There’s a patriotic buzz in the air this week, and so it’s fitting that I’ve chosen to share this Keystone, Colorado wedding with you. This group of Marines celebrated in the base area of Keystone Resort called River Run Village. Photos are courtesy of Studio Kiva, and is headed up by longtime locals Katie and Victor Girtman.
The little ones are an important part of the family and are great to incorporate into your wedding ceremony. These two youngsters are doing a great job!
A flower decorated arch was placed in the Quaking Aspen Amphitheatre, and according to the Warren Station website, “ is located to the south of the WS. This permanent outdoor facility hosts weddings, children’s theatre, and the occasional concert or reception site during the summer months. The Quaking Aspen seats 180 maximum and can host 210 standing. It has minimal electrical capacities.”
The bridesmaids carried red, orange and green bouquets that made for a unified bold look as the couple exchanged their vows.
The arch was also decorated with red and orange colors to carry the theme and color palette selected for this Rocky Mountain wedding.
There are many bridges with trees and mountains as backdrops in Summit County, so much that capturing dramatic mountain wedding imagery is pretty easy. It’s making sure you have the right person using the right equipment to ensure the highest quality prints possible.
Love this one!
Decorating the cake to match the flowers and decor is a great way to personalize your event. But, the real question is, are you going to have a cake, cupcakes, or dessert table?
This article was written by Stacy