I’ll let you in on a secret. Lake Dillon isn’t really a lake. It’s actually a reservoir, containing the drainages of three streams. The Snake comes from Keystone, the Blue comes from Breckenridge, and Ten Mile Creek travels from Copper Mountain. Buildings were moved, houses were relocated, and the area that is filled with water is what you see.
You can kayak on this lake, mountain bike and trail run on the trails near the edge or even take a water taxi or create a pontoon parade like we did.
If you need an invite to Pinterest, send us a tweet and we’ll hook you up! It’s a great way to create inspiration boards to plan your wedding, and we’ve even started a board dedicated to the guys, part of our Groom-er outreach. What’s Groom-er? It’s inspiration boards, blogs and resources for the the bros. Groom-er. Because it’s not all about her.
Ashley wrote to Petal and Bean saying “Thank you all so much for the wonderful bouquets, corsages, and boutonnieres- they were SO GORGEOUS!!”
Longtime Breckenridge local Gretchen Abernathy has married countless numbers of couples over the years in the various venues and outside wedding ceremony locations in Summit County.
Molly from Cedar House Photography writes:
“Ashley & Marc are old friends from college – Ashley & I met singing in an acappella group! Their wedding was on a gorgeous fall day overlooking Lake Dillon in Silverthorne, and I was so, so excited to be there. Not only did I get to watch my beautiful friend walk down the aisle to marry a kind, handsome man, I also got to reconnect with some long-lost college friends 🙂 The weather was perfect, the whole day was so relaxed, and I was thrilled to be a part of it.”
The Silverthorne Pavillion was the decorated using a DIY effort, which turned out great. Candles, and a few Aspen branches were just the right touch.
Photographer: Cedar House Photography
Officiant: Gretchen Abernathy
Personal Flowers: Petal and Bean
Venue: Silverthorne Pavilion
Lodging: The Lodge at Lake Dillon