This rustic mountain wedding in the Rocky Mountains was at the Breckenridge Ski Resort’s Ten Mile Station. A quiet, on-mountain Breckenridge wedding ceremony location and reception venue, is in our backyard, and feels like our ‘home turf’ when compared to all the other large wedding venues in our area.
Photographer, Rachel Olsen, captured the bride and groom throughout the day in part one of our two part series of this real wedding in Summit County, Colorado.
This bridal bouquet was made of Dahlias, Sunflowers, Veronica, Dusty Miller and Fern leaves. We always tell the brides to hold their bouquets at about their belly button, and not up by their chest area. This makes for great pictures, like the one above!
Bridesmaids holding their bouquets, and being where their girlfriend wants them to be, right beside her as she exchanges vows with her best friend. These bouquets had all the same flowers, minus the Dahlias.
The ring bearer pillow above is from the Wedding Blessings. You can learn more by clicking here.
You don’t have to carve into trees anymore, you can now have an eco-friendly way to leave your mark on a piece of wood. We’ve personalized a number of events with this easy-to-do etching of the couple’s initials on birch bark.
Ten Mile Station [breckenridge.com]
Rachel Olsen Photography [rachelolsenphotography.com]