A New Year, A New Beginning for Summit Mountain Weddings

New Beginnings for Summit Mountain Weddings This post is about transition and change. It’s about the new start for Summit and Vail Mountain Weddings. What started as an opportunity to share photos and tips for destination weddings and elopements in the Breck and Vail area, has now begun to outgrow it’s pot. It’s like a Read the full article…

5 Scenic Drives in the Colorado High Country

Take a Drive in the Rocky Mountains Not everyone is super active, and we understand that. Sometimes it’s good to be able to get in the car and explore the mountains with a good group of friends. Or, maybe you need a solo mission to get away for a few hours. Whatever your reason is, Read the full article…

Colorado Wedding Venues: Avon & Eaglevail Pavilions

Harry A. Nottingham Park Pavilion Vail Valley Wedding Package We are always finding out about different options for Summit County and Vail Valley, and that includes Colorado Wedding Venues, the Town of Avon’s Harry A. Nottingham Park Pavilion and the EagleVail Pavilion. Just west of Vail proper are a string of smaller villages and towns Read the full article…

Using Workflowy and Online Tools to Plan Your Destination Wedding

Planning a wedding requires organizing lots of people and details, so that’s why I wrote today’s post about Using Workflowy and Online Tools to Plan Your Destination Wedding. No matter how small the wedding, there’s always something important to keep track of. We used Minigroup while running Petal and Bean and coordinating flowers and planning. Read the full article…

5 Tips for Using Hashtags at Weddings

At Summit Mountain Weddings we like to keep our followers up on the current details of wedding in the area through our blog and now our very own Instagram page! If you attend a wedding in Summit County this summer, use the hashtag #breckwedding or if you not actually in Breck but close (like Keystone, Copper, Vail, Read the full article…

[planning Tip] Have A Back Up Plan for Any Outdoor Portions of Your Destination Wedding

If there’s anything I want to share one thing over and over again when it comes to mountain weddings is to “Have a back up plan for any outdoor portions of your destination wedding.”  More than likely it will rain.  And get windy.  So, to keep guests comfortable, it helps to plan ahead and have Read the full article…

Why Choose A Destination Wedding? Tips and Advice From Invitation Designer Stephanie Mckean of Pier 9 Designs. [guest Blog]

Why choose a Destination Wedding?  When my husband and I first starting planning our wedding and the idea of having a destination wedding came to mind, we immediately started thinking about the expense.  So then our thoughts went back to thinking about a traditional wedding.   Hmmm….  This really got us to thinking.  We knew we Read the full article…

How to Create A Secret Board on Pinterest and Keep Your Wedding Details Private

Pinterest?  Hopefully by now, you have signed up for Pinterest and have started finding inspiration for your next home, the kitchen and even your furry friend.  But, how do you pin ideas for your wedding without giving everything away?  Well, there are now, shhhh, secret boards.  Yep, they just released access to three boards that Read the full article…

The Winter Begins in Breckenridge, Colorado

Everyday I see the eager beavers and die hards walk by carrying their skis, their boards, some wearing brand new gear, while other gear is old and tattered.  I say good for them.  I’ve gone up early season in years past, and probably will be soon (just to get the legs back), but take my Read the full article…

{ Engagement } Shala + Chris at Breckenridge, Colorado

In today’s blog, we’re sharing photos of an engagement session with Jesse Starr Photography.  Jesse wandered around downtown Breckenridge for a few photos, then headed up into the hills to capture the couple with a dramatic mountain backdrop.  We are already starting with work with couples for next summer, and we’re on the books for Read the full article…