Winter Styled Shoot - Snowy Colorado Wedding, Part 2

Alright, who's ready for the romance?!

This is part two of our gorgeous Granby Ranch winter styled shoot - by night. Our beautiful fireside reception was full of warm, candlelit details, cozy textures and fizzy champagne (duh!). It was so much fun to plan and design for this shoot! For part one which included some playful mountain shots, click here

Enjoy!

Thank you to these fabulous wedding vendors for their collaboration and contribution to this shoot:

Venue:  - Granby Ranch
Granby Ranch was hand picked for this shoot, and I must say, we were patting ourselves on the back for a job well done. Boasting a cozy lodge and spectacular, breathtaking views, Granby Ranch is just what so many mountain brides are looking for. Plus, the genuine and helpful care from the staff is icing on this glorious, snowy cake.

Photographer: Chris Loring Photography
Chris is lovely and kind and it only takes a few minutes to see her true passion for weddings and photography bubble over. I loved they way she thought through every decision from the lens (ha!) of her art. She made us all better designers, planners, florists, etc because of it, and I am sure her brides feel the same. 

Floral Design: Love Letters Floral Design
Holly is creativity at its finest. Her lovely bouquets are truly a work of art, and she isn't afraid to be adventurous and try new things. Case in point: this wintery bridal bouquet incorporated some usual suspects (to-die-for peonies, white ranunculus, and cotton) with a surprising pop of homemade peppermint bark!

Wedding Dress: a&be
I didn't want to leave a&be after spending an afternoon there assembling the bridal look. Not only does natural light pour in through each window, the shop is also on-point and unassuming and lovely. Bonus: you'll find dresses here hand crafted in the United States.

Papers: Blue Ink Studios
Haley from Blue Ink Studios did a masterful job on all of our paper goods! She hand drew a menu, place cards, invitation, reply card, envelope and signage. All were printed on delicious and uber thick paper. Bravo!

Rentals (flatware and candlesticks): UltraPom Event Rentals
Carolyn at Ultra Pom is a family friend of my husband's and I was so excited when she decided to join us for this shoot. Her eye for design trickles over into every piece she acquires. She provided the flatware and mis-matched candlesticks for this shoot. 

Table Rental: Old Wood Soul
Old Wood Soul is a newlywed team who hand crafts these beautiful farmhouse tables from re-claimed wood. The table featured in this shoot is the high plains drifter, crafted from planks that were once snow drift guards in Eastern Colorado.

Cupcakes: Goldmine Cupcakes
Sara at Goldmine Cupcakes creates artful, delicious cupcakes. To match our winter theme, she brought along flavors including Cinnamon Spice, Diamond White and Choconilla.

Hair and Makeup: Kari Jordan
We commissioned Kari to give our bride a look that was playful, romantic and yet relate-able. She translated these adjectives into a beautiful a soft look that we were proud to share.

Bridal Accessories: EMY Bridal Designs
When Liz came on board with our shoot, she provided us with oodles of glittery goodness. It was so hard to choose! In the end we landed on a beautiful head piece and wonderfully detailed belt for our bride.

Event Planning and Design: Me!