Mar
22

Unique is the best way to describe Liz and Dan's wedding at Lionscrest Manor on June 14th, 2013. They found a way to put a personal touch on their wedding that made it one of a kind. 





Offbeat Ideas

Lego Centerpieces

disposable cameras for guests to capture photos of their lego creations

Lawn Games

hula hoops, jump ropes, bubbles and badminton

"Endor In Spring" Wedding Cake

custom cake stand complete with LEGO mini-figure Ewoks

Han Solo and Princess Leia Garter

Liz and her mom created a one of a kind garter






Menu from Greens Point Catering


Passed HorsD'oeuvres 

Cinnamon Sugar Ricotta Donuts

Vanilla French Toast Kabobs

with Strawberries and maple syrup


Brunch Buffet

Egg Scramble

traditional with chives

Assorted Breakfast Breads

danishes, muffins, whipped butter and preserves

Raspberry Stuffed French Toast 

with wild berry maple syrup and butter

Crepes Florentine

ham, creamy spinach and gruyere


Dessert

S'more Station

Marshmallows

classic chocolate, chocolate crunch bars, chocolate almond bars, and peanut butter cups

chocolate chip cookies and graham crackers



Wedding Cake from Das Meyer

"Endor In Spring"

custom cake stand created by the groom

Strawberry Fields

Cherry Chantilly


Lionscrest Manor Recommended Vendors from this event

Photography- Armitage Photography

Caterer- Greens Point Catering
Decor- Reale Decorating (Tulle and Lights)
DJ- Pure Sounds Productions
Florist- Boulder Blooms

Officiant- Sunflower Weddings & Beyond

Cake- Das Meyer


Daytime Event Timeline

7:00am Arrival and Vendor Set-up

8:30am Guest Arrival

9:00am Ceremony

9:35am Photos and Cocktail Hour

10:40am Open Ballroom Doors for Reception

10:55am Announcement: Bride, Groom and Party

11:00am Buffet Opens

12:00pm Toasts

12:15pm Cake Cutting

12:20pm 1st Dance

12:20pm Family Dances

12:25pm Dance Floor Opens and Lawn Games

12:30pm S'mores Station Opens

1:30pm Garter and Bouquet Toss

2:55pm Send-off

3:00pm Reception Ends





 


Jun
18

We all know that wedding photos are an irreplaceable part of your special day. Photos help us to look back on the day for years to come and reflect on the complete true love story. Every now and again some stories are truly remarkable and leave you breathless! These photos I have pulled together are from some of our past weddings and all I can say is, WOW! The artistry from these photographers are unbelievable.

 

Thank you to all of the photographers for their hard work, amazing talents and dedication to the craft of wedding photography. You make all of us look so good!

 

Want the full story? Click on the links below to see the industry blogs for these special events. 

 

Kern Photography- Mary and Aaron

 

 

 

 

 

Two One Photography- Kit and Kendall

 

 

 

 

Tom K Photo- Justine and Kyle

 

 

 

 Elegant Images-  Kaitlyn and Jon (image 1) Katie and Zach (image 2)

 

 

 Broxton Art- Kassie and Todd

 


 

 Jared Wilson Photography- Angie and Jonathan

 

 


May
17

Mother Nature is a fickle lady! Our weddings this spring have been getting a taste of her moods swings. No matter what the weather forecast one thing is true, love conquers all!

 

Here are photo highlights from some of our April weddings...

 

Lauren and Tristan- Photos by Elegant Images Photography

To read more about this event and to view additional photos click here

 

 

 

Amy and Josh- Photos by Armitage Photography

To see more photos from this event and to like them on facebook click here.

 

 

 

Emily and Charlie- Photos by Photography G

To view more photos from this event and to like them on facebook click here

 

 

 

 

Marissa and Jason- Photos by Elegant Images Photography

To read more about this event and to view additional photos click here

 


May
01

 

A note from Benjamin with Alive Studios...

 

Alive Studios initially met Beth and Jake at a wedding show held at
Lionscrest Manor, where they eventually choose to have the wedding.  From
the moment we met the couple, I knew working with them would be amazing.  We
choose an old abandon train yard for their engagement shoot, which turned
out to be perfect.  Beth's red hair  and the fall colors worked wonderfully,
and Jake seemed totally at home amongst the ancient trains.  It was during
this initial shoot that we started to see the magic love between Jake and
Beth.  One of two of the images made it directly to our portfolio.

 

 



Early spring storms threatened Beth's desire for an outdoor ceremony, and

Jake even volunteered to help Lionscrest Manor clear the snow if possible.  But

that wasn't necessary, as mother nature blessed the couple with a beautiful
weekend in-between two massive storms.  A sixty degree day with light winds
and beautiful sun allowed us to be outside for all of the photos, as well as
the ceremony.  Working at Lionscrest in the spring is such a delight, and as
you can see from the photos, Beth and Jake were feeling it for sure.  An
amazing ceremony with wonderful people supporting them, perfect weather, and
love everywhere!  Later, up on the bluff above the Manor, Beth and Jake
celebrated their first few moments of being married while capturing a number

of exquisite photos as the sun slid down behind the mountains.

 

Back inside for a totally rocking party, amazing food, and excellent music.

Alive Studios thoroughly enjoyed the details which Beth obviously though
about; from amazing color coordination and decorations to unique touches of
class.  A truly excellent wedding all around, and the beginning of a
wonderful life of marriage for Beth and Jake!

 

 

 

 

 

Passed Hors D'oeuvres
Bacon and Chicken Bites tempura fried with a Sriracha ranch dip
Deviled Egg traditional
Meatballs chipotle cream and pumpkin seeds

Dinner Buffet
Rustic Rolls butter
Garden Salad mixed greens with seasonal vegetables
Herbed Chicken with rosemary cream sauce
Mashed Potatoes roasted garlic
Roasted Seasonal Vegetable Medley

Photos provided by - Alive Studios