Colorful Colorado Weddings- This year is shaping up to be one full of vibrant colors, far away travelers and funky style. Wedding planners worldwide predicted that this year would be filled with copycat weddings striving to match the formality of the Royal Wedding and mod glam of Kim Kardashian’s 20 million dollar swanky soiree. Instead, what we are finding is that couples are much more interested in creating fun and unique weddings that focus on family, friends and their own life story. There is no rule book for these events, they are open to fresh ideas and trying something that has not been done before. They don’t want to be a cookie cutter couples, they want to be matrimonial pioneers! Here are a few weddings that we have enjoyed and broken the mold in their own way.
Milena and  Mike – April 22nd, 2012
Photos provided by Bright Boy Photography
Flowers and Additional Photos from Fluerish Design
Tuxes are so two thousand and eleven! Mike and his groomsmen rocked it out in skater shorts and Milena’s maids were truly stunning in jewel tone shades from head to toe.



Kit and Kendall – May 6th, 2012
As a wedding vendor herself, Kit knew exactly what she wanted for her Colorful Colorado wedding and did not let a little rain wash away her wedding dream. Her amazing unique flowers, cowboy boots, and succulent favors were just a few touches that she and Kendall added to put their own stamp on the day.
Photos provided by Two One Photography
Flowers provided by Fluerish Design
Cake provided by Intricate Icings



Yuriko and Takeshi – June 5th, 2012
With 13 lucky guests, Yuriko and Takeshi traveled all the way from Japan to say “I Do” at Lionscrest. Family and cultural traditions were still represented with the use of paper cranes and a tea ceremony.
Photos provided by Emily Forsberg Photography