I love the fall season and everything that comes with it, the brief Colorado foliage, the crisp air, and breaking out all the scarves of course. This year I got to kick off my October with an amazing, fall Colorado wedding. One that I am very excited to share it with you all. When I first met the couple at hand, Eryn and Sean Hughey, I knew right away that their special day was not only going to be FUN, but beautiful as well. The newlyweds decided on the perfect outdoor location at Devil’s Thumb Ranch, a scenic venue just near Winter Park, Colorado.
With a beautiful string quartet playing as the bride approached her gorgeous outdoor ceremony, Eryn looked absolutely radiant. With a big smile on her face, she bravely walked down the long aisle to her soon-to-be husband. The couple decided to have a special Celtic hand-biding ceremony, as well as reading their own unique vows aloud to one another. They exchanged rings and words underneath a beautiful, romantic chandelier. Eryn looked breathtaking in her long elegant dress and gorgeous orange bouquet, which contained a small silver locket holding a photograph of her loving father in honor of his memory.
Julie Gambrell, of Classic Creations did a fabulous job with both planning and styling this fantastic rustic wedding. Julie always seems to be full of creative and inspiring ideas, as well as helpful wedding tips! The idea behind this wedding was a “restoration hardware” inspiration, with white linens, wrought iron, and wood with color accents. The reception room had a classic, yet comfortable & vintage feel to it. The wedding colors of orange, marigold, and burgundy matched perfectly with the natural fall colors of Colorado. The flowers, done by Bella Fiori looked fantastic, I loved the flowers placed in the cowboy boot! Guests had a ball dancing to the DJ and repeatedly toasting Eryn and Sean, but only after visiting the amazing desert table, filled with cupcakes, candies, cookies, and other fabulous treats.
Eryn, a nurse at Children’s Hospital in the Operating Room, and Sean a District Attorney for Arapahoe County, both love to travel, explore and master the art of BBQ. They stay busy with their three dogs, and are excited to start a family of their own. I can’t wait to photograph you two and your new addition someday 🙂
I just have to say thank you to Eryn & Sean for allowing me to photograph your amazing and unforgettable wedding day.