Enjoy these images of a yellow and gray Colorado wedding. They are a testament that you can do whatever you want on your big day. Don’t be afraid to stand out! Choose the colors your heart desires and run with it. If it’s your vision then it’s unique and beautiful, just like you, and must be used. Stick to your guns and make it happen. (Images are courtesy of Urban Safari Photography)
Last year, hundreds of brides walked through our facility. Making contacts with our local vendors offering services in beauty, floral, catering, photography, and more. This is an excellent chance to ask your initial planning questions and make appointments. It also gives you a chance to poke around the SteamPlant and see what we have to offer you for your wedding day.
Jessica & Daniel | September 1st | Salida, Colorado
From the bride:
“Salida was the first place we went camping together, and the place we always returned to every summer to camp and mountain bike. Plus, the collegiate peaks are stunning, and we wanted our guests to experience a part of Colorado that not many tourists see.
We wanted to keep it simple yet unique and focus more on creating a weekend of memories and experiences. We tried to marry vintage with rustic. We chose floral arrangements that were filled with different shades of greens and lots of texture to evoke a more earthy feel. We kept coming back to the motto of keep it simple and make the experience as fun as possible.”
Check out Jessica and Daniel’s SteamPlant Wedding (and the amazing photos) featured on February 20th in Colorado Weddings Magazine Blog. Log on to their website at: http://coweddingsmag.com/?s=love+and+fireworks+in+salida
Honeymoons are necessary to enjoy a little alone time together before you brave this new world of marriage. And the planning process for the rehearsal, ceremony and reception should also include the honeymoon. You and your hubby-to-be deserve to relax together after this big life change. Remember to think about what is most important…your happiness as a couple.
I have attached a few photos here to get you started. The top photo is of the warm waters of Greece. And the second, the beautiful landscape of Scotland. For more intriguing ideas visit the SteamPlant’s Pinterest page.
I’ve talked to a few brides who recently said “YES” on Christmas Day. Congratulations!
Now is the time to search for a venue and a photographer for engagement photos. I’ve got the venue for you :) And, here are a few great ideas to get the creative photo juices flowing! Which theme works best for you and your soon-to-be-hubby?
Whichever theme displays the true personality of your relationship is sure to be a photo you will frame and hang in your home together. A photo to make you smile for years to come.
Check out these beautiful and intricate combs for your upcoming wedding. I came upon this website http://www.weddingideasmag.com and had to share it with you. I hope to see a few of these exquisite items on brides this spring and summer!