A destination wedding at Dunton Hot Springs, Colorado? Um, sign me up please! This is one of those affairs where the guests are just as happy (read: beaming from ear to ear) as the Bride and Groom. And with reason. This wedding weekend was chock full of family time by the fire, leisurely dips in the hot springs, oh and a gorgeous wedding captured by Jenna Walker Photographers. The paper goods designed by the Bride who also happens to be the mastermind behind A Day in May Design, the fresh-picked florals by Siempre Flores, all the moments in between caught on film by Jenna, it's a destination knock-out. And you can see the full totally-going-to-make-you-jealous-that-you-are-sitting-at-work-and-not-in-a-hot-spring-in-Colorado affair right here.
From Jenna of Jenna Walker Photographers... Lesley and Pablo were married at Dunton Hot Springs, an old Colorado ghost town turned luxury resort. Surrounded by 35 of their family and friends — half of whom hailed from Argentina — it was a destination weekend through and through. Sightings of guests traipsing in around in their bathrobes after a soak in the hot springs were common. This was a weekend chock full of activity — bikes and horseshoes and campfires. The views were rivaled only by the aesthetic particulars that Lesley inherently pays close eye to, given that she is the principal designer for the Manhattan-based graphic firm, A Day in May. The saloon-style reception was balanced with the soft floral arrangements that played into Colorado's natural beauty and by paper products created by Lesley. The weekend is what every wedding should be — one of togetherness.
Wedding Photography: Jenna Walker Photographers / Wedding Venue: Dunton Hot Springs in Dolores, Colorado / Floral Design: Siempre Flores / Wedding Invitations, Calligraphy + Printed Pieces: A Day in May Design (The Bride's Company) / Pies: Dunton Hot Springs / Wedding Dress: Vera Wang