This wedding feeds into a love of romantic, pastel details and bold, gilded, sequin ones too. If you’re anything like me you adore all of the above and to see a wedding that can execute the entire spectrum of color and hue is true magic. But even more magical is a photographer that can capture the beauty of a soft pink invitation paired next to an image that’s all about gold and white chevron sequin linens. It’s not an easy match-up but Brumley & Wells didn’t skip a beat. The images are beyond, the couple stunning and every last detail has me wanderlusting for some good ol’ gallery time. Do so right here.
From the Bride… My husband and I wanted our wedding day to honor God and for all our family and friends to be able to celebrate our love. Jase grew up in Oklahoma and has family all over from New York to Alaska, while I am a Colorado native. We met at our church in downtown Denver almost 2 yeas ago and became best friends. It wasn’t until six months later that we decided to start dating and we knew that what we shared was something special. Seven months later, he proposed in the most romantic way I could have ever imagined!
We decided to have a November wedding in Colorado so we felt a classic, romantic vision with a rich color palette of blush pink and gold tones would fit perfectly. The weather in Colorado is so unpredictable, so we knew that our wedding day could be filled with snow or with shine and either one we would love. The bridesmaids all wore different styles of dresses choosing from the pink and gold color palette while all the groomsmen wore grey tuxedos and black bow ties. Jase, of course had to add his special touch, so he arranged all the groomsmen to wear Air Jordans! My wedding dress was all lace fitting with the romantic vision and Jase wore a pink bow tie that we found on Etsy from a shop in France.
It turned out to be a gorgeous fall day in Denver, so the pictures began at the Brown Palace then moved to a historic courthouse and afterwards we were able finish them at one of our favorite parks Cheeseman Park.The wedding ceremony was at the church we initially met at in Denver and we asked one of our mutual friends to marry us. The ceremony fully encompassed our love story and how God completely ordained it from the beginning.We wrote our own vows to one another and Jase washed my feet as a symbol of wanting to serve me in our marriage just as Jesus did for the disciples.
The reception was at Pinehurst Country Club which was a great size for the guest list and the flowers and decorations at the reception were absolutely lovely. Jessica from A Vintage Affair rentals brought in so many amazing touches to the reception from the amazing cake table filled with several different cakes from Whole Foods Market, a photo booth area with gorgeous blush pink chairs, the guest card table covered with a chevron gold and white sequin table cloth, and a creative guest book. The dance floor was completely packed the entire night which was one our very favorite memories! I cant thank Jessica Strong from A Vintage Affair Rentals for styling my wedding and Annie and Jacob Brooks from Brumley and Wells enough for all their creativity and hard work. Our wedding day was everything we could have dreamed of!
Wedding Photography: Brumley & Wells / Ceremony Venue: Pathways Church in Denver, Colorado / Reception Venue: Pinehurst Country Club in Denver, Colorado / Wedding Styling + Vintage Rentals: A Vintage Affair Events + Rentals / Floral Design: a florae / Wedding Cake: Whole Foods Market / DJ: A Music Plus / Wedding Dress: Tara Keeley via Blue Bridal Boutique / Bridesmaids’ Dresses: Forever 21, Ann Taylor, BCBG , Ruche, ASOS, Nordstrom, Piperlime + Modcloth / Hair: Gwen Furones of Blondies / Makeup: Kelsey Zabawa Makeup Artistry / Groom + Groomsmen’s Tuxes: Vera Wang Black via Men’s Wearhouse / Linens: La Tavola Linen