A black tie affair in the mountains of Colorado is basically a recipe for pretty. It’s shabby meets the chic, and a mashup of everything we love abut the wedding world most. And when Soiree Telluride and New Leaf Design just so happen to be the driving forces behind every element of lovely — well, it’s no wonder we heart this gallery of Chowen Photography’s captures so. Have a looksy right here!
From Chowen Photography… This was just the perfect wedding. Kyle and Emily had a black tie affair in the majestic mountains of Colorado. Just a few miles outside of Telluride at the bride’s parents’ private family ranch. They had guest come from all over the country for this destination wedding. It was a beautiful wedding and so much fun. The bride got ready at the ranch and the groom got ready in Telluride. The ceremony took place in a gorgeous field outside the home and the reception tent was right next to it so that the guests could have fun….and fun they had. It was a very meaningful ceremony followed by a very joyful reception filled with lots of love and laughter. These families were so close and had the most amazing family bonds. It was the most wonderful day and we were so honored to be a part of it! They even brought out masks for the formal announcement into the reception. They also changed into Luchesse cowboy boots for the reception as well. The perfect black tie Colorado wedding.
Photography: Chowen Photography | Cinematography: Godu Productions | Wedding Dress: Reem Acra | Floral Design: New Leaf Design | Invitations: Bella Figura | Bride's Shoes: Manolo Blahnik | Hair: Bliss Salon | Groom's Suit: Armani | Officiant: Pastor Tree Cooper, The Alpine Chapel | Ceremony Music: Telluride String Trio | Bridemaids' Dresses: Amsale | Catering + Cake: The Butcher and the Baker | Cocktail Music: Grass It Up | Groom's Tie: Lanvin | Headpiece: Carolina Herrera | Makeup: Carmen Wolcott | Reception Music: DJ Harry | Venue: Private Ranch | Wedding Planning: Soiree TellurideAmsale is a member of our Look Book. For more information on how members are chosen, click here.