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Connie Whitlock has a way with weddings that speaks directly to your heart. Take Anne and Ryan’s glamorous outdoor ranch celebration as evidence, because every single detail is downright lovable. Don’t believe me? See it all for yourself in The Vault!
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From Connie Whitlock… From Being from New York City, Anne and Ryan wanted open spaces and sprawling mountain views for the backdrop for their wedding. Devil’s Thumb Ranch is situated on 6,000 acres of flowering meadows and lush woodlands with the ceremony and reception location at the base of some stunning peaks on the property. As guests arrived, they were immediately greeted by the expansive views. The couple exchanged vows under a floral covered pergola facing open horse pasture and watercolored, lush, blue and green mountains – surrounded by family and friends from all over the country. As guests made their way up to the outdoor cocktail hour, they enjoyed libations and passed hor d’oeuvres while enjoying the views and the perfect weather that day. The reception barn was softened with floor to ceiling draping on the columns, and the head table was a long exposed wood table that sat the entire bridal party. The bride and groom sat on chairs adorned with frames containing childhood photos of themselves. Guests found their seats one handwritten magnolia leaves as escort cards, and sat at round, silk covered tables on elegant crossback chairs surrounding the bride and groom. Large barn doors that were opened during dining allowed for everyone to continue enjoying the views as they ate and danced the night away.
From the Bride… Ryan and I wanted a weekend celebration in a classically Colorado setting – Devil’s Thumb Ranch was a no brainer. Not only is it stunningly gorgeous, most of our guests stayed on the property and were able to enjoy days full of fly fishing and horseback riding. It was really important to us that we maximize our time with friends and family and because no one had to deal with transportation, we were able to do that. We organized a group hike, a welcome celebration at the Pavillion with corn hole and plenty to eat and drink, and of the course, the wedding itself. For the wedding, we wanted it to feel “Colorado” – not like we were somewhere else. It had a rustic elegance and included touches such as Magnolia leaves for escort cards, birch wood as center pieces, and Mountain inspired table names. We also wanted to incorporate a ton of greenery throughout the ceremony and reception space to give a natural and organic feeling. Overall, it was absolutely the best weekend of our lives.
Photography: Connie Whitlock | Cinematography : Red Mountain Productions | Event Planner: JA Special Events | Floral Design: Statice Floral | Invitations: Minted | Ceremony Venue: Devil's Thumb Ranch | Reception Venue: Devil's Thumb Ranch | Shoes: Stuart Weitzmen | Bridesmaids' Dresses: Joanna August | Band: Raising Cain | Ties: The Tie Bar | Chair Rental: Charming Chairs | Dress Boutique: a&be bridal shop | Dress Designer: Rue De Seine | Getting Ready Robes: Plum Pretty Sugar | Hairpiece: anna be bridal boutique | Linens: Linen Hero | Photobooth: Ear 2 Ear
Saying “I do” in Aspen is meant to be amazing, but saying “I do” in the exact spot you had your very first date? Magical. Which is why Michelle and Andrew spent weekend after weekend diving into clean up projects to make their meaningful locale all their own. The results? A drop-dead gorgeous soiree planned to perfection by Bluebird Productions with amazing details throughout. See it all captured by Becky Schwartz here in THE VAULT.
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From Bluebird Productions… Michelle and Andrew are truly some of the sweetest people (and most IN LOVE people) we’ve come across! Their wedding was a perfect labor of love. They chose to get married in Aspen as Andrew was raised here and, as a couple, they have spent a ton of time in the Aspen area together. Their wedding was at the Smuggler Mine, a historic mine that is a huge part of Andrew’s family history in the area. The moment they got engaged, they immediately knew they wanted to get married there. Their first date was even at the mine (a tour of the mine!!). For them, it was the perfect venue: unique, rugged but elegant, has expansive and amazing fews, has great meaning and history for them and is the most authentic “Aspen” venue one can find.
From the Bride… We spend countless Saturdays at the Mine doing various clean up and building projects- planting flowers, building the arbor, painting fences, and laying gravel. I wouldn’t trade these memories for anything. It made our wedding day feel so magical because we built the magic that our guests felt at our ceremony. We were sharing with them a piece of our lives that means so much to us, and I loved that.
Photography: B. Schwartz Photography | Wedding Planner: Bluebird Productions | Floral Design: Prema Style | Wedding Dress: Watters | Ceremony Venue: Smuggler Mine | Reception Venue: The Viceroy | Bridesmaids' Dresses: Revolve Clothing | Hair: M Salon | Groom's Attire: Thomas James | Ceremony Music: Natalie Spears | Painter: Jenny Lou Art | Paper: Tasha R | Rentals: Premier Party Rentals | Wedding Ring: Hadley's House Of Diamonds