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Boulder Wedding from Angie Wilson Photography

Even though there’s snow on the ground and a chill in the air here on the East Coast, we’re holding onto the fact that today is the first day of Spring. And we can’t think of a better way to celebrate the coming warm months than with a wedding photographed by Angie Wilson that embodies everything fresh and spring-like. Think sunshine, bright punches of florals by Sweet Pea Flowers and a couple as cute as they come. Hop on over to the gallery for even more of this colorful affair.

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From Talia EventsRosie and Darin’s wedding was a mix of tradition and fresh, Colorado-inspired design with a healthy dose of a deep love of their family and friends underlying it all. They were married at a Catholic church in downtown Boulder. Paying homage to their love of family, they said “I do” with their siblings at their sides. Their gaggle of nieces and nephews served as ushers, a flower girl, ring bearer and darling sign bearers in sear sucker vests and pants. Rosie’s veil was a family heirloom; having been worn by her older sisters before her. Bridesmaids wore shifts with adorned necklines—the perfect choice for an early summer wedding day. Guys wore classic grey suits. The bouquets were a textured mix of seasonal flowers that seemed to be picked from the roadside. Rosie’s received lots of compliments for good reason! It was a beautiful combination of soft, summery colors, lots of texture and a bit of succulent whimsy. Following the ceremony, guests made their way to Planet Bluegrass, an outdoor venue with a true Colorado feel. A touch of rain fell mid-cocktails to wish the couple good luck. But no one was deterred, not even a local, bluegrass ensemble made up of friends of the couple. The bride joined in a song with a new fiddle from Darin! Dinner was followed by fresh, local made pies and vanilla ice cream and dancing lasted well into the evening. It was truly a celebration of the two of them, their love for each other and their hometown and for all who joined them that day!

Photography: Angie Wilson Photography | Floral Design: Sweet Pea Flowers | Event Planning: Talia Events | Ceremony Location: Sacred Heart of Jesus, Boulder | Reception Location: Planet Bluegrass | Band: Dressed in Black | Catering: Greenspoint Catering | Cake: Breadworks | Pies: My Mom’s Pies | Photobooth: Boothtastic

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Organic Dinner Photo Shoot from Calluna Events + Megan Newton Photography

This organic styled dinner photo shoot from Calluna Events checks all of the necessary boxes on my list; delicious antipasta, an adorable setting, and a dessert bar from Tee & Cakes that could make your head spin (did you get a load of the potted parfaits? Amazing!). Captured by Megan Newton, the soft grey and vibrant yellow colour palette set against the rustic elements at this incredible restaurant with pops of pretty florals by Boulder Blooms is a fabulous approach, and one I don’t think I’ll ever tire of. Per usual, the gallery musn’t be missed!

From Calluna Events… One of Heather, from Calluna Events’, favorite spots in Boulder, Colorado is The Kitchen; a local restaurant that infuses modern simplicity with an organic twist. Heather thought it would be an incredible spot for a style shoot and provided the right mix of contemporary and warmth. The décor of the restaurant features metal and grey tones with large floor to ceiling windows, balanced by exposed brick and wooden tables. Their organic ‘farm-to-table’ philosophy and rustic-chic atmosphere was the perfect setting 

We wanted to capture the natural, radiant beauty of Boulder, while highlighting a more contemporary aesthetic that is sometimes overlooked in our Rocky Mountain Front Range locale. The striking contrast of golden, sunshiny yellows against the steely grays of the Kitchen’s decor was the perfect backdrop the rich textures of the flowers. We chose highly textural blooms such as anemones, ranunculus and craspedia to evoke a natural style. Accents of steel grey botanicals, such as dusty miller, pussy willow and tiny succulents, helped to emphasize the more urban aspects of the decor.

When designing the dessert bar we were immediately inspired by the vibrant color palette and organic items like lemons and faux bois. Sugar cookies were decorated like lemon slices, macaroons looked bright and sophisticated with the yellow, light pink, and metallic accents.  We used chocolate faux bois discs on the minis and even made cake parfaits to resemble cedar trees.  Chocolate whoopie pies rounded out the menu to add a bit of homestyle comfort to the set-up. The cake acted as a focal point with simple, clean and modern lines.  

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Photography: Megan Newton Photography | Event Styling and Design: Calluna Events | Florals,  Decor + Favors: Boulder Blooms | Desserts, Cakes + Printed Materials: Tee and Cakes | Dress: Anna Be | Jewelry: Todd Reed | Venue: The Kitchen

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Colorado Farm Wedding from Angie Wilson Photography

It always brings a smile to our face when a couple incorporates their pooch into their big day. And from the looks of this charming Colorado soiree, the sweet pup isn’t the only one on cloud nine. This adorable twosome crafted a gorgeous outdoor affair full of playful details (complete with lots of fun neon shades) that totally set the stage for an evening of all out enjoyment. Photographed by the lovely Angie Wilson, this wedding is as lovely as it is lighthearted. Now, top it all of with a sea of sweets and you have a one pretty party that will leave you grinning from ear to ear. You can see all of this rustic romance right here in the gallery.

From the Bride… Wedding planning aside, our wedding was exactly what we wanted–fun, unique and full of love. After Whitney (of Wit and Wiley) helped focus our vision, it was all about the details. A small farm setting, Frog Belly Farm, was the perfect mix of outdoor, rural and one-of-a-kind. After passing under our “Happiness Starts Here” flags, our ceremony was out in the pasture with the Flatirons as the backdrop– it was a clear, quiet and beautiful day. From the arched seating, DIY ceremony flags and neon sunglass favors, the ceremony started off our night of fun. One of the most important things to us was that our guests have fun. We had a game area for cocktail hour that included ring toss, corn hole, giant jenga, hula hoops, bubbles and horse shoes, not to mention the fabulous food and a super fun photo booth. Dinner was outside of the barn and had the perfect romantic feel. Guests were escorted to large wooden farm tables by little farm animals painted gold. The tables were draped with a burlap runner, lots of candles and large bottles of wine. The candles were quite the project: burlap, twine and ribbon embellishments were wrapped around all of the candles! It was a lot of work, but definitely worth it. The food was served family-style and all of the plating was white and square. Our “treats” station was set on an old farm cart and included some handmade dessert stands (upside cup glued to a plate anyone?). Along with more candles, our personalized napkins and absolutely delicious desserts, this was also another amazing part if the night. Desserts included: cherry pie on a stick, strawberry cream cheese bites, vanilla and chocolate mini cupcakes. Our band was also amazing. A large dance floor (complete with hot pink duct tape instructions to DANCE) in the barn housed our live music and lots of dancing. Outside was a fire pit, s’more station and three foot sparklers. Regardless of it being my own, it was by far the most fun wedding I’ve ever been to. It was perfect and I wish I could do it all again!!

Photography: Angie Wilson Photography / Ceremony + Reception Venue: Frog Belly Farm, Longmont, Colorado / Event Planner + Floral Design: Whitney Hardin of Wit and Wiley / Catering : Bradford Heap Catering / Desserts: Melissa Cambre / Wedding Dress: Kathryn Elizabeth via The Bridal Collection / Make up: Nicole Saucedo / Hair: Jessie Peterson with the Scarlet Salon / Music: Jon Wirtz

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