We are so honored to have recently been selected as one of the Top 3 Wedding Planning Firms in Denver, Colorado. https://threebestrated.com/wedding-planners-in-denver-co
We are thankful to the many wonderful clients we have had over the years who are at the core of our business, and reputation. We could not have done it without you!
Are you planning a Colorado wedding for 2017, 2018 or even 2019? We would love to hear about it and see how we can help with design, planning, and coordination. Save the Date Events is a premier wedding and event planning firm based in Denver and providing unparalleled service across Colorado including Denver, Colorado Springs, Boulder, Fort Collins, Estes Park, Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, Aspen, Snowmass, Steamboat, Winter Park, Tabernash, Crested Butte, Glenwood Springs, and Telluride.
And remember, Save the Date! does more than weddings! We can also help with the design and planning of corporate events, both business and social, as well as nonprofit fundraisers and galas.
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With the summer days coming to an end and fall on the horizon, it’s hard to not reminisce of Leslie and Andrew’s wedding. Their wedding was all about embracing autumn mountain elements while also incorporating their fun personalities in every detail
They chose Ten Mile Station in Breckenridge as the base for their day. This location was such a perfect choice for the hip snowboarding-loving couple. The day was beautiful, the leaves were the perfect shades of gold and orange and the details of the day came together beautifully.
The bride and groom created some of our favorite details by hand! The escort card display was created by the groom and designed after gondola ski lift cars. Each table was named for different ski runs on the mountain with cute placemats made by the bride. Their guest book was even a custom-designed snowboard for guests to sign.
After their fun, heartwarming ceremony, guests enjoyed hot toddies, playing the custom-made corn hole set (yes, again, made by the groom!), and dinner with views of the mountains surrounding them. The night was finished off with a delicious selection of pie and so much dancing.
This wedding is one we will never forget, and we feel so lucky to have had the opportunity to work with such a creative couple. We wish you a lifetime of adventure, Leslie and Andrew!
Vendor Professional Team:
Christy and Gabe were such an amazing couple to work with. Even though the bride lived in two different states during the planning process, we made sure every detail was covered!
Their beautiful wedding couldn’t have had a better day in Breckenridge Colorado, where the sun was bright and the blue sky looked like it could go on forever. The ceremony and reception were held at Ten Mile Station, a venue that we love at Save the Date Events. It is part ski lodge, part wedding site and is perfect for any mountain lover!
The lovely flowers were created by Petal and Bean, who also made an etched C&G base for her Wish Tree, and found Christy a perfect deep Merlot aisle runner. The ceremony music was provided by Sister’s Quartet, and the beautiful ceremony was given by Pastor Rasmussen. We loved the two flawless cakes that were baked by Intricate Icings as well.
Holly Canfield couldn’t have done a better job with the stationary items, they were amazing! The DJ provided by A Music Plus had the guests dancing all night!
Thank you so much to Robert from Fine Art Weddings for these gorgeous photographs!
We had a fantastic time working with Lisa, Ryan and their families over the past year to plan their destination wedding in Breckenridge. Ten Mile Station set the backdrop for their gorgeous rustic mountain wedding. We incorporated birch bark centerpieces with a mix of pink flowers and pinecone accents. The beautiful wedding cake design copied the lace pattern from the mother’s wedding dress. Guests had a fantastic time with the oxygen bar running all evening and Great Time DJs kept the dance floor packed. Lisa and Ryan left in a horse drawn carriage with guests cheering as they exited. Colorado Wedding Photographers: Jason+Gina and Premium Digital Solutions did a fabulous job capturing the details of the wedding day through pictures and video.
Thank you to the outstanding vendor team:
Jason G Photography
Bella Fiori Event Florist
Intricate Icings Cake Design
Great Time DJs
Premium Digital Solutions Videography
Ten Mile Station
O2 Oxygen Bar
We are thrilled that Amy and Doug’s destination wedding in Breckenridge is featured in the current issue of the Knot Colorado magazine. You can find their wedding on pages 136-137. You can also see highlights of the wedding on our blog. Special thank you to Rachael Grace Photography for capturing the fantastic details and this gorgeous bride and groom.
In the same issue, you can find us in the Knot Best of Weddings list on page 19 for top event planners in Colorado. We are honored that Colorado brides have voted for us to win this award for the past three years.
You can also read about Debbie sharing expert wedding planning advice on page 28. Thank you to the knot.com for all the wonderful features this month!
Today is the second of our three part series on mountain weddings. We are focusing on the do’s and don’ts of mountain weddings in Colorado. Whether you have lived in Colorado your whole life or are planning a destination wedding in Colorado, there are unique circumstances and logistics for mountain weddings. You can read the first part of the series here.
Your Decor – Please wind proof your décor. When creating place cards, favors and other décor for your mountain celebration, keep in mind that the wind can be your enemy at an outside wedding ceremony and reception. You can personalize and wind proof these details with a little creativity. If tall centerpieces are your dream, have the florist secure the centerpieces to a heavy object such as a larger mirror or put extra weight in the bottom of the vase.
Altitude – Some guest won’t even notice the change in altitude while others may feel sick when they land in Denver. Inform your guests about the effects of altitude, especially if you are having a high-mountain wedding and alcohol.
Embrace the culture – Mountain life is like no other. Don’t be afraid to incorporate aspen bark, leaves, pinecones and other rustic details into your wedding. If the groom is an avid skier, make a mountain out of your groom’s cake. If you both love to mountain bike, have a graphic designer create a monogram reflecting your hobby.
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