Colorado delivered the perfect winter landscape as light fluffy snowflakes began to fall as guests arrived at the historic St Malo Church (www.saintmalo.org) for Danielle and Michael’s Estes Park wedding. The bride arrived in style riding in a beautiful Rolls-Royce provided by Boulder Denver Limousines (www.boulderdenverlimo.com). The wedding party walked down the aisle to the beautiful sound of Mary Keener (www.marykeener.com) playing the harp. Following the ceremony guests arrived at Wild Basin Lodge (www.wildbasinlodge.com) for a night of good food, spirits and dancing. The guest tables were perfectly set with handmade table runners and napkins and beautiful florals provided by Floral Designs of Europe (www.fdofeurope.com) Colorado Rose Cake Company (www.coloradorosecakeco.com) did an outstanding job creating a cake the reflected the bride and groom’s love of skiing. Guests danced the night away to all the latest hits provided by Sounds of the Rockies (www.soundsoftherockies.com) The vintage inspired candy bar and cigar bar kept the party going late into the night. A unique aspect to this wedding was the addition of Keith a.k.a Scramble Campbell (www.scramblecampbell.com), a local artist who was tasked with creating a painting to commemorate this joyous day. Keith braved the weather and sat in a field in the middle of the snow storm sketching St. Malo Church. He then moved to the reception where he finished his painting. Keith was a great addition to the festivities; the painting that he made will be a lasting reminder of this wonderful day for Danielle and Michael. We loved making this couples vision become a reality and were honored to be a part of their big day! Thank you Cheryl with Artist I Photography (www.artistiphotography.com), who did a great job documenting the day.
Design, Planning & Production Team: Brynn, Amber & assistant Ann