TThe morning of the wedding day is a special time to spend with friends and family, but when the groom is joined by a Saint Bernard and the bride by her Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, the occasion is made even more special. Filled with love and laughter, the couple prepared for the ceremony at their luxury venue in Beaver Creek, Colorado. The bride donned a strapless ball gown while her bridesmaids wore floor-length blush dresses with a similar neckline. Groomsmen were dressed in sharp black-and-white tuxedos, and the groom was handsome in an alabaster suit jacket and ebony bow tie. On the afternoon of the alfresco ceremony, loved ones found their seats in wooden chairs with a perfect view of the forthcoming vow exchange as well as the breathtaking mountain vistas. The groom was in awe of his beloved as he saw her for the first time in her bridal gown. She made her way down the aisle, which was lined with ivory flower petals, to meet him beneath the wooden arch covered with vanilla hydrangeas and additional blooms. As the couple shared their vows with one another, a live event artist was on hand to capture the picturesque scene on canvas. Following a tented cocktail hour showcasing blush décor, guests entered the glamorous ballroom reception space.
Sparkling chandeliers were suspended above tables, which were surrounded by gold chairs. Tall centerpieces displayed roses and hydrangeas in shades of blush and ivory as well as cascading orchids. Table numbers were placed in ornate gilt frames, and menu cards featured a gold border and monogram. Once guests dined on wedge salad and grilled hanger steak with horseradish potato puree, they enjoyed the confection. The cake featured six pearl-dotted tiers with fresh hydrangea-and-rose layers in between. Following dessert, guests headed to the all-white dance floor to revel the night away. The bride changed into a second, shorter gown for the party and danced with loved ones, who were presented with neon sunglasses, glow sticks, and feather-and-tulle headbands, before getting sent off by way of a sparkler exit.