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Though they were best friends during high school, Dulaney and Craig took their relationship to the next level after college. While visiting Woody Creek, Colorado, the groom proposed to his beloved while taking photos of the fall foliage. Though they initially planned to wed in their hometown of Dallas, the couple decided 90 days before the big day to return to their proposal location for a celebration at the Colorado home of the bride’s parents. Their planner Lee Logan was instrumental in the coordination, making the bride’s vision of an “enchanted forest” come to life with the help of Design Works.

Though they initially planned to wed in their hometown of Dallas, the couple decided 90 days before the big day to return to their proposal location for a celebration at the Colorado home of the bride’s parents.

Friends and family found their seats on wooden benches facing a gorgeous vista of the autumn landscape to witness the nuptials. The bride, who was gorgeous in an Ines Di Santo gown and lace-trimmed veil, met her groom beneath a beautiful arbor made of birch branches enveloped with lush greenery and soft-hued blooms to set the tone for the rustic-elegant soirée.

Attendees then made their way into the tent for the reception, which was decorated with fresh fall foliage as an ode to the season and the pair’s engagement. To continue the rustic motif, many tables were left bare of linens and adorned with low arrangements of blooms in a muted color palette of dusty rose, sage, and ivory. Slices of the couple’s wedding cake featuring a tree-trunk design were enjoyed before everyone hit the dance floor to celebrate with the newlyweds into the night.

Credits

Planner
Lee Logan

Photographer
John Cain Photography

Floral
Design Works

Bridal Gown
Ines Di Santo from Stanley Korshak Bridal

Ceremony Site
Private Residence (Woody Creek, CO)

Reception Site
Private Residence (Woody Creek, CO)

Rentals
Premier Rental, Event Rents and Tents, and Design Works

Stationer
Crane

Cake
d’Elissious Cake Studio

Mary Welch2019-02-14T22:41:26-05:00Categories: Weddings, Destinations, All|Tags: , , , , |Comments Off on Autumnal Aspen at Home