If the devil is in the details…. then Sadie’s mom worked like the devil to put together this amazing wedding for Sadie and Paul!
We started the weekend with a rehearsal dinner at an amazing house in Estes Park. This place had everything from classic pin ball games to a huge dining room with enough space to accommodate everyone. Their guest enjoyed getting to know each other on a huge deck while enjoying BBQ and Colorado nature.
The next day we headed From Estes Park to Allenspark, to the Wild Basin Lodge for their wedding. This is where Betsy (Sadie’s mom) kicked the details into high gear! Each table had it’s own beautiful decor of milk glass dishes, mason jars, wildflowers, candles, photos and a glass table number. She made cloth napkins to match the colors of the wedding and each napkin was wrapped with the evenings menu. The tables were beautiful. Be sure to scroll through all of the reception photos to check out the details, there’s so much more that I didn’t mention here!
“Something borrowed” was this lovely, delicate necklace borrowed from Sadie’s mother.
These fun and colorful kimonos were given to each of the bridesmaids to wear while they got ready.
When we do formals photos we do the standard “look at the camera and smile” be we also encourage interaction and be how you’d normally be with each other photos. These guys took it to a whole new level!
Brothers! Oh My! I thought we might have a broken limb! But, I’m pleased to say “The groom was not harmed during the photographing of this wedding”
Meet Spike, he’s a very old little guy and the smallest member of Paul and Sadie’s family.
I love it when dads cry….
How’s that for a stunning backdrop! Wild Basin Lodge has several areas for ceremonies but the field with the mountain range in the background always looks majestic.
Sadie wanted to walk back down the aisle surrounded by bubbles, her guest did an excellent job fulfilling that wish.
The little flower girl – on the cuteness scale of 1 to 10, I’m pretty sure she hit a 12!