I’ve fallen head over nude, peep toe heels for Tom and Mary’s rustic chic wedding at Chatfield Botanic Gardens in Denver.
Here’s just a few reasons why…
Bridesmaids in chic, blush pink dresses, a bridal fishtail so perfectly undone it gives this bride’s ever-pinned wedding hairstyle a run for it’s money, earrings the colour of tropical seas, an exquisite, lace Claire Pettibone wedding gown and a darling dog on a pink leash!
Also Mary’s tumbling bouquet of soft, pastel florals is one of my all time favourite bridal bouquets ever.
(Hence the excessive number of shots included in this feature!)
Oh and did I mention that the goddess of film photography herself, Laura Murray, was behind the lens?
Pretty Pastel Florals
Bare Root Flora created an asymmetric bouquet of garden roses, dahlia, Japanese anemones, pepperberry, succulents, French dianthus, scabiosa, lavender, and about a billion other gorgeous, textural flowers all in a colour palette of ‘Desert Pastels’.
But the floral loveliness doesn’t end there – there were hanging jars filled with bright blooms adorning the ceremony area, potted succulents and eclectic flowers in mismatched vintage vessels dotted along the farm tables. All styled to perfection by A Vintage Affair Events & Rentals.
While Tom’s air plant and lavender boutonniere incorporated a sweet little message in a bottle – the couple’s names and wedding date written on a tiny scroll inside! I die.
Congratulations Mary and Tom – I hope you’re enjoying newlywed life to the max!
Many thanks to Laura Murray Photography for sharing these gorgeous photos with us today.
If you’d like to find out more about Tom and Mary’s beautiful wedding please hop on over to Mountainside Bride, where their wedding was first featured – there you’ll find Mary’s helpful hindsight advice and a whole host of other gorgeous mountain weddings!
Obsessed with Mary’s fishtail braid? I hear you!
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