Inspired | Styled | Seen


Jo & Sean flew in from Australia with a spirit of adventure and a hint of glamour to grace Devil’s Thumb Ranch with their wedding celebration.  Two One Photography captured the romantic color palate of flowers from Love This Day, the rendezvous with a white saddle horse, sequin studded chevron runners, and some crazy dance moves on the snowy deck.




Sean, born in the United States, met Jo, an Australia native, in New Zealand.  The two are well-traveled but had actually never visited Devil’s Thumb Ranch until two days before their wedding.  They discovered the ranch on an internet search and with the help of Sean’s sister, then planned the entire soiree over Skype and email.



Jo’s limited edition dress, Adele, from Australian designer Jennifer Gifford, is mesmerizing.  Layers of tulle dancing in the breeze, rich textures of satiny silver-jeweled flowers, soft blush tones, complimented with a coordinating hairpiece and topped with a fur jacket—gorgeousness!  Sean sports his Ted Baker suit very nicely, too.





The ceremony took place in Timber House, often called “the glass room” because it features four walls of windows that give it a very open feel and views of the Continental Divide.  Hand-hewn beams come from the same civil war era barn used to create Broad Axe Barn where Jo & Sean’s wedding reception was held.



Heart-shaped confetti was enthusiastically showered on the newlyweds.  Both Jo and Sean are very close to their families so the celebratory mood was very heartfelt (pun intended).


Candlelight playing off the mercury glass vases and the gold-sequined chevron runners adds warmth and a little glamour to the room while the soft-hued composition of flowers from Love This Day brings a whisper of romance.  Elegant table numbers painted in gold on weathered wood complete the look of romantic glamour in a rustic barn setting.





Jo underwent a wardrobe change for some serious (or not so serious)
dance moves that migrated to the deck when snow started falling



Here’s to the adventurous spirit, the tender romance, and the inspiring glamour of your story, Jo & Sean.  We enjoyed being part of your weekend and we wish you the very best in your adventure of marriage!


The Vendor Team:

Event Design & Coordination:  JA Special Events  |  Photography:  Two One Photography  |  Venue:  Devil’s Thumb Ranch  |  Flowers:  Love This Day  |  DJ:  Sound Choice Entertainment  |  Chevron Table Runners:  Chair Covers & Linens


Dawn and Kyle rode a chairlift up to their mountain ceremony at Granby Ranch.  With a jaw-dropping vista of the Continental Divide, slopes covered in yellow and purple wildflowers, and an aisle that started in the lush shade of an aspen grove, the June setting could not have been more perfect.  Steve Stanton Photography captured everything beautifully, from wooden runners adorned in purple thistle to hula hoops and fire pit fun.



Granby Ranch, home to Sol Vista Ski Resort, features lodging at the base for guests, a chairlift up to one of the most inspiring mountain ceremony locations in Colorado, and even a yurt at the top complete with mirrors for that last minute veil adjustment.



Bouquets by Statice Floral added just the right pop of wildflower color, especially against Dawn’s gorgeous white dress.  Her flowered belt with a touch of bling is perfect in the natural setting, too.









Guests rode a chairlift back down the mountain to enjoy cocktails and cool summer breeze on the deck.


Antlers encircling wildflowers, wooden runners from a friend’s weathered fence, bud vases wrapped in twine, lighted branches emerging from vintage inspired tin milk cans…this reception was rich in visual texture that complimented the mountain ski lodge setting.






Sharpe pens + Wooden Bench = Guestbook!  We love the personal practical concept and guests had fun leaving notes for Dawn and Kyle.  They also had a lot of fun on the dance floor to the music of Raygunomics, an 80’s cover band.  The idea of displaying colorful flip flops for dancing in bushel baskets tied in nicely with the rustic comfort theme, as did the outside firepit enjoyed by all ages.




Whole Foods created this colorful delicious assortment of cupcakes which we displayed on a variety of platters and tree slices.

Dawn and Kyle are appreciative people, as evidenced by their thoughtful thank-you at each guest’s place setting (pictured below, with a menu printed on the reverse side).  Their wedding style tastefully appreciates the natural beauty of breathtaking mountains, delicate wildflowers, and earthy elements of wood, metal, antlers, and light.

Dawn and Kyle are much appreciated in return, both by the numerous guests who made this one of the largest weddings ever hosted at Granby Ranch and by us.  Cheers to you both, Dawn & Kyle!  Thank you for letting us be part of your day!


The Mountain Vendor Team:

Event Coordination:  JA Special Events  |  Photography:  Steve Stanton Photography  |  Venue & Catering:  Granby Ranch at Sol Vista  |  Ceremony Flowers:  Statice Floral  |  Reception Flowers:  JA Special Events  |  DJ:  A Music Plus  |  Band:  Raygunomics  |  Cupcakes:  Whole Foods  |  Videography:  Blue Ring, Mark Labriola

Check it out!  This wedding was featured on Borrowed & Blue wedding blog:  Dawn & Kyle’s Wedding


From the graceful arches of St. Cajetan’s chapel to the quaint former residence of an Israeli Prime Minister, to the lavish elegance of downtown Denver’s Brown Palace, Debbie and Frank’s wedding was a fusion of histories, a juxtaposition of cultures, and a gorgeous ballroom accented with Colorado rustic details.  Beautifully captured by the talented Rebecca Bonner Photography.




From the bride:  “My aunt designed the necklace I wore. She’s a jewelery designer (Sue Shefts Designs) who has long-battled my absolute pickiness when it comes to jewelry.  She literally made 8 different necklaces just for me to choose from for the wedding, and mailed them to me from Atlanta so I could try them out. It came down to the wire though…she was working on the necklace during the rehearsal dinner so it would be just right! She also made the matching earrings.”




Debbie and Frank sipped champagne and savored gourmet chocolates in the historic residence of Golda Meir, former Israeli Prime Minister and signer of Israel’s Declaration of Independence.  The Denver landmark sits next to St. Cajetan’s, a Spanish colonial chapel built in the 1920’s and home to Denver’s first Hispanic parish.  It is striking in its gracefully arched interior, accented in soft light filtered through towering stained glass windows.



From the bride:  “The choice of St Cajetan’s was a little random but worked out so well. My family is Jewish (mostly) and Frank’s is Episcopalian (mostly). We both wanted a religious ceremony in a religious building.  Finding a venue and an officiate to accommodate the interfaith ceremony proved to be challenging.  Frank amazingly found the church which was so great because of its location (just ten minutes from the Brown Palace) and the fact that it looked like a beautiful church on the inside and out but still permitted our Jewish + Christian ceremony.  As one of my friends said, ‘Only you two would get married under a chuppah in a church.’  Probably true.”

From a décor perspective, we wanted to honor the simple beauty of the chapel so we brought in white chairs and used white drape to cover the distracting stage which we weren’t using.  The chairs were arranged in semicircular sections around the chuppah to create an intimate less formal atmosphere.  In keeping with that intention, the bridal party was seated during the ceremony and select family members shared blessings that they had custom-written for the occasion.  Pninah, family friend and rabbi from California, officiated the custom ceremony in Hebrew and kindly translated into English.


Covered in a special linen, the shattered pieces of wine glass from Frank’s “Mazel Tov stomp” were later made into a custom picture frame by the mother of Debbie’s childhood friend.

Historic and cultural fusion continued in the grand ballroom of downtown Denver’s Brown Palace, an elegant ornate hotel as impressive in grandeur now as when it opened in 1892.  Every president since Teddy Roosevelt in 1905 has visited the Brown Palace (with the exception of Calvin Coolidge) and it featured the most onyx of any building around when it was built.



Rich tones of wood, lush velvet drapes, gold-rimmed monogrammed chargers, and ornate chandeliers need little enhancement.  Debbie and Frank chose centerpieces of hydrangea, roses, stock, and ranunculas in varying height for visual texture.  Succulent accents were a nod to the West.  Guests created thumbprint leaves in a variety of fall colors on a guestbook tree in keeping with the October wedding and peaked aspen leaves outside.


From the bride:  “The choice of the Brown Palace is actually a cute story. I was dead-set on NOT getting married at a hotel because they always feel a little blah and cliche to me. But obviously the Brown Palace is no ordinary hotel. It also had super special meaning to Frank because 1) he’s from Eastern Colorado originally, and has memories of “going into Denver and staying at the Brown Palace” as a treat when he was little. Adorable. 2) More adorable, his aunt and uncle actually met there when they were a housekeeper and a cook, respectively. Of course he didn’t tell me any of these things until after we had booked it.”




From the bride:  “All in all I think the wedding put itself together with some elbow grease from all involved. Our family members chose their own ceremony blessings. Our bridal party chose their own outfits.  Also, behind the scenes were our two best men, our little brothers, who were AMAZING and were more crucial to the whole operation than they could possibly know. Frank and I both have really special relationships with our brothers and I’m glad they got to be showcased a little.  It was the build-your-own-adventure of weddings, I think. May not work for everybody, but it totally worked for us.”

Frank & Debbie, thank you for letting us be a part of your adventure.  You and your families were so sweet to work with and we love the way you personalized such a beautiful celebration.  Congratulations!

*Note that JA Special Events had the privilege of coordinating Debbie & Frank’s ceremony at St. Cajetan’s and guest transportation while Michelle Gillette at the Brown Palace expertly handled all reception details.

The Vendor Team:

Ceremony & Transportation Coordination:  JA Special Events  |  Photography:  Rebecca Bonner Photography  |  Ceremony Venue:  St. Cajetan’s Chapel at Auraria Campus  |  Reception Venue:  Brown Palace  |  Transportation:  Presidential Worldwide Transportation  |  Ceremony Chairs:  Allwell Rents  |  Ceremony Drape:  Artistry Events & Design  |  Ceremony Flowers & Chuppah:  Painted Primrose  |  Reception Flowers & Cake:  Brown Palace  |  DJ:  Starkey Productions  |  Hair & Makeup:  Brown Palace  | Bride’s Necklace: Sue Shefts Designs

Check out Debbie & Frank’s wedding featured on Couture Colorado blog:  Classic Elegance

We’re so honored to have two of our weddings featured on blogs today!  Check out Molly & Wynn’s Garden Elegant wedding on Borrowed and Blue while Irena & Mark’s Vintage Ranch wedding inspires on Red Dirt BrideBorrowed & Blue blog feature

Props to our talented photographers, Frances Photography (on Borrowed & Blue) and Two One Photography (on Red Dirt Bride).

Red Dirt Bride blog feature





Richness of detail in a wedding communicates love in a very tangible way, giving sensory expression to the personality, style, and thoughtfulness of a couple who cherishes the friends and family they are hosting.  Unexpected details delight and engage guests in the journey of their experience.  From the rustic “Almost There” arrival sign on the dirt road of a luxury mountain ranch, to the departure gift of homemade limoncello, hand-tied with custom “grazie” tags, thoughtful details enriched Laura and Paul’s sophisticated country wedding at Devil’s Thumb Ranch Resort & Spa.  Tastefully designed with décor from Homefest and captured with incredible poignancy by the very talented Laura Esmond of Hannah Photography.


Some of the best details are inspired unintentionally.  In her invitation search, Laura discovered this gold embossed bee on an RSVP card (We will “bee” there) and the bee motif makes an appearance on custom water bottles, dancing flip flops, and favor tags.  It’s understated but offers a playful thread of continuity in the overall experience from invitation to end of the night.


Revered wedding dress designer Amsale Aberra defines her signature style as “understated, confident elegance”.  She further explains, “I think it’s hitting the perfect balance of exquisite simplicity and luxurious restraint”. (taken from her March 11, 2013 blog post)

Laura graced the meadow aisle in a modern elegant Amsale gown from Sak’s Fifth Avenue in Beverly Hills.  Her beaded hairpiece was originally part of the dress’s waist accent and the couture veil was designed by Denver-based Sara Gabriel.  “Exquisite simplicity”, “understated”, and “confident elegance”…Amsale describes her perfectly.

Ribbon hand-tied around soft shawls and cascading from a chic parasol, “Just in Case” written in beautiful calligraphy on a card, a basket of dancing flip flops later in the evening…all details provided with guest comfort in mind, even for those “just in case” scenarios.


Breathtaking mountain views beyond the split rail fence where a pinto grazed, sweet melodic notes from an acoustic guitar carried across the daisy-strewn meadow on a comfortable summer breeze, laughter over wine after vows were shared…guests reveled in the natural beauty of a luxurious mountain ranch setting.


The vintage bee pin on Laura’s bouquet belonged to her grandmother who couldn’t travel to the wedding but was fondly represented in a way that used the subtle bee motif.


A sophisticated color palate of soft grey, white, and green tastefully compliment rustic elements of burnished wooden barrels, wrought iron lanterns, and the rough hand-hewn beams of a civil war era barn.


The overall “sophisticated country” look was attained with many artisan crafted items from Homefest, a luxury home décor store in Greenwood Village owned by the bride’s parents.  It was such an honor to join Laura’s parents in a tour of Homefest, discussing their ideas and vision for the sophisticated country look.  On the wedding day, their team unpacked wooden angels, bird nests, glass chargers, chic chandeliers, candles in all sizes, silver pedestals and so much more and it was a joy to see the whole vision come together.  Stunning centerpieces created by the talented team incorporated both fresh and silk florals (from Homefest).

Paul, a restaurant manager and sommelier, understands the defining importance of excellent food and wine in any celebratory event.  His guests feasted on filet mignon and pasture-raised chicken while sipping on glasses of specially ordered wines in the warm glow of mercury glass votives, slender tapers, pillar candles, and chic wooden chandeliers.




Silver stands heaped with fruit and gourmet cheeses, wooden platters of tartlets and cheesecake bites, and a bird’s nest of chocolate espresso beans adorned the dessert table.

Laura & Paul thanked each guest with a vintage style bottle of homemade limoncello featuring “grazie” notes (inspired by Laura’s time in Italy), hand-tied in twine knots.  A heartfelt detail of departure to summarize the weekend experience, “Please Enjoy.  Fatto con amore.” (made with love)


Laura & Paul, we appreciate you and your families and we thoroughly enjoyed being part of your richly detailed, tastefully elegant, thoughtfully designed celebration.  Our heartfelt congratulations to you both!

The Classy Vendors for this Sophisticated Soiree:

Design, Décor, & Floral:  Homefest  |  Coordination:  JA Special Events  |  Photography:  Hannah Photography  |  Venue:  Devil’s Thumb Ranch Resort & Spa  |  Hair:  Shawna Pirovano  |  Makeup:  Bre Ortola, Alchemy Mineral Blends  |  Ceremony Music:  Tyler Payne  |  Reception Music:  Soul X Band, Starkey Productions  |  Officiate:  Steve Peterson, YMCA of the Rockies

From our first encounter at Starbucks, Amber & Jared have remained one of the most down to earth, honest, genuine couples we’ve had the pleasure of meeting.  Their fun-loving personalities combined with a sarcastic wit made the planning process entirely entertaining.  When it came time to celebrate their wedding, Crooked Willow Farms in late summer with loads of bright yellow sunflowers, earthy elements of apples, burlap, and twine, and a couple of camels could not have been more perfect.  Our cowgirl hats off to the equally awesome Brinton Studios who captured the fun in a way that makes even wagon wheel lantern chandeliers look romantic.


Crooked Willow provides a spacious farmhouse for the ladies and a luxurious lounge for the men to get ready in.  Jared thoughtfully contributed to the getting ready process by gifting Amber with a beautiful necklace which she wore for the rest of the day.


The charm of leather cowgirl boots on a grassy aisle, the sweet scent of a flower garden in full bloom,  and the alluring melody of a violin all played to the senses of Amber & Jared’s guests as they enjoyed an inspiring vista of rolling foothills, anticipating the wedding ceremony.


Sunflowers really help distinguish the ceremony arch, making it a focal point while not distracting from the gorgeous scenery.  They suggest happiness and fun while manzanita branches add a touch of wild rustic.  Statice Floral carried the fullness of summer concept into groomsmen’s boutonnieres using Viking mums (they look like mini-sunflowers) and wheat.  Check out the flowered padlocked ring pillow, placed safely on a wine barrel during the ceremony.  Love!




In addition to bricked archways, gleaming wooden horse stalls, romantic garden fountains, a posh cigar lounge, and ornate chandeliers, Crooked Willow has two camels in the field.  Really, what’s not to like?


Linens and napkins in deep purple (Amber’s favorite color) play off the brilliant yellow of the sunflower centerpieces and Viking mum place setting accents, making both colors pop in playful combination.  Cut apples in the tall vases and stalks of wheat lend visual texture on the burlap overlays adorned with mason jar water mugs.



Often used for storing hay bales, barn lofts, as it turns out, work really well for dancing.  Lola’s Loft maintains a rustic look with exposed beams and lanterns hanging from wagon wheels for lighting.  A whole wall of flameless candles on rough wood ledges adds just the right touch of romance.  And those camels, if they looked through the loft’s open shutter doors, would have witnessed some down to earth fun times on the dance floor!


From Starbucks to Lola’s Loft with lots of laughter in between, Amber & Jared, it’s been a pleasure and we wish you the very best!

The Fun-Loving Vendor Team:

Event Coordination:  JA Special Events | Photography:  Brinton Studios | Venue:  Crooked Willow Farms | Flowers:  Statice Floral | Catering & Dessert:  Catering By Design | Linens & Rentals:  Event Rents | DJ:  RIPM | Violinist:  Josh Estrada & Maestro Hughes

Check out Amber & Jared’s wedding featured on Luxe Mountain Weddings:  Rustic Comfort in Colorado


The quirky cobblestone streets and bustling historic pubs of Boston lay half a country away as Emily and Jason landed in Denver.  They were, in a sense, returning to the roots of their relationship, honoring the history of their beginnings, remembering the journey of a growing love.  The allure of the West with promise of adventure, grandeur of mountain peaks, and wildness of character beckoned a return, not just to reminisce but to merge history, elegance, and festivity in wedding celebration.  Captured in all its classy detail at Devil’s Thumb Ranch Resort & Spa by the most charming and talented Casey of Two One Photography.


Candlelight playing off the silvery surface of mercury glass, lush pink roses and soft-hued ranunculus framed in seeded eucalyptus and tendrils of trailing vine (beautifully arranged by Plum Sage), gold-lettered custom menus complimenting the rich hues of a thick striped overlay…Emily and Jason’s wedding emanated Old World elegance.

Chandeliers and drape in Broad Axe Barn, Pink Monkey Solutions, JA Special Events, Two One Photography


Then again, pops of purple thistle and bursts of yellow ranunculus paired with hand-hewn Civil-War Era barn beams in soft drape, cozy log cabins nestled among pine trees, horses grazing in a meadow just beyond the split rail fence, and groomsmen gathered by a firepit, surrounded by tundra-topped slopes…Emily and Jason’s wedding showcased the spirited wildness of a rustic mountain ranch.






A high five to the ring bearer whose treasures had been safekept in a wooden toy truck, a green paper heart crown and feather boa on the guestbook table, high heels in the grassy meadow, golden lions and lionesses circled in escort cards…Emily and Jason’s wedding infused sophisticated yet playful personalities.


Our warmest congratulations to Emily & Jason, whose classy down to earth style and vibrant personalities prove that making history can be so much fun!

                      The Classy Sophisticated Team that had Fun Collaborating on this Celebration:

Coordination & Design:  JA Special Events | Photography:  Two One Photography | Venue:  Devil’s Thumb Ranch Resort & Spa | Flowers:  Plum Sage  | Drape:  Pink Monkey Solutions | DJ:  Elite DJ | Linens:  All Events Rentals

Incidentally, Trendy Bride liked Emily & Jason’s style, too!  Click here to see the feature on their blog.

Check out more pictures of this wedding on the Two One Photography Blog!

From the moment you’re welcomed by friendly gatekeepers at the flag-lined vista drive, you feel like the people of Beaver creek are happy you’ve come and that they intend to show you a good time with top-notch service.  Combined with the aspen forests, the mountain grandeur, and the lodge of another era complete with winding staircase and tucked away alcoves, Saddle Ridge fully delivers an enjoyable and memorable experience.


Golden bears, elk, moose, and mouse table numbers, gilded candles on a bed of wood chips, emerald green homemade jalapeno jelly favors, an eclectic mix of old wooden chairs, heirloom photos surrounding a dahlia-adorned cake, and a mix of white roses, baby’s breath, and chamomile in rustic wooden boxes (artfully arranged by the groom’s mother)…the rich details of Colin & Deidre’s mountain lodge wedding were beautifully captured by the fun and talented duo, Jason + Gina Photography



Envelopes of fresh rose petals were sealed in gold and burgundy wax and offered for guests to shower on the newly married couple.  We love how this little detail compliments the historic feel of the lodge and gives a sense of timeless romance.



Colin and Deidre’s families were very involved in the décor for this western lodge celebration.  They were very creative in the use of wildlife figures, sprayed in gold and displayed on dark wooden stands to hold up the table numbers.  Gold-flecked candles on a bed of wood chips in their glass containers interspersed with wooden boxes of flowers all adorned the various wooden tables.


Favor jars of homemade jalapeno jelly (a favorite of the couple) and lace runners added the perfect touch of vintage elegance to the rustic lodge setting.


Saddle Ridge lays claim to “the largest collection of American western antique furnishings and artifacts outside of a museum”.  They even include these mismatched wooden chairs, rich in character and so perfect for the setting.


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We were thrilled at this wedding to re-connect with a sweet couple whose wedding we had coordinated last summer and who were kind enough to refer us to Deidre and Colin.  They now have an adorable little baby boy.  It’s so fun to stay connected with our couples as they continue life’s journey post-wedding.  And being able to meet new couples through referrals from previous clients is, to us, such a compliment.

Honoring a heritage of strong family ties, Colin & Deidre proudly displayed these vintage family wedding photos on their cake table.  We complimented the photos with some western antique furnishings and artifacts (mentioned above) and, later in the evening, some mini-pies and desserts.


Congratulations, Colin & Deidre, on beautifully celebrating your family of two while honoring the richness of your heritage, tastefully complimenting the lodge and mountain setting with your décor, and, true to the Beaver Creek welcome, showing everyone a great time!

Hat’s off to the Vendor Team:

Coordination:  JA Special Events | Photography:  Jason + Gina Photography | Venue:  Saddle Ridge | Flowers:  Groom’s Mother | DJ & Lighting:  Pure Energy Events | Cake & Desserts:  Shamane’s Bake Shoppe | Wedding Dress:  Little White Dress

Deidre + Collin | Beautiful Beaver Creek Wedding was featured on the Rocky Mountain Bride blog!


Romantic relationships generally require a gritty dedication, moments of creative imagination, and patient nurturing to flourish and produce the “Wow, those two are really in love,” effect.

Given the same attention, flower gardens respond with their own intricate little “wow” beauty.  It is entirely fitting, then, that Molly and Wynn said “I do” in a garden setting with a beautiful lake in the background in the glorious backyard of the parents of the groom, misted with a light rain.   Of course, there were other elements like the lake backed by mountains, the pool decked in Chinese lanterns, the Carribbean inspired colors…but I’m getting ahead of myself.  Captured below by the incredibly talented Frances Photography.

Garden roses and ranunculas breathe romance into any bouquet.  When featured in bright playful hues and combined with sprigs of fresh mint, they lend an unexpected hint of the tropics (where Wynn proposed to Molly in the blue waters of the Bahamas).   We worked with Statice Floral to customize this combination.


It started with a 5th grade crush…and then officially progressed to dating in high school…and just kept growing through the college years apart.  Hats off to these two for the gritty dedication, creative imagination, and patient nurturing that brought them to this day!


Guests were welcomed at the gorgeous home of Wynn’s parents where their cars were valet parked as they followed a lantern-lined stone walkway past the aqua pool to white chairs facing a garden embankment.  Molly and Wynn exchanged vows at the top of this embankment, lakeside, with a mountain backdrop.  And while surrounding areas were getting high winds and heavy rain, the light mist here just added a fresh coolness to the July air.


Building a reception space from the ground up takes some time.  When you factor in the tent set-up, the carpet installation, draping the entire ceiling and walls, adding uplights, hand-tying the chivari chair cushions, and hanging greenery-ensconced chandeliers, this set-up took all of three days and eight vendor companies.  Totally worth the elegant garden-inspired effect.


As guests were enjoying a poolside cocktail hour, one wall of the tent was removed to reveal a mountain view for guests as they entered and enjoyed dinner.


Creative presentation, customized menu planning, & delicious flavor made Footer’s Catering the top choice for this tasteful event.


Artfully adorned by Shamane’s Bake Shoppe, the wedding cake was a vibrant masterpiece.


And here it is, that “Wow, those two are really in love,” effect.  Congratulations, Molly and Wynn!

Check out more beautiful photos on the Frances Photography blog:  Molly and Wynn’s Outdoor Summer Wedding

The Vendor Dream Team

Event Design & Coordination:  JA Special Events | Florist:  Statice Floral | Photography:  Frances Photography | Catering:  Footer’s Catering | Cake:  Shamane’s Bake Shoppe | Lighting:  Pure Energy Events | Drape:  Décor n More | Tent:  Party Time Rental | Farm Tables: RC Special Events | Linens:  Chair Covers & Linens | Sound:  ShowTek Productions | Valet Service:  Jay’s Valet | Venue:  Private Residence on Lake of the Pines in Boulder, Colorado | Band: GROOVE NATION through Celebration Nation Entertainment | Portable Restrooms:  Royal Restrooms