Intelligent, creative, and fun-loving, Adrienne and Scott have the kind of smiles that light up a room and inspire people to stick around and revel in the happiness. The fabric of their lives is full of kind-hearted family, strong friendships, adventure, and lots of laughter. These qualities naturally produced a bridal party of twelve, over two hundred wedding guests, touching toasts, and a packed dance floor all night at Mile High Station in Denver. Kelly Lemon Photography did a superb job of capturing the details, the joy, and the epic hora (with music from the fantastic Deja Blu Band). We’re thrilled to share her photos on our blog!
Adrienne’s color palette was inspired by her love of champagne. From the lightest blush of a sparkling Rosé in floral accents to the metallic tones of bridesmaid dresses to the silver streaked sheer overlays, the colors complimented a Colorado urban chic vibe. An aspen chuppah from Statice Floral Design adorned with streams of white ribbon framed the couple’s traditional Jewish ceremony in a turn-of-the-century steel & ironworks building. Exposed brick, wrought iron, and striking Edison bulb chandeliers lent a definite industrial vibe to the historic space.
We worked with Adrienne and Statice Floral to create a variety of centerpiece styles to soften the space. Tall centerpieces with curly willow branches extending from white hydrangea, sprays of white orchids, and accents of dusty miller complimented the high ceilings and drew the eye up. Trios of ivory pillar candles clustered with smaller floral arrangements in silver vases warmed the room with their glow. And lower arrangements in rustic wooden boxes were a nod to the beloved Colorado outdoors.
Guests found their escort cards attached to vintage style metal keys, carefully pinned to a sparkling champagne-inspired metallic backdrop. Ceremony programs were also designed by Adrienne and her mom. The various layers were hand-tied together and included a personalized mad libs page, an entertaining guestbook substitute that guests enjoyed filling out throughout the evening.
You know it’s a good wedding when the hora (a traditional Jewish dance where all guests encircle the newlyweds as they are lifted up on chairs together during the dance) is so wildly enjoyed that one of the guests has to go to the ER for a possible sprained ankle afterwards. You know it’s a really good wedding when the injured party delays his departure until toasts are over and returns as soon as he can to join the end of the party. Adrienne and Scott’s wedding was one of those—a really good wedding, full of kind-hearted family, strong friendships, a bit of adventure, a lot of laughter, and those two smiles that lit up the room all night.
The Creative Team
Event Planning & Coordination: JA Special Events | Venue: Mile High Station | Photography: Kelly Lemon Photography | Flowers: Statice Floral Design | Catering & Desserts: Relish Catering | Band: Deja Blu | Cake: Kelley Kakes | Linens: Linen Hero | Uplights: Allwell Rents | Drape: Lighting & Design by Scott | Cantor: Martin Goldstein | Hair & Makeup: Hair & Makeup In Motion | Lodging & Rehearsal Dinner: The Curtis Hotel