The snow came a little late in the year, but that didn’t stop this couple from becoming man and wife! They made the most of their day and had an intimate indoor affair with their friends and family. They even took advantage of the snow with gorgeous outside photos. Read on to see how this snowy spring wedding came together.
Getting Dolled Up
It was all hands on deck helping the bride get dressed and ready for her special day.
The groom was ready to go with his dapper navy suit and bow tie.
The couple exchanged letters before the ceremony – a beautiful, intimate touch to any wedding! Both the bride and groom had tears in their eyes while reading these love-filled letters.
Gorgeous Indoor Ceremony
The couple planned to get married outside, but the weather decided otherwise. Luckily with some help, the reception area was transformed into the perfect venue for the wedding ceremony.
The reception was quickly transformed into the perfect cabin-like area to celebrate the love these two obviously share.
Creative accents like a Polaroid guest book welcomed the guests as they found their seats. We’re a big fan of chalk signs at weddings!
The bride and groom had their chairs marked with adorable chair signs to save their seats.
The tables were decorated with lots of floral accents, wood pieces and gold textured votives to add extra depth to the reception decor.
Let There Be Cake
The wedding cake was especially adorable with it’s wood base, floral accents and Mr. and Mrs. cake topper. We wish we could cut a slice for ourselves!
We think the bride and groom liked it, too.
Dancing and Merriment
What could have been a dreary, cold day turned out to be a day filled with love, laughter and happily ever afters! Lots of dancing and fun was had as the music played all night. Eventually the guests wished the newlyweds a fond farewell as they whisked off into the snow to start their journey as husband and wife.
Photographer: Gillespie Photography | DJ: DJ Connection | Caterer: Occasions Catering Denver | Reception Venue: Spruce Mountain Ranch | Event Planner: the garden path co. | Floral Designer: the garden path co.
What did you like best about this snowy spring wedding? Let us know in the comments below!