Happy Wedding Wednesday!
At first glance, this snowy wedding looks like a winer wedding. That is the surprise- it's a spring wedding! Imagine how shocked the Bride & Groom were to see snow on their spring wedding day. Not even Mother Nature can get in the way of true love & they kept smiling & enjoying their beautiful wedding. Elegant Images- Colorado shows us the beauty:
Lauren & Tristan got married on April 21 at Lionscrest Manor in Lyons, Colorado. Surrounded by Halls Ranch Open Space, the private estate offers incredible views of the picturesque Colorado mountains. A surprise spring snowstorm made those mountain views snowy & special on Lauren & Tristan's wedding day! The blue & brown color palette accented with colorful flowers popped beautifully against the wintery landscape.
Thankfully, the snow was the only wedding day surprise. The wedding went off without a hitch, thanks to the good attitudes of the Bride & Groom. They didn't let the white stuff ruin their day! The ceremony was moved indoors to keep everyone warm & cozy. Surrounded by their friends & family with snow falling outside, they said "I Do!" The new Mr. & Mrs. braved the elements to capture sweet newlywed moments against the wintery backdrop. The reception in the Grand Ballroom started with a traditional First Dance, then the Bride & Groom kicked off the dance party. It was a winter wonderland spring wedding to remember!
My Favorite Moment: The Bride & Groom letting loose to start the dance party!
My Favorite Detail: The lovely dessert display complete with rustic tree stumps & colorful flowers.
Congratulations, Lauren & Tristan!
Photography: Elegant Images- Colorado / Submitted via Two Bright Lights / Ceremony & Reception Venue: Lionscrest Manor / Catering: Greens Point Catering / Wedding Cake: Colorado Rose Cake Company