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Deborah & Micah in Denver, CO
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The bride’s keepsake bouquet consisted of white balsa wood flowers, dried baby’s breath, dusty miller and elegant white ostrich feathers and was wrapped with a pewter ribbon and rhinestone sash. “It was unbelievable,” she says.
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Though the couple used mostly paper and dried floral arrangements, the bridesmaids carried bouquets of richly colored dahlias, roses, ranunculus, parrot tulips, Mokara orchids, boronia, and silver-dollar eucalyptus.
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The wedding party brought the colors of the day together with berry-colored bridesmaid dresses in different styles. The matron of honor stood out in a persimmon-colored knee-length dress while the men wore sharp gray to match the groom.
David’s Bridal, Westminster
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The couple exchanged vows between two potted Aspens and beneath a tree branch chandelier made by the bride. Five illuminated fabric panels in the wedding colors hung as a backdrop.
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Modern meets shabby chic was the goal for the event space in Denver’s Mile High Station. Potted Aspen trees in galvanized buckets adorned with paper flowers and hanging crystals, silk fabric panels, and strategic lighting transformed the industrial space.
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Colorful paper blooms hung from Aspen branches at the centers of some of the tables. The vases were wrapped with a fun mix of printed fabrics in the wedding colors.
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A pair of bird candle holders and a rustic bird cage fit in perfectly with the couple’s shabby chic meets woodsy Colorado theme.
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Deborah and Micah used a large wood block monogram with red polka dots to personalize one of their dessert bars.
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Colorful tissue paper flowers dangled over the dessert table. “We actually had paper flower making parties!” says the bride, who chose to keep the fresh flowers to a minimum.
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Pieces of Aspen trunk served as the base for the signs on the dessert bar.
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Deborah and Micah cut into one of three non-traditional wedding cakes, which were decorated to mimic the branches and the pattern on the groomsmen’s ties.
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Delicious treats, like chocolate-dipped pretzels, cookies, and brownies, tempted guests from three different tables decorated with an assortment of vintage-looking frames and candles. Handcrafted frames made from tree bark completed the theme.

Deborah & Micah in Denver, CO

The Bride Deborah Candelaria, 29 and a high-school guidance counselor for Faith Christian Academy The Groom Micah Kirkwood, 25 and a high-school athletic director for Faith Christian Academy The Date March 21 Aspen and birch branches gave Deborah’s and Micah’s wedding a Colorado feel and were a good match for the orange, berry, and gray color scheme. “Micah really wanted to wear a gray suit!” says the bride.
- Carrie Chambers
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