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A Denver Art Museum Wedding in Denver, Colorado

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Erin & Dash in Denver, Colorado
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Erin and Dash's bold orange invitation suite set the tone for the celebration's bold design aesthetic.
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Erin walked down the aisle in comfort and style in these metallic, peep-toe Jimmy Choo flats.
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The bridal bouquet was full of exotic textured florals including gray berzelia, yellow and red pincushion proteas and billy balls.
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The groom accessorized his light gray suit with a checkered orange tie and a paisley pocket square. He matched the look with a mustard yellow floral boutonniere.
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Since the event's details were full of bold color, Erin's bridesmaids stayed neutral in short dresses.
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The couple exchanged vows beneath a lucite frame topped with orange flowers in white vases for a very modern look.
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Decorations at the ceremony were modern and full of pops of orange, white and yellow. White box vases were filled with orange dahlias and yellow and red pincushion proteas.
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Keeping with the bride and groom's bold, modern theme, escort cards were framed in bright orange.
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With more subtle background decorations of lucite "ghost" chairs, white linens and see-through glasswear, the more whimsical, bright centerpieces made a statement.
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The cake was printed with a geometric gray pattern and accented with orange and yellow pincushion proteas.
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The bride wowed in her Tara Keely strapless gown accented with a tiered, fluted skirt.

Erin & Dash in Denver, Colorado

Erin and Dash celebrated their marriage in a bold event with pops of bright orange, yellow and red, interestingly textured florals, and lucite decor at the Denver Art Museum in Colorado.
- Rachel Torgerson
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