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A Forrest Wedding in Estes Park, CO

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Melyssa & Adam in Estes Park, CO
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Sprays of black beads added an unexpected element to Melyssa's all-white bouquet of hydrangeas, ranunculus, stephanotis and dendrobium orchids.
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The bride and groom made the programs themselves with glittery white paper and the same damask detailing found on their wedding invitations.
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Melyssa and Adam stood on an elevated platform with Rocky Mountain National Park in the background, while their guests sat on natural stone terraces.
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The wedding favors doubled as escort cards. Melyssa and Adam gave their guests unique wine glass markers and folded them into mini envelopes labeled with names and table numbers.
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Distressed black urns filled with white hydrangeas added a touch of Tuscany to the reception decor. A black-and-white runner helped the head table stand out from the rest.
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As a nod to their romantic proposal, the couple designed their favorite Tuscany photos to look like old postcards and used them as table numbers.
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The couple cut into a small, two-tiered white buttercream cake detailed with a black swirl pattern. As an added treat, they also invited guests to a dessert bar chock-full of goodies.
Colorado Rose Cake Company, Berthoud

Melyssa & Adam in Estes Park, CO

Melyssa and Adam met the day they moved into the Colorado State University dorms. They were close friends for two years before deciding to take their friendship to the next level. Then, after four years of dating, Melyssa accompanied Adam and his family on a trip to Italy. The Bride Melyssa Whaley, 25, a civil engineer The Groom Adam Lorenger, 25, a title officer The Date August 21 One night in Venice, while the couple was watching a dramatic lightning storm from their hotel rooftop, Adam pulled out a ring and asked Melyssa to marry him. “It was the perfect day in the most romantic city in the world,” says Melyssa. After a 15-month-long engagement, they invited family and friends to a mountain wedding in Estes Park.
- Carrie Chambers
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  • Colorado Rose Cake Company, Berthoud

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