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A Mountain Wedding in Breckenridge, CO

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Jessica & Michael in Breckenridge, CO
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Green hypericum berries and roses accented Jessica’s hand-tied bouquet of plum-colored hydrangeas, calla lilies, lisianthus, and purple veronica.
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Like the bride, the six bridesmaids styled their looks to match the surroundings, wearing cowboy boots with their plum-colored taffeta dresses.
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Michael’s cousins carried organic bark-covered baskets filled with bright orange petals to sprinkle along the aisle.
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Jessica ordered the tangerine bi-fold programs from a website that specialized in recycled papers. “I loved that they had texture and beautiful colors,” says the bride.
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Mason jars filled with orange and purple wildflowers hung from shepherd’s hooks along the wedding aisle.
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The ceremony spot backed up to The Arapaho National Forest and overlooked Breckenridge Mountain.
The bride’s family home, Breckenridge
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Guests were seated at tables named after all the places Jessica and Michael had been to together.
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A clear tent allowed guests to enjoy the changing light during 
the evening reception.
The bride’s family home, Breckenridge
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Map table cards corresponded with the geographic seating arrangements.
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Orange, purple, and green blooms were arranged in rustic pots, surrounded by votive candles and displayed on beds of moss.
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The bride and groom used mini chalkboards to display a variety of modern fare, like a burger bar with Parmesan potato matchsticks.
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Purple hydrangeas and a bit of orange stenciling brought the wedding colors together on the red velvet (the bride’s favorite flavor!) wedding cake.
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As a nod to the groom’s alma mater, Michael cut into a confection shaped like Bevo -- the University of Texas Longhorns’ mascot.
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Guests were treated to glass bottles filled with homemade vanilla extract that rested at each place setting.
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Jessica & Michael in Breckenridge, CO

The Bride Jessica Johnson, 25 and a student The Groom Michael Raab, 26 and an attorney The Date August 15 A plum and tangerine color combo complemented the mountain setting of Jessica’s and Michael’s destination wedding. They decorated with rustic pots, Mason jars, and wildflowers.
- Carrie Chambers
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