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A Rustic Wedding in Tabernash, CO

  • Paige Eden Photography, Denver
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Kera & Jeff in Tabernash, CO
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A romantic combination of soft-colored blooms like pale pink and ivory dahlias, peonies, garden roses, ranunculus, and peach parrot tulips were hand-tied for Kera’s elegant bouquet. To remember her late grandparents, the bride attached charms containing their photos.
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Each bridesmaid chose a dress that fit her personality and included various shades of green. “Together they all looked amazing,” says Kera.
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Kera made the programs and invitations herself with a vintage western-style, hand-stamped monogram and twine around the spines.
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Jars of blooms mimicking the bridal bouquet were hung on shepherd’s hooks by the pews. Rain forced the ceremony inside, but it all worked out. “It made it really intimate and was just perfect,” says Kera.
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The dark woods and rustic details of Devil’s Thumb Ranch contrasted nicely with the soft pinks, greens, and oranges in the wedding palette.
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Iron stands of alternating heights gave the tables a dramatic focal point. A variety of soft-colored garden arrangements, rosemary, and artichokes sat atop each stand while sliced oranges represented memories of the citrus groves in Arizona, where the bride grew up.
Delilah’s of Denver, Denver
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Vintage address numbers were used to make rustic, mismatched table numbers.
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Vintage address numbers were used to make rustic, mismatched table numbers
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Vintage address numbers were used to make rustic, mismatched table numbers
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For a cozy, rustic feel, the couple borrowed the reception china from their neighbors and relatives.
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Guests were treated to a “down-home dessert bar,” made up of jars filled with snacks like Twinkies, Nutty Bars, and Moon Pies.
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For a sentimental touch, Jeff wore his grandfather’s ring tied to his boutonniere of hypericum berries and looped curly willow.
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Kera & Jeff in Tabernash, CO

The Bride Kera Drake, 28 and a graphic designer for Particle Measuring Systems and has her own graphic design company called Double Duck Design The Groom Jeff Gaston, 28 and an attorney for a Denver law firm The Date July 4 The couple calls their wedding style "rustic romantic", incorporating lots of soft, natural floral arrangements, vintage lace, tin and classic wrought iron. Their diverse palette of soft greens, yellows, pinks, and oranges complemented the details of the day.
- Carrie Chambers
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  • Paige Eden Photography, Denver

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