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Button-Themed Wedding in Colorado Springs, Colorado

  • Otto Schulze Photographers, Denver, CO
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Tracy & Paul in Colorado Springs, CO
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The “no flowers” rule didn’t stop Tracy from having a fabulous bouquet. She turned to Etsy.com for creative ideas and came across a bouquet made entirely of candy-colored buttons.
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The delicacy of the gallery’s paintings meant they would have limited decor options, but little was needed. Tracy and Paul used the vibrant works of art as their ceremony backdrop, lining up two sets of chairs on either side of the corridor for guests.
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Tracy and Paul found the perfect element for their escort card display -- a bicycle wheel with a heart in the middle. Each card was hung from the rim with purple satin ribbon.
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The cards themselves featured the couple's custom tandem bicycle monogram in purple and pink ink.
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Purple up-lighting, soft mint green table runners and aubergine napkins subtly complemented the surrounding artwork and bright yellow arrangements.
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The couple’s consultants found miniature bike sculptures and used them as the bases for the table numbers. Tiny buttons spelled out each number on pieces of colorful cardstock.
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For added texture on the tabletops, abstract vases filled with tulips, orchids, and Billy balls were arranged around the cakes.
Delilah’s Flowers of Denver, Denver, CO
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Small two-tiered cakes served double-duty as centerpieces and dessert! Each confection was adorned with colorful fondant buttons in different shapes and sizes and topped with a pincushion protea bloom.
Elegant Bakery, Denver, CO
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Small two-tiered cakes served double-duty as centerpieces and dessert! Each confection was adorned with colorful fondant buttons in different shapes and sizes and topped with a pincushion protea bloom.
Elegant Bakery, Denver, CO
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Small two-tiered cakes served double-duty as centerpieces and dessert! Each confection was adorned with colorful fondant buttons in different shapes and sizes and topped with a pincushion protea bloom.
Elegant Bakery, Denver, CO
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Guests took home cartons of organic milk and cookies from the couple’s favorite Colorado bakery. They personalized each carton with a tandem bicycle sticker that said, “We are wheelie glad you came.”
Hopscotch Bakery, Pueblo, CO

Tracy & Paul in Colorado Springs, CO

Before winning the heart of Tracy, Paul first won over Tracy’s 8-year-old son, Myles. During a dinner party hosted by mutual friends, the two chatted about geography and bicycles. Tracy over-heard Paul mention that he worked for a bike component company and told him she was having trouble with hers. The Bride Tracy MacEachern, a physician The Groom Paul Kantor, a product manager The Date May 2 The wheels were in motion; the two exchanged emails and later, with Myles’ approval, met again for a more intimate dinner. Two years later, the couple celebrated their first date anniversary with a trip to Denver to see the opera, La Boheme. While Tracy was getting ready in the hotel, Paul dropped to one knee and started the next chapter of their own love story.
- Carrie Chambers
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  • Elegant Bakery, Denver, CO
  • Hopscotch Bakery, Pueblo, CO

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