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Mountain Wedding in Morrison, CO

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Beth & Lowell in Morrison, CO
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Beth’s hairstylist curled her hair and twisted it into sections, securing each piece with a hairpin. For a natural touch, she added three white orchids the couple’s florist had provided.
Vito Pini Salon, Lakewood, CO
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Locally grown green cymbidium orchids contrasted with ivory calla lilies, lady’s mantle and curly willow. A raffia tie completed the natural look.
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The bridesmaids wore tea-length, cotton-jersey dresses from Anthropologie. Beth accessorized these with fossilized coral necklaces. The groomsmen gifts, high-top Chuck Taylor All-Stars, personalized their pinstriped tuxedos.
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A snowstorm hit two days before the wedding, covering the rust-colored boulders. With the dramatic Rocky Mountain foothills as a backdrop, the ceremony required sparse décor: curly willow branches in glass vases at the altar and ivory flower petals on the aisle.
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The invitations’ simple motif, brown birds and a bare white tree, reflected the wedding’s outdoor setting
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The bride handwrote guests’ names on recycled paper with a brown calligraphy pen. She secured the cards to the table with river rocks, an earthy accent.
Meininger Art Supply, Denver, CO
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Inspired by their wintry invitations, Beth asked the baker to embellish a white chocolate fondant cake with sugar branches and sugar leaves.
Elegant Bakery, Lakewood, CO
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The couple gave the DJ a playlist that was chock-full of‘80s music. For their first dance, they chose a more modern tune, “Flightless Bird, American Mouth,” by Iron & Wine.

Beth & Lowell in Morrison, CO

Beth and Lowell spotted each other in a coffee shop and began chatting. Almost instantly, they clicked and took their impromptu date down the street to a vegan restaurant. A year-and-a-half later, Lowell took Beth back to the same café. He secretly asked the barista to play the couple’s favorite song. When it came on, Lowell proposed to Beth with flowers. The Bride Beth Kohlmetz, 29, graduate student The Groom Lowell Coleman, 30, postgraduate student The Date March 28 They planned their wedding remotely while teaching English in South Korea, booking their vendors solely based on reviews and photos on TheKnot.com. A month after moving back to Colorado, the pair married at Red Rocks, a fitting setting for their earth-themed celebration. So as not to downplay the site’s natural charm, the eco-conscious couple used minimal decorations that were all handmade, local, recycled, reusable or found in nature.
- Colleen Canney
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