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Navy and Pink Wedding at The Snowmass Club in Colorado

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Betsy & David in Snowmass Village, CO
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To bring the outdoors in, the coordinator created three chandeliers out of curly willow and incorporated twinkle lights and votive candles. Tall curly willow bundles spruced up the tent’s perimeter.
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The bridesmaids carried nosegays of the same deep and light pink peonies used in Betsy’s bouquet. The finishing touch: a pink satin ribbon.
Mountain Flowers of Aspen, Aspen, CO
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Instead of a traditional wedding cake, the couple opted for a trio of desserts: cupcakes, fruit petit fours and strawberries dipped in chocolate.
Classic Cakes of Aspen, Aspen, CO
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Pink accents on navy card stock set the tone for the wedding’s stationery. The programs’ design first appeared on the invitations.
I-Do-Graphics, Denver, CO
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Glass cylinders were lined with ti leaves and filled with peonies, ranunculus, garden roses and ferns. Large chunky votives lit each table as the sun set.
Mountain Flowers of Aspen, Aspen, CO
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Lush aspen trees, a creek and a snowcapped peak served as a stunning, natural backdrop.

Betsy & David in Snowmass Village, CO

Betsy and David bonded over their shared love of nature, so it was only fitting that he chose the pristine snow-covered trails of Snowmass to propose to her eight months after they first met. The couple was staying at his sister’s cabin to celebrate New Year’s. During a morning snowshoeing hike on a deserted trail, David dropped to one knee, gave Betsy a long-stemmed red rose and proposed. The Bride Betsy Biorn, 34, software sales The Groom Friedersdorf, 44, healthcare IT consultant The Date June 21 The couple married five months later with the help of the bride’s mother and a wedding coordinator. The central location (their families lived on the East and West Coast) and proximity to the couple’s Denver home made Snowmass Village the perfect choice. Betsy wanted a simple but elegant style with natural elements, like hanging birch branches green aspens, curly willows and ferns, woven in.
- Carrie Chambers
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  • Mountain Flowers of Aspen, Aspen, CO
  • Classic Cakes of Aspen, Aspen, CO
  • I-Do-Graphics, Denver, CO

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