A Classic Yellow and Navy Wedding at Denver Museum of Nature and Science in Denver, Colorado

Not wanting their big day to be too traditional, Meghan Snihur (30 and a second grade teacher) and Tad Borick (32 and works in finance) chose Denver Museum of Nature and Science for their wedding venue. “On top of being an interesting venue, the view they have is the best in Denver,” Meghan says. “Their rooftop terrace overlooks City Park, with a full view of downtown Denver, and on a clear day you can see the Rockies all the way into Wyoming.” Meghan and Tad exchanged vows inside an atrium (since it was so hot in August!), and wrote the entire ceremony themselves. Meghan’s uncle officiated the wedding and even threw in some personal stories about the couple, which made it all the more intimate and romantic. Afterward, guests walked through the space exhibit to get to the rooftop cocktail hour and reception, which they loved! Simple white and navy linens covered the tables, which were topped with yellow rose, protea, dahlias and green trick dianthus centerpieces. Meghan made all the table numbers herself with white frames, wooden numbers and yellow and white chevron paper. The couple used a yellow and navy color palette with preppy details such as the patterned stationery and the striped groomsmen ties. In lieu of a traditional wedding cake, Meghan and Tad opted for chocolate peanut butter, lemon and cheesecake cake pops, all decorated in the wedding colors.