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A Colorful Geometric Inspired Wedding in Boulder, Colorado

One day, after six years of dating, Kelly Dean (26, international planning for Nautica) and Adam Rizkalla (25, an investment banker for J.P. Morgan) d

One day, after six years of dating, Kelly Dean (26, international planning for Nautica) and Adam Rizkalla (25, an investment banker for J.P. Morgan) decided it was about time they made things official. The New York based couple (who met in Seattle) decided on Boulder for their day based on it's central location and laid-back vibe. With their location settled, they went about crafting their modern, edgy and totally unique nuptials. A vibrant color scheme of raspberry, blood orange, coral and gold along with bold geometric patterns brought it all to life.

Kelly's pointy Jimmy Choo pumps faded from navy blue satin to gold.
At their hotels, guests were greeted with patterned welcome bags filled with local goodies.
Kelly and Adam's custom invitation suite featured a geometric pattern inspired by the architectural shapes of the flower vases and a laser cut belly band. Kelly and Adam collected vintage stamps that had special meaning to them as a couple: a stamp of the Brooklyn Bridge since they live in New York.
Adam wore an air plant and succulent boutonniere. A royal blue pocket square popped against his lapel.
Kelly held a bold, textural bouquet of king protea, air plants, roses and dahlias.
Kelly wore her hair in a modern chignon.
Looking to avoid the typical bridesmaid looks, Kelly found patterned dresses by Haute Hippie for two of her four bridesmaids.
Instead of traditional bouquets, the girls carried a triangle instrument corsage adorned with vibrant ranunculus blooms and tiny air plants. A blue ribbon was designed to hang from the bridesmaid's wrist so they could provide a soft beat as they walked down the aisle.
The five groomsmen wore their own navy suits with a geometric patterned tie.
An assortment of dahlias, ranunculus and hypericum in geometric vases topped the round cocktail tables.
Arrangements of ranunculus, dahlias, roses, succulents and air plants in geometric gold vases were scattered throughout the reception space.
Kelly and Adam brought in white draping and black carpeting, transforming the ballroom space for the ceremony. Custom laser cut shapes provided a colorful and unique backdrop for their I do's.
The ceremony took place in a portion of the St. Julien's ballroom.
Kelly and Adam recessed down the aisle to "All Day and All of the Night" by the Kinks.
Before they were pronounced husband and wife, the pastor asked guests to look under their seats where Kelly and Adam had placed tambourines and maracas for them to play in celebration as they sealed the deal with a kiss.
Gilded linen napkins topped pale gold sequined linens at some of the reception tables.
Guests chose between two drinks for at the pre-ceremony cocktail hour, including flutes of champagne and raspberry juice finished with two fresh berries. They were served with napkins printed with "Berry Happy Together."
A fun alternative to the traditional guest book, the couple asked their guests to sign Jenga blocks that were laser cut with their wedding date.
A fun alternative to the traditional guest book, the couple asked their guests to sign Jenga blocks that were laser cut with their wedding date.
A temporary tattoo station provided plenty of entertainment (and photo ops) at the reception.
Pink hearts and an arrow adorned some pillows in one of the lounge areas.
Lounge areas set up beside the dance floor gave guests somewhere to rest their feet in style.
The reception had an eclectic mix of long, round and square tables and lounge areas. Centerpieces in assorted gold vessels and white ceramic vases topped gold table linens.
Kelly described the inspiration for the reception decor as untraditional, eclectic, mid-century and modern design.
The menu revolved around seven food stations like crudite in shot glasses.
A gold lasercut pineapple topped one of Kelly and Adam's 16 wedding cakes; there was one for each table.