A Country-Chic Mountain Wedding at Ski Tip Lodge in Keystone, Colorado

Sasha (28 and an educator) and Eric's (28 and an environmental consultant) wedding showcased the best of Colorado's Rocky Mountains. The ceremony and

Sasha (28 and an educator) and Eric's (28 and an environmental consultant) wedding showcased the best of Colorado's Rocky Mountains. The ceremony and reception were held at the Ski Tip Lodge, which the couple appreciated for its roots as an 1800s stagecoach stop. "The lodge is very rustic," Sasha says. "We wanted a mountain-themed wedding that was quaint and cozy." The bride paired her Augusta Jones lace dress with cowboy boots for a country-chic look. For her bouquet, Sasha chose flowers that were grown in Breckenridge, Colorado. Cream roses, dusty miller and assorted wildflowers made for a beautiful arrangement from Petal and Bean. After the ceremony, guests were invited to enjoy cocktails and hors d'oeuvres on the patio while Syndicate Band played. The couple's four-tier forest-themed wedding cake incorporated tree, mountain and flower decor by Keystone Resort Bakery. Our favorite touch? Sasha's sister used a 3-D printer to create the white deer cake topper for the wedding cake. The entire day was wonderfully captured by From the Hip Photo. One idea from Sasha: "As a couple, we wanted the occasion to be a time to spend with family and friends, so we set up times for people to meet and spend together doing things that we would normally do."



Sasha bought her lace Augusta Jones dress at Anna Be Bridal Boutique.  She paired the dress with cowboy boots for a country-chic look.
For the bridal bouquet, Sasha chose flowers that were grown in Breckenridge, Colorado. Cream roses, dusty miller and assorted wildflowers made for a beautiful arrangement from Petal and Bean.
Groomsmen coordinated with the bridesmaids by wearing buttercream yellow ties. They also wore black dress pants with beige button-down vests.
Sasha had her bridesmaids select yellow dresses and accessorize with necklaces by an artist in Durango, Colorado.
"All the flowers chosen were grown in Breckenridge, Colorado," Sasha says. "And Eric and his brother had the Colorado state flower, the columbine, as their boutonnieres."
Satin Wedding Chair Bow Sash
Sasha and Eric's ceremony overlooked the beaver pond in the back of the lodge with the reception only steps away on the patio.
"We wanted a mountain-themed wedding that was quaint and cozy," Sasha says. "The wedding and reception were held at the Ski Tip Lodge in Keystone, Colorado, l which inspired most of the decorations and ambiance."
Log centerpieces were filled with cream and white roses, dusty miller, baby's breath, columbine and assorted wildflowers.
Strawberry Sorbet Dessert in Cocktail Glass
"The wedding cake was designed by the Keystone Resort baker, Ned, who was a blast to meet with and really made a beautiful cake that accented our cake toppers," Sasha says.
Sasha's sister used a 3-D printer to create the white deer cake topper for the couple's four-tier forest-themed wedding cake.