A Country Wedding at Aurum Food and Wine in Steamboat Springs, Colorado

                    Warm shades of red, orange and yellow colored all the details in Rebecca King (29 and a manager) and Ross Jacobs's (36 and a con

Warm shades of red, orange and yellow colored all the details in Rebecca King (29 and a manager) and Ross Jacobs's (36 and a consultant) wedding. Since Rebecca loves gold, she knew she wanted to incorporate the metallic hue into the decor. It was only appropriate that they chose Aurum Food and Wine in Steamboat Springs, Colorado, for their reception since "aurum" means gold in Latin. The naturally beautiful venue was perfect, with its indoor and outdoor options and its customizable space. Since Rebecca loves a good DIY project, she made everything: 80 gold-dipped vases for the centerpieces, metallic bunting over the cake table, calligraphed escort cards and signs. The day started with a Catholic ceremony at Holy Name Catholic Church. When Rebecca and Ross booked the chapel, it was still being built, but they loved how it turned out with its rustic mountain aura. As soon as the couple confirmed they were getting married on a mountain, Rebecca decided to wear cowboy boots for a little country flair. Before the reception, she changed out of her Jenny Yoo gown and into a short J.Crew dress, so she could kick it in her boots well into the night. See all our favorite details, captured by John Bosley Photography, below.

One Fine Day Productions created all the stunningly florals. Rebecca carried a textured bouquet, which included white peonies, orange roses, yellow ranunculus, green poppy pods, green scabiosa pods and mint dusty miller.
When Rebecca and Ross confirmed they were getting married on a mountain in Steamboat Springs, Colorado, Rebecca knew she wanted to wear cowboy boots. She found her the perfect white embroidered pair at the Cowboys and Indians boutique in downtown Steamboat Springs.
Rebecca wore her hair in a stylish updo so she it wouldn't get in her way. Off 7th Studio did a wonderful job doing everyone's hair and makeup, and Rebecca loved the results. The bride added fresh yellow and orange ranunculus blooms to her hair for a little pop of color.
Rebecca wanted her dress to be classic yet budget friendly. She found a white Jenny Yoo bridesmaid dress on BHLDN and immediately loved it. Between the strapless sweetheart neckline and flowing tulle skirt, it was everything she wanted. She completed the gown with a beaded sash, also from BHLDN.
Rebecca and Ross exchanged vows at Holy Name Catholic Church in Steamboat Springs, Colorado. When they chose it, the church was still being built. But it was absolutely breathtaking, and they loved being one of the first couples married in the chapel.
The bridesmaids donned short white dresses and matching Shepler cowboy boots for the country wedding. Rebecca loved how they echoed her look. Ross and the groomsmen wore charcoal gray suits with orange ties. Since orange is the groom's favorite color, they were sure to incorporate it throughout the decor.
Ross's favorite color is orange, so Rebecca and Ross wanted the bright color to make an appearance. The groomsmen boutonnieres, created by One Fine Day Productions, included orange ranunculus, baby's breath, a scabiosa pod and silver brunia balls. Ross and the groomsmen also rocked orange ties with their charcoal gray suits.
Rebecca and Ross had their reception at Aurum Food and Wine on the Yampa River in Steamboat Springs, Colorado. Rebecca loves gold and wanted to incorporate the metallic hue into the decor. Appropriately, "aurum" means gold in Latin. "The restaurant already had a great look and feel, so it was easy to work with," she says.
Rebecca and Ross reused the black lanterns from their ceremony as the centerpieces on the reception tables. They were displayed on unfinished-wood rounds for a little rustic flair. Gold-dipped vases were filled with yellow and orange ranunculus, red poppies, green poppy pods, blush peonies and white roses.
Rebecca is the manager of an art store and loves little DIY projects. She hand-dipped 80 glass vases into gold leaf to use for the centerpieces. She loved the raw, textured look. The gold also looked amazing with the bold poppy blooms.
Rebecca made all the place cards herself with black calligraphy on white card stock. The bride also made all the signs, bunting and centerpieces for a personal touch.
For dessert, Rebecca and Ross served a three-tier white buttercream cake created by Maggie & Molly's Sweet Life. The outside was covered in white textured buttercream as well as cascading poppy pods, ranunculus and roses.
After dinner and toasts, Rebecca changed into this knee-length white J.Crew dress for dancing in her cowboy boots. She and Ross danced to a cover on an unreleased song by the Lumineers called "Falling." At the end of the song, Ross surprised her with "21 Questions" by 50 Cent because he says that's their true song.