Love is not canceled, neither is your planning. Get advice on what's next for you.

A Formal Outdoor Wedding in Colorado Springs, CO

The Bride Lindsey Wildman, 29, a catering manager at The Broadmoor The Groom Michael Suggs, 31, a commercial real estate broker at NAI Highland LLC Th

The Bride Lindsey Wildman, 29, a catering manager at The Broadmoor The Groom Michael Suggs, 31, a commercial real estate broker at NAI Highland LLC The Date May 28 With a love of springtime, Lindsey and Michael also wanted to embrace the formal environment at The Broadmoor. The final look? A soft romantic soiree with a luxe garden vibe.

At the end of the night, guests went home with mini apple pies made from Lindsey's own recipe.
For her something blue, Lindsey's grandmother made a crochet piece with her soon-to-be initial S.
When Lindsey saw these pink peep-toe pumps online, she had to go try them on. They were the perfect fit for her look!
The couple's florist created tall centerpieces with sweet pink florals and hanging crystals.
The newlyweds danced to Michael's song of choice: Lye Lovett's I Know You Know.
Tables were draped in champagne-hued satin linens, while sweet pink florals created an enchanting garden environment.
Coated in buttercream frosting, the four-tiered cake was decorated with handmade sugar flowers.
Each invitation box included champagne and ivory metallic stock cards and was marked with custom peony stamps.
As a way to tie in fancy elements, rows of fresh white dahlias were placed alongside the escort cards.
The string quartet played Antonio Vivaldi's Spring as Lindsey's father walked her down the aisle.
Crystal Flower Hairpieces
Silk ribbon, monogrammed with each bridesmaid's initials, was wrapped around their pink bouquets.
Views of Cheyenne Mountain set the scene for the couple's picturesque nuptials on the Lakeside Terrace.
Gold-beaded glass chargers sat atop drop-down menus, which were marked with the couple's intricate calligraphy monogram.
Calligraphy Cake Tags