A Rustic Wedding at Spruce Mountain Ranch in Larkspur, Colorado

Madeline McBride (29 and an ob-gyn) and Matt Comneck (28 and works in medical device sales) wanted their wedding to be soft, beautiful, fresh and roma

Madeline McBride (29 and an ob-gyn) and Matt Comneck (28 and works in medical device sales) wanted their wedding to be soft, beautiful, fresh and romantic, and with the help of wedding planners from Bello & Blue Events, they totally nailed it. Shades of blush and mint filled the rustic mountaintop space of Spruce Mountain Ranch in Larkspur, Colorado, and were perfectly paired with wood, chalkboards and plenty of candles. Bello & Blue Events did more than just bring Madeline and Matt's vision to life, though. They also made all the stunning florals that brought the outside in. "I loved the rustic feel of our venue and wanted flowers and a color pattern that didn't overpower the views and beauty of the Colorado landscape," Madeline says. The stunning Spruce Mountain Ranch inspired a lot of the day's details, and Madeline and Matt kept their decor minimal to let the space speak for itself. "We chose to have our wedding in Colorado because of its beauty and because all our friends and family were dying to come and visit," Madeline says. "Spruce Mountain Ranch was exactly what we were looking for, packed with views, charm and quintessential Colorado. On top of that, it was super-convenient to have the beauty of the mountains and ranch, but still have quick access to the airport and a fantastic hotel for our guests." See all our favorite details from Madeline and Matt's wedding, beautifully captured by Caroline Colvin Photography, below.

Minted.com created Madeline and Matt's stationery. The paper goods were printed on ivory stock with gray and blush writing, which totally set the tone for the day but was different enough to feel personal.
"I love the rustic feel of our venue and wanted flowers and a color pattern that didn't overpower the views and beauty of the Colorado landscape," Madeline says. Wedding planners Bello & Blue Events created her stunning bouquet using pink peonies, green succulents, scabiosa pods, astilbes and seeded eucalyptus.
In order to point guests in the right direction, Madeline and Matt created wooden arrows painted with the big events: ceremony, dinner and dancing. The top of the sign had their first initials with "best day ever" written underneath.
The bridesmaids wore long blush dresses in different styles but the same color. Madeline loved how it allowed the ladies to bring a little personality to their look. The groomsmen donned fitted light gray suits. Matt stood out from the group with a little darker gray suit and a tan vest, so he could remove his jacket at the reception but still look formal.
The bridesmaids carried white spider mums, blush roses, pink astilbes, green scabiosa pods and mint dusty miller in their textured bouquets. Madeline loved the naturally gorgeous vistas of Spruce Mountain Ranch  in Larkspur, Colorado, and wanted the decor to go with it.
To welcome guests to the ceremony at Spruce Mountain Ranch in Larkspur, Colorado, Madeline and Matt wrote the program onto a teal-wood-framed chalkboard. The flowing writing and turquoise color totally matched the day's look and feel.
Madeline and Matt exchanged vows in an industrial, rustic ballroom at Spruce Mountain Ranch in Larkspur, Colorado. The rock fireplace that they used as their altar fit in with the wooden walls and ceilings. They added hydrangeas and curly willow to the room to bring the outside in.
Wanting her look to fit the romantic, rustic theme, Madeline wore crystal chandelier earrings with a crystal bracelet. They went perfectly with her Tara Keely dress.
Instead of traditional escort cards, Madeline and Matt wrote their guests' names onto a white vintage window frame and displayed it at the reception entrance.
The reception tables were topped with tall vases filled with blush and ivory hydrangeas, tall curly willow and eucalyptus leaves. The beautiful arrangements, by wedding planners from Bello & Blue Events, totally brought the outside in to the rustic reception space.
The reception tables were topped with wooden rounds and little bark-decorated vases filled with pink ranunculus, blush sweet peas and mint dusty miller. Mercury glass and candles added plenty of romance to the space.
"Our dessert bar was definitely a slam dunk," Madeline says. They had delicious carrot cake and cake pops made by one of their friends, Rice Krispies Treats made by Madeline's mom and other desserts from Amber Fontenot Ferriss. For a traditional cake cutting, Madeline and Matt had a two-tier white buttercream cake decorated with pink ranunculus.
Keeping with the rustic romance theme, Madeline chose a stunning Tara Keely modified A-line wedding dress. She loved that the silhouette showed off her shape while not overwhelming her petite frame. And the lace added a timeless touch to her look.