A Vintage Wedding in Evergreen, CO

The Bride Holly Stewart, 31, a marketing and communications director at Access Fund The Groom Matt Smolenski, 34, account director at Faction Media Th

The Bride Holly Stewart, 31, a marketing and communications director at Access Fund The Groom Matt Smolenski, 34, account director at Faction Media The Date September 5 Holly was careful not to follow a matchy color theme. She collected lots of antique jars, bottles for lanterns and organic flower arrangements. Dark blue emerged as the primary color of the couple's rustic, vintage barn wedding.

After reading each other’s private vows, Holly and Matt exchanged traditional vows under the large stained-glass window inside the barn.
The couple hung photos of themselves with friends and family from pieces of clothesline and pins for a rustic touch.
Neither the bride nor the groom are fans of cake, so they treated guests to a pie bar featuring five flavors.
Simple Floral Centerpieces
In lieu of a traditional guest book, guests wrote down their wishes on cards and pinned them to curly branches displayed in a decorative vase.
Holly and her mom canned homemade strawberry, peach and cherry jam for guests to take home.
“Simple and organic” was how the bride described thistle, Dusty Miller, white wax flowers, wheat grass and scabiosa in her bouquet.
As a nod to Matt’s labor of love, fly fishing, he named each table after one of his favorite flies and displayed the cards in driftwood.
The bride teared up the first time she saw the stained glass and charming details of Evergreen Memorial Park Barn.
The simple, one-page programs were printed with the same Aspen tree design that the couple used on their invitations.
Keeping with the rustic wildflower look, the guys wore thistle and greenery on their lapels.
Following the dominant color of the day, the ladies wore marine-blue, tea-length dresses in their favorite flattering style.