An Organic Yellow and Blue Fall Wedding at Vail Cascade Resort & Spa in Vail, Colorado

Gorgeous shades of yellow and blue filled Kimberly Kincaid (31 and a physical therapist) and Charles Roach’s (31 and works in advertising) fall weddin

Gorgeous shades of yellow and blue filled Kimberly Kincaid (31 and a physical therapist) and Charles Roach’s (31 and works in advertising) fall wedding at Vail Cascade Resort in Vail, Colorado. “I’ve always wanted an outdoor wedding in the fall (my favorite season!),” Kimberly says. “The outdoor backdrop of the Cascade deck was absolutely breathtaking—especially in October with the golden Aspen leaves fluttering and falling all around us as the mountain creek rushed by ahead of us.” The couple also loved the kind, helpful staff that made them feel right at home (even with their Southern hospitality standards from their Georgia roots!). Wanting their wedding to be ultra-local, they used mostly Colorado-based wedding professionals, including Kimberly’s dress designer! She bought her simple, classic strapless A-line dress from Something New Boutique in Colorado Springs that was designed by the store owner. “Though already in love with the dress, I was completely sold on it when told that some of the proceeds of that particular dress purchase would go toward battling sex trafficking, which is a cause dear to both Charles and myself along with the boutique owner,” Kimberly says. The couple used a royal blue and canary yellow color palette to play off the natural fall mountain colors, and worked with Vintage Magnolia to add wildflowers throughout. At the end of the night, the couple enjoyed a delicious Aspen tree-inspired wedding cake from Whole Foods and danced to A Great Time DJ. “We hired one of the most popular, hands-down recommended DJs in the Vail area,” Kimberly says. “They blew our expectations out of the water, kept things tasteful, and had even our parents on the dance floor all night!”

Charles proposed with a ring he custom designed through Solomon Brothers in Atlanta. “He purposefully wanted to solidify our commitment in the Lord, so he designed a three-in-one ring representing the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit in a three-diamond design with The One (aka God) symbolized in a tiny diamond at the base of the ring under the three stones above. During his proposal, he explained the significance and melted my heart!”
Kimberly wore peep-toe royal blue heels that she got from Zappos.
Kimberly carried sunflowers, scabies, hypericum berries, roses and Veronica in her bouquet for a colorful wildflower look.
Wildflower-Inspired Sunflower, Dahlia, Hypericum Bouquet
The bridesmaids wore knee-length royal blue dress in the style of their choice. They completed their look with their own nude heels.
Classic, Formal Black and Royal Blue Groomsmen Attire
Pink Wildflower Groomsmen Boutonniere
Kimberly and Charles exchanged vows under an Aspen wedding arch that florist Vintage Magnolia adorned with sunflowers, dahlias, hypericum berries and roses.
Yellow Aspen Leaf-Filled Flower Girl Basket
Classic White Flower Girl Dress with Tiered Skirt
“I’ve always wanted an outdoor wedding in the fall (my favorite season!),” Kimberly says. “The outdoor backdrop of the Cascade deck was absolutely breathtaking—especially in October with the golden Aspen leaves fluttering and falling all around us as the mountain creek rushed by ahead of us. God couldn't have painted a more colorful, amazing outdoor portrait for us!”
Kimberly and Charles First Kiss at Vail Cascade
Kimberly and Charles Recessional in Colorado
Classic Black-and-White Escort Cards
Sunflower, Dahlia, Hypericum Centerpieces with Candles
Rustic Wildflower, Sunflower Centerpieces
“Our invitations were yellow Aspen trees set against a gray background,” Kimberly says. “We decided to stick with our Aspen undertones and make our guests excited about a beautiful Colorado getaway.”
Kimberly and Charles enjoyed a three-tier wedding cake from Whole Foods in Colorado Springs. “We chose one of their most popular kinds—the berry chantilly whipped vanilla buttercream cake,” Kimberly says. “As for its design, we chose a custom-made Aspen tree with our initials carved into a heart on the side.”
“Instead of opting for cupcakes, we chose an assortment of at least 13 kinds of round pastries,” Kimberly says.
“We hired one of the most popular, hands-down recommended DJs in the Vail area-A Great Time DJ,” Kimberly says. “They kept the crowd (and us!) on the dance floor the entire reception! We couldn't have asked for anyone or anything better! They blew our expectations out of the water, kept things tasteful, and had even our parents on the dance floor all night!”
Kimberly and Charles Grand Exit