Colorful and Classic Wedding at Falcon Club at US Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colorado

When it comes to state pride, high school sweethearts Brianna Keck (22 and a science teacher) and Adam Geeskie (23 and an Air Force pilot) are hard to top. "We love our beautiful home state and wanted our guests—especially the ones from out of state—to fall in love with it too," Brianna says. And that's how their wedding theme, which they dubbed "Colorado elegance," was born. From there they added bold shades of blue and yellow with touches of burlap and lace to give their late-spring nuptials an intimate, shabby-chic Colorado vibe. They were married in the Air Force Academy's chapel in Colorado Springs one week after Adam graduated, a detail that meant a lot to the new pilot.  "As we walked up the aisle, we had a sabre arch done my his friends, which is a very special memory," Brianna says. (The first sabre arch Brianna ever walked through was the one Adam proposed under, at the Academy's ring dance.) The bride's favorite flowers—daisies and sunflowers—fit the day's aesthetic perfectly and were used throughout the day's decor. As for her dress, Brianna always dreamed of looking like Belle from "Beauty and the Beast" on her wedding day. "My dress was really inspired by that dream," she says of her glamorous ruffled ball gown. "I loved all the little details of my wedding dress, specifically the flowers that are placed randomly around the dress. I felt like that gave it a hint of fun." —Meghan Overdeep