Family traditions are what keep us rooted while we grow wings and work towards building a life of our own. Jenna and Jason wanted to honor and celebrate tradition as part of their wedding, bringing together three generations of family love in a peaceful mountain setting – a perfect blend of what they both wanted as part of their special day.
The couple made it official at the Ritz Carlton at Bachelor’s Gulch in Beaver Creek Colorado, a gorgeous destination wedding location with rustic charm combined with simple, yet elegant, accents.
Jenna’s dress was a classic design made of antique style lace, decorated tastefully with beads along the bodice that glinted beautifully in fall setting sun. The bridesmaids wore rose quartz colored flowing dresses reminiscent of a fall mountain sunset.
The bouquets, arrangements and wedding colors featured burgundy with some deep orange pops of color, combined with hints of cream, gold and pomegranate fig. This unique combination brought a soft, rich, romantic feel to the day, and created a wonderful contrast to the rich, yellow colors of autumn in Colorado.
It was an honor to be a part of all aspects of your wedding journey, from the engagement photos and rehearsal dinner through to your ceremony and reception. You created a charming day filled with love and celebration of family. As a married couple, together you can now grow new roots for the family tree. Best of luck! See the full feature on Elizabeth Anne Designs here.
Photography | Danielle DeFiore | Coordination | Embellish Productions | Florals | Park Floral Design | Venue | Ritz Carlton Bachelor Glutch | Invites | Minted | Bridesmaids Dresses | Jenny Yoo for BHLDN | Wedding Dress | Justin Alexander | Rings | Jessie Jaudes