Today’s wedding is basically the definition of boho chic. Molly and Ben are a gorgeous couple with amazing style that is reflected in every detail of their DIY wedding at Denver Botanical Gardens at Chatfield. According to their photographer, Joshua McDonald, the couple isn’t just stylish, they’re pretty amazing people as well.
“Molly & Ben made themselves available to all of my ideas for photographing, were so easy to work with, and when it came to them looking at each other or embracing one another, it was natural & unforced. They even went out into the rain for some photographs. At the end of the day, during reception, the thunderstorm rolled in and then turned into a monsoon/flood. We, of course, didn’t let that stop us from having an amazing wedding. The guests kept laughing, the drinks kept pouring, the music kept playing and it ended as a smashing success.”
Not every groom can say he went snowboarding on his wedding day, but when your venue is part of a ski resort, the odds are in your favor. Brian and Meg’s gorgeous wedding at Fairmont Chateau in Whistler, BC succeeded in being both classically beautiful and decidedly adventurous.
After a traditional catholic ceremony, the pretty couple took a horse drawn carriage to their reception venue – and Brian took a couple of quick turns on the mountain. From the lush white and green bouquets to the subtle rustic touches in the decor – we are feeling quite inspired for upcoming winter weddings!
Cory is a firefighter and is often gone for long periods of time in the summer. Though he and his wife, Katie, will always miss each other while he’s away, they decided to get married at sunset so that they can think of that moment anytime the sunsets when they’re apart.
This beautiful sentiment was just one of many personal touches in their Still Water Hollow, Idaho wedding. Katie’s mom made the quilts that decorated the walls of their reception and even under took all of their flower arrangements. Talk about a work of love!