Burgundy and bronze are pretty much a heavenly color combination … don’t you think? Soak it up in our next inspirational shoot along with a cozy barn, and that untamed mountain vibe of Western Colorado.
With a stunning bride, one of the coolest antler necklaces we have ever seen, and an array of stunning florals from Colorado wedding floral extraordinaire Three Leaf Floral. Colorado here we come! As always there is so much more burgundy and bronze fall wedding ideas in the full gallery here. All beautifully captured by K Robinson Photography.
Our 1940’s style hand made letterpress save the dates were designed by the talented Dale Brown of Cargo Collective and hand made by Dave at The Letterpress. The letter-pressed cards are on a heavy ivory paper with grey and merlot accents. The stag antlers crown the top of this stationary. Undoubtedly a labor of love…
In Grand Junction, aspens, willows and orchards dazzle in Autumn. This shoot took inspiration from the natural beauties Western Colorado has to offer. Cozy barn spaces, abundant harvests and an untamed mountain vibe. This styled shoot features locally grown florals, Rocky Mountain foliage, and bronze accents – pair all these at an historic apple orchard, and it’s bound to warm your senses.
And then there is the dress! A light gold and ivory lace gown with a fitted bodice and sweetheart neckline designed by Allure Bridals and contributed by Colorado bridal boutique Annelise Bridal Boutique. Her collections are always classy, sophisticated and just perfect for whatever look a bride would need.
Event Designer & Flowers: Kelly Mendenhall of Three Leaf Floral
Photographer: K Robinson Photography
Venue: Cross Orchards Historic Site
Dress Designer: Allure Bridals
Groom's Attire: Volcom
Jewelry: Saydie Bell Jewlery
Stationery: The Letterpress
Dress Shop & Veil or Hair Accessories: Annelise Bridal Boutique
Bridesmaid Attire: Pollux Clothing Company