Yes, that’s right – this wedding was planned in just 48-hours. Well, not really. Our client, who had planned a beautiful Estes Park wedding for 15 months, was found without a venue when the 100-year floods shut down the resort town just two weeks before the big day. Within two days, the wedding was replanned and moved to a Denver church and five-star hotel in downtown.
Our client’s style was art nouveau, with ivory, gold, and pinks serving as the primary colors. After the heartfelt ceremony, the couple treated guests to amazing food, libations and the sounds of the band Tunisia, which rocked the night away. When not dancing, one would find guests in the photo booth or nibbling on tasty cake, essentially forgetting the wedding was originally planned for an entirely different location. This wedding was beautiful – and we can help you create your special day (and manage moving it at the last minute if necessary). Visit us today at www.markchristopherweddings.com.
Planner : Mark Christopher Wedding & Events
Photography : Elevate Photography
Venue – Ceremony : Good Shepherd Catholic Church
Venue – Reception : The Ritz Carlton
Floral : Bare Root Flora
Cake Design : Intricate Icings
Entertainment – Band : Pat Emerine Productions
Entertainment – Photo Booth : Red Door Photo Booth
Hair and Make-up : Steele the Spotlight
Linens : Chair Covers and Linens
Stationery : Reaves Engraving
Calligraphy : Pretty Writing – Evette Goldstein
Transportation : Denver Limo