On a beautiful Sunday in June, Isabelle and Nick said their teary eyed I dos at the stunning Manor House in Littleton, CO. Their navy and gold wedding had a classic, yet timeless feel with pops of pink, and a hint of Gatsby glam.
We're a little smitten over all the beautiful images from Taylor English Photography, and if you swing by the full gallery, you'll get to see even more amazing images from this special day! Be sure to pin your favorites!
Beautiful June I dos
From Taylor English Photography: It could not have been a more beautiful June Sunday in Colorado. Isabelle and Nick’s wedding was timeless, classic - gold, navy, and pink touches with just a tiny hint of Gatsby glamour. With the Rocky Mountains in the background and the city of Denver in the foreground, surrounded by friends and family, Isabelle and Nick tearfully whispered, “I do.”
From one bride to another
From the bride: The best advice I can give is to fully be in the moment and enjoy your special day. It is, after all, about you joining your life with your partner and while the party and hosting is part of it this day is about you two. One way to make sure you can relax, (if you're type A like I am), is to email your family and bridal party with a detailed timeline and extra information so everyone is prepared ahead of time. Everyone responded that they were glad to have all the information in advance and I didn't have to repeat myself multiple times. I also requested that my bridesmaids not ask me any questions on the day of the wedding, unless it was something they absolutely didn't know. My bridesmaids were amazing and let me just enjoy the day.
Choose your top 3
As I am sure you have been told, determine the top 3 things that are most important to you and put your money there. We found people who had very reasonable prices and excellent reviews. I would encourage everyone to do their research before committing to anything and not to feel pressure to select services simply because it was a referral from a friend or family member. All of our services were amazing and it really all contributed to the perfect day!
Cake topper switch-a-roo
There were two cake toppers accidentally put in the box given to the staff setting up the event. The one we wanted and the one we had made and decided not to use. I noticed it before we went into the reception and was fine just leaving it the way it was, but my amazing maid-of-honor overheard me mention it to my husband and tracked down our event coordinator to switch it. The coordinator fixed it before the photos of the cake were taken and when we went up to cut our cake I was thrilled! I didn't even know it was my maid-of honor who did that until after the wedding. I so appreciated her taking care of it!