Elegant Pink And Navy Colorado Wedding

Flowers: Bare Root Flora

Photographer: Laura Murray Photography
Venue & Caterer: Mount Princeton Hot Springs
Makeup: Kelsey Zabawa
Groom's Attire: Joseph A. Bank
Jewelry: Little White Dress
Shoe Designer: Kate Spade
Stationery: Kristie Carney Design
Bridesmaid Dresses: J.Crew
Bridesmaid Boots: DSW
Mens Ties: Land's End
Wedding Dress Hanger: Get Hung Up
Photobooth: Robin Cain Photography
Hair: Alex Sternberg
Cake: Victoria Dent
DJ, Officiant, Paper Pom Flowers & Ceremony Music: Family Friends | Dress Designer, Table Runners, Veil, Hair Accessories, Reception Signs, Wooden Candle Holders, Wooden Sign, Programs, Corn Hole Games, Table Numbers & Bridesmaid Necklaces: Bride, Groom, & Family

Read on to see how much this elegant pink and navy Colorado wedding cost. Please note that costs change as the years go by, and prices are subject to change. This is just one couple’s breakdown to give you a rough estimate on how much a wedding like this may cost you.

With the wedding expenses, I knew I was willing to invest with photography, since that was ultimately the most important on my list, something we could both cherish forever. With that being said, I knew I needed to adjust in other areas, which is partly why I wanted to do so much on my own. (That, and I really enjoyed all these projects I got to do with my family.) The largest cost of the wedding was the catering, which ended up being about $10,000, and we had 220 guests.  Our total expenses ended up going slightly over our initial budget, but we also ended up having a larger guest list than initially planned too.  We were able to do it all for well under $30,000.  Having the help and willingness of so many close friends and family made having our (what I would call large) wedding possible and within a reasonable budget for us.