Hey Brides, interested in planning a fall wedding? Let this mountain-inspired design from Sweetly Paired be your guide. They wanted to bring the outdoors in, so they chose the Blanc Denver in Colorado to host this rustic romance with an industrial city vibe.
The amazing mountain backdrop set against a brick wall is the highlight of the design, and that’s just the beginning. A hot cider bar, colored glassware, and fall florals are what await you below! Captured by Ashley Kidder, check out all the amazing ideas below from the vendors, and catch the entire shoot in the full gallery.
This shoot is a fall-inspired, mountains in the city shoot. It featured a real Colorado same-sex couple, Alexi & Taylor. They were gorgeous, and SO in love. We had local vendors for every detail, from food to flowers, rentals to dessert... and even a hot cider bar, awesome Edison bulbs in the trees, and a RAD mountain arch! The shoot was right in the center of downtown Denver, but the mountains were still captured in the vision with a local company's custom mountain arch!
The florals have touches of all of the fall colors, with bronze being the primary tone. The rentals for the tablescape had mixed metallics, from gold to copper. The Charlotte glassware picked up the light and the amber cut-glass water goblets brought the moodiness we were after. Catering by Design delivered with the gorgeous passed hors d'ourves, and Olive and Poppy managed the floral design with superior style and class. The rentals were a mix of Colorado Party Rentals, Chaircovers and Linens (napkins), and Have a Seat Colorado. The hot cider station came from Yours Truly Cupcake, and the first dance was flanked by one of our favorite DJs, Sound Master Entertainment.
This budget is assuming 100 guests. Some of the costs you'll have are scaleable, some are not. These are the averages our clients spend to come to the look we've shown here. Budgets should be flexible, and should represent you as a couple, as well as creating a guest experience that wows your guests. Every financial decision should lead back to that guest experience. Here is the breakdown of this budget!
Photographer - 8 hours - $4000
Planner - Partial Planning Package - $3500
Rentals for 100 guests - $5000
Food for 100 guests - $15000
Venue - $6500
DJ - $1500
Lighting - Edison Bulbs - $1000
Florals - Assuming 100 guests - $5000
Bar Service - $1000
Booze - $2000
Paper Goods - $850
Officiant - $650
Favors - $400
Linens - $500
Arch and ceremony rugs and decor - $600 (arch only $300)