Chloe and Brandon got married on a super lovely day in mid-July at the Pavilion by the Stanley Hotel. Talk about a classic! I believe seeing wedding venues “in action” is a great way to get a feel for the place. I have done over 1500 weddings, so I usually, I am familiar with your venue before you even book me! This makes things super convenient for you! Plus, showing off my work “in action” through real weddings is also a great way for you to see what florals in your venue could look like. The best way to do this is through featuring real weddings right here on the blog!
Chloe and Brandon chose a lovely day in July to get married in Estes Park. They chose the historic Stanley Hotel as their wedding venue. The Stanley Hotel is such a classic staple of Estes Park! It’s so iconic. However, they have recently opened a dedicated events venue called the Pavilion. The Pavilion is brand new and full of amenities with a glass wall and beautiful water features! With all the perks of outside and all the benefits of an indoor wedding, it’s the best of both worlds! The couple wanted to include a beautiful, lush collection of flowers. For her bridal chose a beautiful, lush red and white bouquet.
For their ceremony, the couple chose the open-air option. Chloe and Brandon raised the glass wall to access the outdoor water feature. To accent the water feature, we created a very low, very lush floral arrangement.
Afterward, the couple moved inside for their reception. They wanted to incorporate some personality into their day. So, they chose to incorporate some of Chloe’s heritage, through the use of Spanish numbers on the tablescape.
I love making so many different couples’ wedding dreams come true! Seriously, it is the best part of my job. I also love being able to make your wedding planning process as fun, simple and seamless as possible. Because of this, I am so proud to be familiar with a lot of the area wedding venues- since I’ve done weddings there before, I know what looks best! However, there are of course places I haven’t been! Don’t worry though, if you don’t see your venue on the blog, reach out! I love getting to know new people and places and I am super flexible about walkthroughs.
And finally, as always, I wanted to wish our beautiful couple the happiest of marriages.