Carolyn & Nick were married in July at beautiful Ten Mile Station in Breckenridge. We were so proud to design a watercolor wedding invitation suite along with some other day-of details for them! These photos from Amy Caroline Photography show off all the timeless beauty from their day!
Update: This real wedding was featured on the CoutureColorado Blog
Carolyn & Nick’s Wedding Style
Kellie from Colorado Wedding Company planned an elegant day for these two that played up the mountain setting while incorporating their personalities throughout.
Custom Stationery Design Process
For Carolyn & Nick’s stationery they knew from the start that they wanted to include a hand painted wedding crest. Their crest was so special as it incorporated the state flowers from both of their home states on either side – Colorado Columbines for Nick and Texas Bluebonnets for Carolyn. These flowers are interwoven with blush florals for their wedding and some mountain inspired foliage – evergreen pine needles and aspen leaves. The mountain theme was carried watercolor wedding invitation suite through an envelope liner and custom wax seal to tie it all together.
Whimsy’s Favorite Design Detail
In addition to their watercolor wedding invitations, we also designed some details for the day-of: welcome bag maps, ceremony programs, place cards, table numbers and my absolute favorite – SLAP BRACELET escort cards! Yes, slap bracelets! Now I can’t exactly take credit for the idea, as this was all Carolyn & Nick’s doing, but I was so excited to be a part of it! I was able to hand letter script on the bracelets and then guests had the fun of slapping them on to find their tables! Love it!
Congratulations love birds!
Vendor Credits // Photography: Amy Caroline Photography // Venue: Ten Mile Station Breckenridge // Planning: Colorado Wedding Company // Videographer: Avenir Cinema // Floral Design: Bloom Flowershop // Cake Artist – Katy Pierson with Sugar Breck // Makeup and Hair Artist: Colorado Makeup and Hair // Wedding Dress: Bliss by Monique Lhuillier
Can’t get enough of this watercolor suite? Check out a few of my (amateur) photos to see more details!