Simple, greens, natural, succulents and air plants were the words that described the vision that Rebekah had for her wedding. Jared lives in Colorado so she wanted the day to reflect the area that he loves also. I love the challenge of putting together something unique that fits each brides style.
Rebekah was such a calm bride. She knew what she liked and wanted everything to look nice but knew that the important part of the day was the marriage that would grow and last for years to come!
Rebekah’s sister Larissa was married two weeks before her. This family was crazy busy with planning, shopping, showers, and moving their girls either across the city or across the country. Her mom deserves a medal for keeping it all together and pulling off two beautiful weddings!
The reception was filled with lots of natural greens and succulents with a touch of copper in the lanterns and centerpiece containers.
I love how the backdrop gave that Colorado feel with the trees from Cinnamon Tree Farm. The arbor was constructed by her brother and the reception decor was put together by Carruts A wedding should be a reflection of the couple, their life and what they love! A wedding comes together by friends and family working together which is really how we do life…..with the help from so many friends and family! I am thankful for this family and thankful for the opportunity to be a part of Rebekah’s wedding!