From Table 6 Production’s blog post:
”Brittany is an old soul living in today’s modern world. In fact, she is a personal stylist and Public Relations guru for Neiman Marcus. To say she has great taste is an understatement. When it came to the vision of her Colorado wedding, she channeled her inner 1700’s era love for Marie Antoinette. From the coupe champagne glass tower to the ostrich feathers, all the details of this gorgeous wedding iwere meticulously detailed and thought through. Since she was building the wedding from the ground up, she knew that hiring a Colorado Wedding Planner was a must. Lucky us!
As guests entered the yard of her parent’s home, they were greeted by a serpentine aisle lined in lanterns and ribbons. Guests were handed a signature drink in Pink, one of the main colors in the overall vision of the wedding. They took their seats in Gold “Versailles” inspired chairs (the very place Marie Antoinette was married) and took in the gorgeous views. The dome shaped structure adorned with chiffon drape, crystal chandeliers and beautiful florals framed the ceremony site. The bride wore a gorgeous wedding dress that was faintly blue with feather embroidered detail.
After the ceremony, cocktails were served by the pool. Guests entered the tent through a vintage gate adorned with vines. Custom boxwood walls displayed gorgeous vintage mirrors from Anthropologie and were calligraphied by hand. Long farm tables greeted each guest with vintage mismatched china, ornate gold chargers and flatware, as well as gold rimmed glassware. The gold vintage make up mirrors featured each table number. Gorgeous crystal and pink candelabras provided real candlelight all evening.
The guests danced under the stars in a beautifully appointed clear tent with luxe drape and over 19 crystal chandeliers. After the groom poured the blue champagne into the tower, the Bride and Groom performed their first dance on a custom black and white dance floor with vintage pattern. Guests dined on various food stations including an arepas station honoring the groom’s Venezuelan heritage. Their custom wedding cake was the most magnificent thing we have ever seen. A Macaron tower was displayed with French flair on a vintage blue dresser. Guests danced late into the night and snacked on mini sliders, pomme frites and charcuterie.”
Vendor Dream Team
Wedding Planner/Event Designer: Table 6 Productions
Wedding Dress: http://www.annabe.com
Brittany & Brandon’s wedding was photographed by Katie Baechler and gracious second photographer, Sarah Goff.