Katy + Zach

Convention went out the window at this urban locale in Denver’s RINO district, but none of the charm was lost for this modern couple.  Every painstaking detail translated into an effortlessly elegant environment, capturing their maverick spirit and encouraging guests to settle in. See more at 100 Layer Cake.

Kate + TJ

Whimsical only begins to describe this extraordinary late summer celebration. Layer upon layer of thoughtful finishes, unique to this couple, were served like courses throughout this grand family home in Denver’s Cheeseman Park neighborhood. Balloons poured from the windows, Art Nouveau furniture tucked in throughout and chandeliers hung from the trees overhead. See more at Town & Country.


Learn how to effortlessly execute the perfect winter tablescape from Heather Dwight of Calluna. Heather touches on each element of decor from place settings to furniture pieces and how she created a cohesive mixed-metal styled shoot.
See more at 5280.

Anne Marie + Adam

The definition of Modern Mountain, this Crested Butte peak-top roost shined with touches of wood, iron and concrete tempered by linen and mirror.  The carefully curated furnishings illustrated this couple’s confluence of individual styles in a tailored, thoughtful manner. The breathtaking view was only enhanced by an inspired perch to enjoy it.
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A Chic Mountain Ranch Wedding

Combining lush draping fabrics, carefully thought-through personal details, and a beautiful mountain day on a family's cherished ranch results in a gorgeous not to be forgotten. Take a look at this mountain chic wedding with drapery and lighting treatments creating the perfect day. See more at Couture Colorado.


An intimate and comfortable gathering space was the point of this styled shoot. The warmth of summer was clearly captured with an undoubtedly cozy tipi, relaxed dining setting, and stunning florals. Get swept away into the comfort of the sun as you peek through these beautiful images. See more at Green Wedding Shoes.


As if the packed-to-the-gills, bursting-at-the-seams snow cat ride up a hill to this venue in the middle of Winter wasn’t exciting enough, we enjoyed setting this elopement among Trappers Cabin’s dense and seemingly endless grove of aspen trees. Decor styles were varied shades of white with a modern touch of clear acrylic and then a warmer color palette of rose gold, deep reds and wood tones inside for dinner. See more at Rocky Mountain Bride.

Artists For Peace and Justice

The stately courtyard came alive at St. Regis Aspen as guests gathered to celebrate an ex cause and a new year.  Hand-crafted Haitian masks were the highlight set upon a foundation of raw materials from reclaimed wood to hammered gold. This dynamic setting perfectly paired with the joyful fête. See more at Artists for Peace and Justice