Maggie + Brendan // September 23. 2017 // Estes Park

THIS beautiful couple. They met at a Dierks Bentley concert only to find out they worked for the same company. After much convincing Maggie gave Brendan a chance, and here we are today. Brendan's laid back, relaxed attitude perfectly compliments Maggie's passion and drive. The two shared their vows at Our Lady of the Mountains Catholic Church in Estes Park, and celebrated afterwards with family and friends at the Twin Owls Steakhouse --- the perfect location for a destination Colorado wedding! 

Moriah Sutton photographed their day, and she captured their love so beautifully, we just couldn't wait to share! 

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The color palette was primarily blush with a touch of burgundy and deep raspberry tones and accenting greens with foliage and pines --- a colorado dream bouquet! 

Moriah Sutton captured the details of Maggie and Brendan's day so wonderfully, not a single component was missed! 

We loved this crown created with spray roses, calcynia, and eucalyptus --- Maggie wore it so well!!

The look of the Groom's face as he sees his Bride for the first time on their wedding day is an incredible moment, this is why we love first looks! There's just something about seeing each other for the first time in private, it's very sentimental and creates the perfect opportunity for the most beautiful and emotional photographs! 

The mix-matched, blush bridesmaid gowns were from the Vera Wang collection at David’s Bridal.  And Maggie's unique, one of a kind dress was custom designed especially for her from Blushing Bride in Frisco, Texas.  

Maggie's beautiful hair was done by Ray Hornback from Voltage Hair. Makeup was by Keegan Steele from Steele the Spotlight, talk about a dream team! She literally took our breath away!

The perfect Father-Daughter walk down the aisle at the beautiful Church, Our Lady of the Mountains. 

Maggie and Brendan chose to have simple ceremony decor with an arrangement at the base of the Church altar to bring the color palette into their ceremony space! 

This fur coat though!! 

Hanging and trailing ribbons add a wispy and ethereal movement to wedding photos, and we think they are just the best accent to bridal bouquets!! 

We'll never tire of welcome sign flowers, the perfect way to usher your guests into your reception! 

Maggie and Brendan chose to have garlands for their reception table decor, perfect for the long tables at Twin Owls Steakhouse

Greenery chandeliers are a must for a warm and celebratory Colorado mountain reception! 

Marcie from Colorado Rose Company decorated this stunning cake --- accented with olive branch, seeded eucalyptus, and spray roses. 

Maggie and Brendan's day was made so beautiful with the help of the following incredible vendors! 

Moriah Sutton Photography

 Voltage Hair

 Steele the Spotlight

Colorado Rose Company

Twin Owls Steakhouse

Our Lady of the Mountains

Thank you for reading, we hope you enjoyed this stunning wedding as much as we did!

L+L Team

Mica + Brian, 4.7.13

Our 2013 wedding season could not have begun any better.  Our always smiling, Nederland love birds were a pure joy to work with! Their early April wedding at Della Terra Mountain Chateau in Estes Park, Colorado began with the sun shining bright, giving Keegan with Steele the Spotlight the perfect setting for makeup.  The air was brisk.  Our well rested minds were ready for all the beauty to come.  

There is something special about a Sunday wedding.  The hype of the weekend is over, our bodies are more relaxed.  This particularSunday afternoon had such simple elegance with a calm in the air.  Our bride Mica's love for yellow and grey was in just enough details.  The choice in flowers gave a whimsical and fun feel.  Each table's centerpieces were in various shaped glassware, chosen by the bride's mother.

One of our favorite details?  Upside down light bulbs lining the aisle with flowers in them!  This was the perfect touch for a family who owns Lumenarea in Longmont, Colorado. 

Another personalized touch was a handmade Aspen arch, hand carved with the bride and grooms initials, wedding date and hearts. Our good friend, Pablo, creates these beautiful arches, and we are lucky to put our florals on it.  When the bride’s Mother saw this personalized arch with flowers on the top two corners, tears came to her eyes.

Just as guests were arriving, we were headed back to Fort Collins…happy with wedding number one, looking forward to a busy wedding season!