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Petite Weddings, Perfect for the Current Situation

Updated: May 6, 2020

Petite Weddings are the way to go with the current status of the world. A small intimate affair filled with only your closest loved ones is arguably one of our favorite ways to celebrate your love. Brittnee and Aurelien got married in June 2019. They celebrated with 13 close friends and family members during one of the best months at Blackstone Rivers Ranch. June in Idaho Springs is filled with warm air, lush green trees, and full flower beds. Which can all be experienced on the grounds of Blackstone Rivers Ranch. Britnee wore a stunning lace gown with bohemian vibes. Atop her fabulous bridal hair, instead of a veil, Britnee wore a sparkly silver headpiece that added to the bohemian theme of the day. The couple was wed under a triangle arbor adorned with a large dream catcher. Scott Schiesswohl, the officiant for most of our Petite Weddings pronounced Britnee and Aurelien wed as they stood with their Best Man and Man of Honor. Yes, Britnee had a Man of Honor. The 13 guests proceed to cocktail hour and dinner under the Pavilion patio for a cozy wedding evening. The dinner was catered by La Cuisine of Evergreen, who gave guests the option of chicken with parmesan sauce or crab-stuffed salmon, both delicious options. While we provide a cake from Nothing Bundt Cakes for all our Petite Weddings, some couples opt to bring their own dessert. Britnee and Aurelien opted to bring in another dessert: a stunning cake with a beautiful hand-painted flower design! As a cake topper, the couple had two blue glass elephants which represented the two of them. Petite Weddings can be just as special as a big, lavish event. Thank you, to all the amazing vendors and to Britnee and Aurelien. This wedding day is one of our favorites.

Photographer: Lindy Hickman Photography | Florist: Compass Rose Floral | Caterer: La Cuisine of Evergreen | Dessert: Honeycombe | Rental Company: Wallflower Rentals | Officiant: Scott Schiesswohl



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