Echoing the Pantone Colors of 2016, rose quartz and serenity, this Colorado styled shoot brings cool and warm hues together in a romantic merger that is right on point. While the cool tones found in the pale blue gown, elegant glassware, marbled blue-grey cake, and groom's charcoal suit compliment the seasonal temperatures and crisp air of the Rocky Mountains, the pale pink candles, silk ribbon on the bouquet, pops of striking pink on the cake and in the florals, and finally the eye-catching rose gold silverware, really warm up the entire look, taking their cue from the warmth of the stone surroundings. A range of greens bring extra life to the atmosphere, especially since there isn't any natural foliage or greenery on site. It's a palette perfect for a couple who is drawn to both the elegance of cool hues and the romance of a warm tones, not to mention ideal for a wedding that straddles the winter and spring seasons.
Credits // Photography - Callie Hobbs Photography / Planning + Design - Lauren Groeper of Chancey Charm / Floral Design - Bare Root Flora / Hair + Makeup - The Bridal Goddess / Gown - Emma & Grace Bridal Studio / Suit - Generation Tux / Ring - Trumpet & Horn / Hair Comb - BHLDN / Cake - Wildflower Cakes / Paper Goods - Anthologie Press / Linens - Wildflower Linen / Candleholders - SB Borrowed / Rentals - Eclectic Hive / Models - Meghan Lynch + John Lundy / Venue - Cherokee Ranch & Castle //