April 4, 2012 | 1 Comment
Erin and Matt’s Mount Princeton wedding was a wonderful event with family and friends. The wedding’s location at the Mount Princeton Hot Springs Resort in Colorado was the perfect atmosphere. The resort’s romantic features and breathtaking views are just part of what made Erin and Matt’s wedding grandiose. Erin and Matt’s wedding included many homemade and DIY details such as hundreds of cookies were baked by the bride as favors, mason jar centerpieces, handcrafted bouquets, and boutonnieres. Erin and Matt even constructed a Wish Tree guest book. Capturing the day’s significant memories was Denver photographer Kristy from Moodeous Photography. What made the wedding day special was…
Mount Princeton Wedding
Kristy tells us, “During the ceremony the couple had a “Seed Ceremony” combining a multitude of seeds their wedding party provided along with a short story about why they chose that seed and what it represented about their relationship to the couple. We had such a fantastic time with Erin, Matt, their families and friends. It was a pitch perfect day (including the sister of the brides beautiful singing) and everyone was just so immensely happy. I loved the unique details, the simplicity and sanity that went into planning them and the joy that pulsed through everyone as they danced well into the night!”
If you’ve enjoyed Erin and Matt’s hot springs wedding, head on over to Moodeous Photography and check out more wedding stories. Kristy is a Denver area wedding photographer.
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