Wisteria, Blush & Navy Summer Wedding

Gabby and Patrick said ‘I do’ on a gorgeous June evening under the bluest of Colorado skies.

Sweet Gabby and her bridesmaids began their day in the bridal suite of the historic mansion. The ladies sipped on bubbles and took in the views of Ken Caryl Valley from the private balcony. Gabby was stunning in her Eddy K. fitted lace gown. Her floral-detail stilettos were a lovely complement to the groom’s floral-patterned tie. Her ladies wore mix-and-match dresses in shades of wisteria, blush and lavender.

In the backyard, the team at Sugar n’ Stems covered their infinity arch in greenery and summer blooms. Dripping in peonies, roses and orchids, the installation was floral magic. The arch flawlessly framed the Denver city skyline – only adding to the allure of the signature view.

The couple selected a navy blue linen for the reception tables. The rich color plays so well with the soft purples, blush and mauve in the flowers. The cool color palette and asymmetrical floral design feels refreshing and playful.

Gabby and Patrick’s wedding day wasn’t only beautiful . . . it was also really FUN! Guests enjoyed homemade ice cream from Denver favorite Little Man Ice Cream. Mile Hi Photo Booth setup shop in the library, and Diamond Empire band had the dance floor packed all night.

As you can see from the photos, the bride and groom were all smiles . . . all day! We’re thrilled to have been a part of this very special celebration. Thank you to the talented Mallory Munson for sharing these images.


Vendor Dream Team

Venue, Coordination, Catering: The Manor House

Photography: Mallory Munson

Floral Design: Sugar n’ Stems

Custom signage, table numbers, place cards: Handsome Love

Dessert: The Bundt Shoppe / Little Man on Wheels

Band: Diamond Empire

Photo Booth: MiHi Photobooth

Bride’s dress: Eddy K

Bride’s shoes: Ted Baker

Bridesmaids’ dresses: JJ’s House

Groom & groomsmen: Black Tux

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