When you think about eloping in Colorado, there are a lot of different locations to choose from. Lost Gulch is a bit of a hidden gem set up against the gorgeous backdrop of the mountains.
Mixed with deep reds, oranges, greenery and a light touch of white, the natural color palette perfectly matched the outdoor Colorado mountain setting. McKenzie with Fable Style + Design styled each little detail to fit the vision. With her eye for detail and creative vision, she took a minimalistic approach to what manifested into a mountain indie theme! She worked with the location and thought through each piece, from the pallet table to mixing in the cool tones with the pillows, the rugs and the beautiful terracotta pots.
The stationery suite was nothing short of perfect as well. The elopement announcement was inspired by the stunning natural landscape at the lookout with delicate linework of a sweetpea to emphasize the soft and romantic nature of the day. The vow books also coordinated with the announcement suite and can become a keepsake for the couple to cherish for years to come.
This shoot captured not only the perfect elopement spot, but was also very keen on keeping an eye on the details. From the intricately styled set-up, to the colorful textured bouquet and the detailed invitation suite, everything came together in the most wonderful way.
Renee of Renee Isabel Photography has eyes for the perfect shot. Whether it be climbing through rocky terrain, balancing herself on a mountain ledge or making sure to wait for the most perfect sunset, these photos will be ones to last a lifetime!
Design and Decor: Honey and Bloom Creative // Event Venue: Lost Gulch Overlook // Dress Designer: Lovers Society // Dress Store: Lovely Bride // Invitation Designer: Scarlet Gilia Creative // Floral Designer: Summit Skies Event & Floral Design // Cinema and Video: Tasha Joy Media // Hair Stylist: Denver Hair Chemist // Makeup Artist: Sabrina Deemer Makeup // Event Designer: Fable Style Design // Event Planner: Enchanted Designs / /Photographer: Renee Isabel Photography //
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