It’s so fun to see unique, stylish weddings here in Colorado, and Lauren and Ahmed’s 1920′s-themed Denver wedding at Kevin Taylor’s at the Opera House certainly fits the bill. The decor, photography, and details are all out of the box in the best way possible – and are perfect for such a theatrical setting. And in fact, Lauren decided on the retro-glamorous theme after choosing her beautiful beaded Jenny Packham Eden gown from Little White Dress Bridal Shop! (We absolutely love when the dress plays such an important role in a wedding!)
Lauren chatted with us about her wedding and about finding her dress – see what she has to say below!
How did you choose the Jenny Packham Eden gown for your wedding? What made you decide that it was THE dress?
I actually followed Jenny Packham for a couple years before I was even talking about marriage with my now husband. I live in Dallas, TX but I’m from Denver, so after we got engaged, I looked up shops where Jenny Packham dresses were located and the Little White Dress came up in my searches. I ended up visiting family in Denver and we stopped at LWD to check out the Jenny Packham gowns. I tried on two dresses only- the Damask and the Eden. The Eden was “the” dress immediately–I loved the detail and I could tell that the fit would be so flattering! I’m a little more conservative and I wanted something very unique and timeless…it was just perfect.
Mandy and Jack’s May wedding at the picture-perfect Castle Cliff Estate in Sedalia, Colorado, is styled so beautifully that it could pass for a styled photo shoot – from the lush, colorful setting to that vintage couch, and those ultra glamorous bridesmaids. And Mandy is truly a bride after our own hearts: she chose not one, but two gorgeous gowns for her wedding day! For the ceremony she wore a classic gown by Justin Alexander, and then she changed into a fun and feminine ball gown by Liancarlo, both from Little White Dress Bridal Shop in Denver.
Congratulations to Mandy and Jack, and thanks to Volkel Image for sharing their stunning photos!
From Alix and Vince’s photos alone, it’s clear that their spring wedding at Mile High Station in Denver was elegant and laid-back in equal measure. We are loving the classic black, ivory, and gold palette, the unique ceremony set-up, and – of course – Alix’s dress, the Sophie gown by Anne Barge. The gown, just like the wedding, is as feminine and classic as it is unfussy and fun. Alix looks so effortlessly beautiful, comfortable, and happy in it. We won’t stop there with the gushing: we are obsessing over those ridiculously cute flower girls and the dreamy spring florals by Cori Cook. What a gorgeous wedding!
Congratulations to Alix and Vince! Many thanks to We Tie the Knots for sharing their special day with us!
Ok, we’ll say it right away: this couple is the COOLEST. Some background: Tory and Michael were married at Artwork Network in Denver’s Art District on Santa Fe. They took a bunch of colorful, not-your-ordinary wedding portraits on the streets of Denver (no surprise that their photos are awesome considering Tory is a photographer herself!). And they filled their wedding with lots of special, personal touches – such as Tory’s brooch bouquet made from her mother’s, grandmother’s and great-grandmother’s pins. To top it all off, Tory was the definition of style in the fully-beaded Jenny Packham Esme gown and a Twigs & Honey baby’s breath crystal hair vine, both from Little White Dress Bridal Shop.
Congratulations to Tory and Michael, and big thanks to From the Hip Photo for sharing their beautiful wedding with us!