Elizabeth’s sense of style is one of sheer, calming beauty. Just check out her Instagram @eacourts and you will see for yourself! I was thrilled to get the chance to work with her and KC and thrilled to find out that they had the insanely talented photographer Jordan Voth as their wedding photography mastermind. The tone in his images are so warm and enchanting and make you want to be right in that frame with the couple because it feels so comforting.
Elizabeth wanted to play with textures and Earthy hues by using a lot of greenery, but adding in bigger elements with the few flowers, specifically using cranberry protea. This gives the arrangements a pin-pointed focus, but stays atypical and unique because you don’t see those flowers used that often. I was given freedom to play with movement and shapes, making for one of my favorite bouquets made of my whole career. Elizabeth’s asymmetrical bouquet frames her petite figure and gives her this woodland goddess electricity. Her smile is enough to make anyone melt.
For the reception, they went with the wood crafted tables from Harvest Table Company and we adorned them with textured garlands and antlers collected by Elizabeth. Simple, outdoorsy and mystic. Romantic for both men and women.
Their ceremony was at the breathtaking historical monument, St. Malo just outside of Estes Park where they honored their belief in Christ. It was a joy to work with Elizabeth and KC, as they were so gracious and kind and exuded love for one another.
Certain flowers and greenery you will see throughout the photos are: red/pinkish protea, king protea, safari sunset leucadendron, garden rose, feather eucalyptus, seeded eucalyptus, baby purple artichokes, sword fern, lavender herb, flowering oregano and rosemary.