Kristina’s outfit was totally to-die-for, from her oval-cut engagement ring, set in rose gold, to her sparkling Christian Louboutin pumps. But the best part was her custom wedding gown. The dress itself was actually her grandmother’s, and was reworked into a gorgeous fit-and-flare silhouette with sheer lace and beaded sleeves and a dramatic open back.
Told you these flower girls were cute! They wore matching lace dresses and gold ballet flats, and we had gummy bears hidden beneath their flower petals to help encourage them down the aisle!
Leon Joseph Littlebird officiated the ceremony, combining Native American traditions and the bride and groom’s personalized vows.
Dinner was served with a selection from The Little Nell’s incredible wine cellar, and dessert was a combination of regular and gluten-free cupcakes. We snuck a few ourselves — who knew gluten-free cupcakes could be so good?!
At the end of the night, after a bubbles send-off, the bride and groom took a carriage ride around town before rejoining their guests for an after-party at some of Aspen’s most popular bars. We love a bride who isn’t afraid to make the most of her wedding gown and wear it bar-hopping!
We loved every moment of our time in Aspen with Kristina and Patrick. Thank you so much to the amazing partners who brought the event together, and to Aspen for having us — we’ll be back soon!