A Shimmering Blush and Gold Wedding at the Four Seasons Vail

There’s nothing more exciting than a couple that comes to us with a Big Idea. When we started working with Kedzie and Ed on their August 1, 2015 wedding at the Four Seasons in Vail, we knew we’d get along amazingly. Why? Because they wanted to walk down the aisle OVER the Four Seasons’ pool! Continue reading

A Rustic Elegant Wedding at TenMile Station

When Kelsey and Mark came to me to plan their wedding, the first thing they told me was that they wanted to be married outdoors. They’ve visited Breckenridge countless times, and have such an appreciation for the mountains we’re nestled in, so we knew we needed to highlight how beautiful everything would be in late August. Continue reading

An Artfully Crafted Wedding at the Denver Art Museum

We, at Bella Designs and Planning, absolutely love the mountains which is why we live here, but it’s nice to sneak out of the hills every now and again. The Pinon Wedding was the perfect opportunity to not only venture … Continue reading

Regan and Jack’s Wedding at the Beaver Creek Wedding Deck and Beano’s Cabin

Regan and Jack chose to be married atop a mountain, at the Beaver Creek Wedding Deck to be exact.  They wanted to be surrounded in nature and family as they said their vows.  It was a magical scene.  The girls … Continue reading

Victorian Wedding at the Keystone Ranch

One of my favorite parts of my job is seeing the photos come in from a wedding.  After 15 years in the business, I still never tire of it.  Julie Harris, a photographer who is supreme at capturing emotion, just released some images from Anastasia and Nicholas’s wedding at the Keystone Ranch this past July.  Anastasia is Russian and met Nicholas, who is second generation Lithuanian, at Thunderbird Business School.  We bonded quickly over my in-depth analysis of their Baltic roots, as my mother’s father was first generation Lithuanian and I’ve always felt close to the culture.  Over the years I often been told that I look Russian, so at the wedding I have to admit that I looked like the rest of the guests!  So where to begin?  Nicholas and Anastasia (pronounced “honest to see ya”) had a very distinct idea about how their wedding was to be presented.  They wanted their beloved books and a feeling of Rocky Mountain Victorian.  With much thanks to Nicholas’s mom, Jan, we accomplished this look and feel with stunning success.  Many, many best wishes to the lovely couple!  Го́рько!