Peace of mind is priceless with big events, as Jacy discovered. “I delivered all of my decorations with instructions the day before the wedding and didn’t have to worry about a thing,” she says.
An early wedding (it started at 10:30 a.m.) meant there was a full day of celebrating to be done.
During the ceremony in the Wine Cellar, a gorgeous hurricane candle display decorated the credenza.
Guests raved about the delicious appetizers, brunch, dessert bar, and, of course, the Bloody Mary and mimosa stations from Panzano. Jacy’s family especially was thankful for the many gluten-free options.
A string band played during the ceremony and for part of the reception.
Having a space that was already beautiful made it possible for the bride and groom to prioritize spending where it really mattered to them. “Because it is so wonderfully decorated, we could use our budget for exactly what we wanted,” they say. To add extra wow factor, they chose creative flower arrangements from VaVaBloom in Denver.
When the day was done, the couple retreated to their suite before heading off to Santa Fe for a few days, giddy with the glow of a wedding that went just as they had hoped.