Kerrin and Rob had a beautiful but blustery day for their wedding in Estes Park.  They had such a great time, I'm not sure they noticed! 

Even though Kerrin's mom lived far away we were able to keep her involved in the wedding planning. We always want to make sure those mom's feel included in the plans! Her mom was a little concerned about blending a very elegant event and bringing in the great rustic feel that reflected the couple's love of the outdoors.  I think everyone was pretty happy with the result! 






Kerrin chose a bright blue and green color palette, and brought a little something fun for the blue!



After a relaxing morning of getting ready at Della Terra it was time to head to the chapel. In style of course.

Kerrin and Rob L-O-V-E their jeep.  They spend a good deal of time on the weekends off road.  I even think they said they registered for tires. :)

You'll see their Jeep baby in many of the photos.  I love how she is just peeking out behind Kerrin in this photo.  


Kerrin and Rob had a traditional Catholic ceremony at St Malo's.  We were so lucky after all the flooding that the chapel was accessible, the damage all around it was shocking.

Kerrin chose to walk down the aisle with both her father and stepfather, switching half way down the aisle.






 It was a little chilly and a super windy day, we were lucky that Kerrin didn't lose her veil!  Didn't stop our couple from getting some beautiful outdoor photos with our great photographers from Studio JK!  This shot of the chapel and our couple is one of my favorites!



Now off to Della Terra for cocktails and a big party!




Kerrin's mom came in during cocktails for a quick hug and to check out all the fun little details, caramel apple escort cards, thumbprint guestbook with a jeep on it (of course), and the amazing rustic, elegant flowers!




Yes, their jeep was even parked so that she could attend the celebration in her own way.

After an amazing dinner, it was time to party!    The couple kicked it off with some toasting, a great choreographed dance with the bride's stepfather, a selfie station photobooth, and more dancing, until a late night smores sugar rush was required to keep the party going!

I love it when couples do the German Drinking Cup Tradition. The bride has the smaller cup (the bucket that's on a swivel) and the groom the larger (the dress becomes a cup)...whoever finishes theirs first will rule the house.







Thanks to these fabulous vendors who braved the back roads and blustery day to make Kerrin and Rob's day fabulous!

Della Terra

St Malo's

Studio JK

Flower House

Chair Covers and Linens

Jubilations Catering

Dancin Shoes DJ

Colorado Rose Cake Co