Mile High I Dos 2013

Being the editor of a bridal magazine, you’d think I’d be aware of the clues: a tiny box sitting on the desk, a bottle of Champagne in the fridge, awkward eye contact. And yet none of it seemed to sink in. That is, until I was face to face with this man, down on one knee, box in hand. I just remember thinking, “Holy crap.” My reaction was not in reference to the proposal, but to everything that comes after the proposal. You see, my boyfriend—ahem, I mean, fiancé—and I already live together, we have a dog and a cat together, and we’ve made it through a whole heap of stressors…

Engaged

Fruit Full Selecting your wedding centerpiece can often feel like comparing apples and oranges…especially if your centerpiece is apples and…

Knots & Bolts

Take the Cake The days of the traditional cake topper are pretty much over—joining the puffy-sleeved dress and the cummerbund in the annals of…

East Meets West

Adam and Yuri wanted something modern. No Mason jars or burlap. No mountain setting, no rustic touches. They wanted their wedding to reflect who they…

Do I DIY?

Some weddings are made to look as though each element has been crafted by hand—even if it hasn’t. From the carved table numbers and the…

Mountain Weddings

Mile High I Do: There is something just so classic about having a mountain wedding in Colorado. I mean, come on! But when you go for classic, you…

Wedding Trends

Empress’ New Clothes Three years later, Kate Middleton’s matrimonial style keeps influencing brides-to-be—especially the sleeved wedding dress…

Adventurette Parties

Colorado gals crave adventure. We  relish a bike ride over Loveland Pass or a long trek through the Indian Peaks. We pitch tents, lead-climb up…

Confessions of a Seven-Time Bridesmaid

Far back in my closet, past the unflattering dresses purchased during my online shopping phase and behind the jeans I wore three sizes ago, there is…