Tag Archives: "Groom"

Engaged: Trends and trimmings for the Colorado bride

Against the Grain: Farm Weddings Frankly, farm weddings are not for every bride and groom. …

A Colorado Wedding: From bride and beau, eclectic elegance with DIY touches

When Caroline Padden (then Rydberg) began researching ideas for her fall wedding, …

Green Wedding

Food Find an eco-friendly caterer who uses all-natural and organic products. Use re-usable dishware instead of providing guests with plastic-ware that will just be thrown away. Provide guests with a recycling and a compost bins. Instead of providing a full meal, accommodate guests with appetizers or set up a dessert bar where guests can choose…

The Toast

You’ve been asked to be the best man or maid/matron of honor and you couldn’t be more pleased. Then you remember, “Oh my goodness! I have to make a speech!” Public speaking is a big fear for a majority of the population. Well, never fear, young Paul Robert is here to give you a simple how to. My tips won’t just get you through it. You…

April & Greg's Mountaintop Marriage

April Prout and Greg Ralph did it up Colorado style…and we loved it! Congratulations and thanks for letting Colorado Brides be a part of your wedding…

Wed Green Without the Sacrifices

A Colorado bride’s first thought will not likely be her wedding’s carbon footprint. With that said, Colorado residents are increasingly eco-conscious. So, the modern bride- and groom-to-be will probably consider the negative impact their ceremony could have on the environment. Although going green can mean spending more green, some options can…