“I guess he’d rather be in Colorado” – John Denver
That is how our clients feel. While most of our clients are scattered across the US, their love of Colorado is deep. Denver is a fantastic city, but what they (and we) really love are the Colorado Rocky Mountains. Whether they grew up spending holidays at their family’s Aspen home, or met on a ski run in Beaver Creek, they don’t choose to be married here just because they saw a pretty picture in a bridal magazine. Colorado means something to them and is the backdrop for many of their favorite memories. I dig that. I’ve only lived away from Colorado a few months of my adult life while doing charity work in Kenya. It was a life-shaping time, but despite the novelty and beauty around me… my heart longed to be back nestled against the Rockies. I know Jason feels the same way. While we both love experiencing new places, Colorado has always been, and God-willing, will always be home.
I first heard from Sarah about a year ago after she saw another intimate wedding in Breckenridge on our blog. She loved the relaxed vibe, the snow in the mountains, and the sweet home that was reserved for the wedding week. She was able to reserve the same home for her wedding, and sure enough, we were available to be a part of her wedding day. We love the relaxed feel, closeness with family and friends, and the celebratory spirit that is ever-present at intimate weddings. In the end, we feel as though we’ve been adopted as part of an extended family. P.S. I agree with Gina about Colorado. Born and raised here… I”m never leaving.