Every couple have dreams of a perfect, right to the finest detail planned wedding. To be held at an amazing and unique location, to have perfect weather all the way through, to have beautiful flowers decorating the tables, and finally saying ‘I do’ to your better half… That dream came true for the Denver- based couple, James Stanaway and Harrison Harman. They had the most beautiful wedding on the truly unique location, Wewatta Bridge.
The couple was searching for an urban setting to give their wedding a unique flavor, and since they loved the restaurant that overlooks the bridge and sometimes uses it for celebrations, Wewatta Bridge came out as a perfect venue choice.
This former railroad bridge was completely transformed into a sophisticated wedding celebration venue, with light installations, plenty of industrial-inspired rentals and cute potted succulents. The couple really made sure that everything is perfect to the last detail.
As both of the grooms opted for shades of blue and purple for their attire, James wore Ted Baker suit, and Harrison Armani Collezioni suit with a printed tie, the perfect choice was to combine them with lavender color, and flowers in shades of green.
Boutonnieres were made out of succulents, which is really trending for the last few years. Beside bringing freshness, it is also a great way of avoiding using traditional flowers. And it’s perfectly blended into the whole story. Why do we say story? If you take a look at Amy Caroline’s photos, you will see that the flower girls had headpieces from same flowers, and their baskets were decorated with lavender, succulents and rosemary. Lenita and Auralie Hartman were in charge of this note of freshness.
One of the “most important” things on a wedding is surely the food, which, we have to say, sounded perfect. Crab cakes, salmon en croutr, duck meatballs and various salads have most definitely thrilled the palates of all the guests and foodies there. And for those with a sweet tooth, macaroons, chocolate cakes and a blueberry cake took care of their desires. And the blueberry cake has been chosen by the newlyweds as their main one that they cut together.
We believe that along with the beautiful wedding, guests also enjoyed in a beautiful dinner which was held in Coohills that has an open kitchen and modern menu. Chef Tom Coohill opened this restaurant, and since the opening received nothing but praises. Also, Tom hosted the Taste of Iceland in Denver in 2012, 2013 and 2015 and was invited to be a guest chef at the 2014 Food & Fun Festival in Reykjavik, Iceland. Impressive, right?
For the flower girls they opted for stunning grey Princessly dresses made out of beautiful material that looks almost 3D. Although it’s not visible on photos, dresses have a heart shaped cut on the back and a satin bow in the same color as the dress. Simple sandals and headpiece really rounded up the whole combination and made it special. These flower girls dresses can be bought on our Princessly shop, and best of all, it can be made in many other colors of your choosing to fit in your wedding theme. All you need to do is contact us for color chart and/or sizing recommendations.
Along with newlyweds and guests, Firstlookevents made sure that the wedding is perfect. With their guidelines and know-how they helped the happy couple to achieve their ideas and dreams. These Colorado based wedding planners offer both partial- and full-service planning services. You can find them at http://www.firstlookevents.net If you’re looking to put your wedding ideas to life, we advise to seek help from wedding planners that will help you make your dream wedding a reality.
Their wedding’s photographer was Amy Caroline from Denver, Colorado. If you take a look at her portfolio, you will see beautiful photos that tell beautiful love stories in the most romantic way possible. Amy will capture every moment, from smiles of love to tears of joy, just as she did on James and Harrison’s wedding. You can find Amy Caroline on her website www.amycarolinephotography.com.