The bridal couple wanted "pink, pink and more pink"--and the wedding team was quick to oblige.
Floral accents around the guest book.
A wall of crystals backs the chuppah, which is framed by soft folds of sheer fabric and uplight with pink and rose hues.
The chuppah is crowned with white phalaenopsis orchids, white dendrobium orchids and a variety of pink roses as accents.
A closer view of the chuppah.
The top of the chuppah.
A close-up of the chuppah floral.
White trees draped with crystals flank the chuppah.
A detail of a chuppah tree.
The ceremony area--at the Ritz-Carlton Denver
--featured clear acrylic chairs, giving guests a clear view of the ceremony.
The chairs are tied with pink sashes and accented with an antique green hydrangea in the bow's knot.
The aisle is lined with rose petals.
A closer view of the chairs.
The pink theme continues in the reception ballroom. The room was a bit too large for the number of guests, so the event team took care to rein in the space with rich--but not overdone--floral.
A longer view of the ballroom.
A closer view of a dining table.
A close-up of the charming chair sash.
The dramatic floral, which includes multiple variations of roses, hydrangea, callas and tulips on multitiered, crystal-draped centerpieces.
A closer view of the centerpiece, featuring Esperance roses, Sophie roses, antique green hydrangea, pink Majolica spray roses, Candy Bianca roses, light pink tulips, blush mini callas, Star of Bethlehem, white wax flowers and ivy.
And another ...
... and another.
An elegant tabletop.
Another tabletop view.
A closer view of a tabletop.
Even tiers of the wedding cake--from Keegan Gerhard and the team at D Bar Desserts
--alternate with variegated roses.
The cake table--and for a Denver wedding, a nod to the Denver Broncos football team.
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