Highlighting a mix of bohemian, glamorous, and “wild west” style, today’s stunning editorial, planned + designed by Ever So Chic Events, features a rich color palette of crimson, blush, ebony + gold – and plenty of creative, edgy details! Cottonwood Glen, located in Eastern Colorado, was the perfect place to deviate from the typical (and for those who know Colorado weddings, that usually means a Rocky Mountain backdrop or a rustic barn fête).
We’re digging all the ways the design team adorned the setting, and the florals, stationery + calligraphy by Details Delivered are just too good. Before we send you into the lovely photo abyss below, we must give a shout out to photographer, June Photography, who captured the scene to complete perfection!
For brides who are looking for something unique, Ever So Chic Events is speaking your language. They say, Wanna see how sequins and cow skulls can work together? We got you, girl! The original inspiration for this shoot was blending contrasting styles and textures. Often brides feel like they are bound within one or two adjectives for their wedding design aesthetic, but this shoot shows how you can mix styles for a look and feel that is uniquely you!
What super gorgeous centerpieces!
In the team’s effort to offer up something unique, every little detail was taken into consideration. We love the idea to calligraph guests’ names on each ghost chair in lieu of place cards – just make sure you have a plan in place if you’re using rented chairs!
Eyeing this pretty, pretty dress? It’s by Lazarro from The Bridal Collection.
Such a gorgeous + uniquely designed setting! Big thanks to the lovely team below for sharing!
photographer: June Photography // planning + design: Ever So Chic Events // venue: Cottonwood Glen Bennett, Colorado // florals, stationery + calligraphy: Details Delivered // vintage rentals: Patina Preferred // bakery: Mulberries Cake Shop // rentals: Colorado Party Rentals // wedding dress: Lazarro from The Bridal Collection // glam: Ashley Smith // models: Danielle Catt and Morgan McKay