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Desi & Brandon

Aspen Wedding

Aspen Wedding

Desi and Brandon met about 10 years ago on a tiny island in the Bahamas called Cat Cay. Their families often vacationed there but Brandon and Desi did not cross paths until August 2003 when Brandon approached Desi in Bu’s Bar, the only bar on the island at the time, and they exchanged information. Since Desi and Brandon were both born and raised in Miami they would often run unto each other over the years, however the timing was never right.

Aspen Wedding

Aspen Wedding

Fast forward to November 26, 2011 when the timing was right (!) and Brandon asked Desi to marry him. Earlier on in their relationship the two went on several trips out to Brandon’s family house in Aspen which is where their love for each other, and this special mountain town, deepened.

Aspen Wedding

Aspen Wedding

Brandon and Desi were able to incorporate Aspen and Cat Cay, these very special places to them, in their wedding by hosting the wedding atop of Aspen Mountain and by engraving Cat Cay’s coordinates inside their wedding rings.

Aspen Wedding

Aspen Wedding

After the ceremony the couple descended to downtown Aspen on the Silver Queen Gondola. This was one of their favorite moments as it gave them some privacy and a beautiful view as their first time being a married couple. At the bottom of the Gondola the couple was met by a horse drawn carriage that whisked them to the Hotel Jerome for a reception with their family and friends.

Aspen Wedding

Aspen Wedding

Aspen Wedding

 

 

Vendors:

Coordination: Bluebird Productions

Photography: The Robin Proctor Photography

Ceremony: The Wedding Deck

Reception Venue: The Hotel Jerome

Cake: D’elissious Cake Studio

Flowers: Harrington Smith

Linen: La Tavola

Ceremony Music: Silver City Strings

Videography: Elysium

Paper Goods: Parrot Design Studio

Wedding Dress: Anna Maier from Gabriella’s

Hair and Make Up: Salon Tullio

Oxygen Bar: The Oxygen Company

 

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Jessica & Andrew

Jessica and Andrew are two of the most “in love” people and most fun couples we’ve had the pleasure of working with! They came to Bluebird looking for a rustic Aspen wedding weekend in the end of September.

Aspen Wedding

Aspen Wedding

Their clear sense of design and aesthetic, their love for each other, the desire to make the guest experience unforgettable, all combined to create an absolutely magical weekend for all involved!

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It didn’t hurt that the fall foliage was at its peak as well.

Aspen Wedding

Aspen Wedding

The wedding was held at the Aspen Chapel and then guests made their way through a gorgeous meadow over the historic Holden Marolt Barn where cocktails and dinner and dancing were held.

Aspen Wedding

Gorgeous local and autumnal flowers filled the tables.

Aspen Wedding

Aspen Wedding

Guests dined on amazing comfort food and delicious BBQ and then danced the night away to a fabulous band.

Aspen Wedding

Aspen Wedding

Jessica and Andrew departed in a vintage truck for their after party where guests enjoyed video games, candy galore, and late night dancing!

Aspen Wedding

 

Vendors:
Planner: Bluebird Productions

Photographer: Jason and Gina Wedding Photographers

Ceremony Venue: Aspen Chapel

Reception Venue: Holden Marolt Ranching and Mining Museum

Late Night Party: Ryno’s

Caterer: Smoke

Cake: Donna at the Caribou Club

Floral: The Aspen Branch

Reception Music: Soul School

Officiant: Their Family Pastor

Paper Goods: Express Yourself

Transportation: CTS

Power and AV: Halcyon Productions

Rentals: Premier Party Rentals

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Guest Book Ideas

Guest books are a great way to personalize your wedding and allow your guests to write you a special message on your big day for you to read time and time again. There are many different types of guest books!! We have complied some of our favorite and unique guest book ideas below.

Date Night:

Have your guests sign a piece of paper (or any form of writing surface) with an idea for a date. For example guests could write “go out for ice cream”, “call in sick to work tomorrow”, or “go for a weekend in New York”. Guests will place their ideas in a jar. Make a pact with your significant other that whatever card you pick you have to fulfill and date night will always be fun and interesting!

Date Night

Message In A Bottle:

Want to be able to remember your wedding on every big anniversary!? For your guest book set up empty wine bottles labeled with anniversary years of your choice. Have guests write you a message and place in the bottle of their choice. On the year of your 5th, 10th or even 25th anniversary, crack open the bottle, read and enjoy!

Guest Book

Baby Names:

Naming a child can be difficult, lighten the load by asking your guests their baby name ideas for your guest book!

Guest Book

Snap & Go!:

Place a polaroid camera at your guest book table and have guests take a picture of themselves with a special message. This is a fun way to incorporate the guest and have some amazing pictures to look at after the wedding.

Guest Book

A Note From The Past:

If you’re a book lover, or just love the feel of a vintage typewriter, then replace your guest book with one for a unique and fun idea! The typewriting table can be a real standout at your wedding and at least you know you will be able to read your guests handwriting:)

Guest Book

Putting The Pieces Together:

Choose your favorite engagement photo and have it turn into a custom puzzle for guests to sign. Puzzle pieces can be created in the shape of letters, numbers and other familiar shapes too.

Guest Book

Sewn With Love:

Pick your favorite patters and colors of numerous swatches of fabrics for guests to sign. Then have a local seamstress create these swatches into a blanket, pillow, quilt or tablecloth!

Guest Book

Everyone Loves A Mad Lib:

Mad Libs are a fun and popular way for guests to give you advice. Set these fun Mad Libs at your guest book table and both you and your guests will enjoy a laugh when done reading them.

Guest Book

Sign Sign Sign:

Finally make your guest book unique and personal by having your guests sign an object of your choice. There are so many great ideas from a vintage globe, a coffee book related to your interests, seashells (to put in a vase or cement into a walkway), beach chair, vintage postcards or stress relief stones!

Guest Book

Guest Book

Guest Book

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