Colorado has so many wonderful venues to choose from but the ones tucked away in Lyons are some of my absolute favorites! Riverbend, as the name implies, is nestled along North Saint Vrain Creek, facing a gorgeous cliff side. Tall trees, market lights, a glamping tent, and a community of tiny homes, makes it the perfect place for a bohemian wedding full of love and personality.
Every bride has a beautiful glow on her wedding day but there is just something about Bailie that I cannot take my eyes off of! From The Daisies captured her energy and the love that radiated from her and Trevor so perfectly.
Bailie planned a wedding day with a lovely mix of romance and eclectic bohemian touches. Her lace dress was a perfect mix between the two, accented perfectly with beaded chandelier earrings and a crisp white flower crown. Her bouquet was also a marriage between bohemian and romantic. Bold protea flower was the focal point among roses, ranunculus, scabiosa, and anthurium. The muted ivory, blush, mauve, and lavender tones gave her bouquet sweet softness that contrasted with the dynamic and textural greens and fillers.
For their ceremony, two feathery arrangements of pampas grass with greenery and flowers stood in front of their custom wooden backdrop. The pampas grass was full of movement as the wind blew through the arrangements. With the sounds of rushing water in the background it was absolutely perfect.
For the reception, candles, bud vases, and potted cactus and succulents, were placed down the center of tables topped with clean white linens. Taper candles were in shades of pale blue, navy, mauve, and white for this minimal look. In contrast, the head table was topped with a lush greenery garland with pops of roses and protea flowers. Potted cactus and candles were tucked throughout the garland. One of my favorite details, besides Betty the Beverage Burro, was the perfectly adorable cactus that topped the bride and grooms cutting cake.