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Winter Wonderland, Part II

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We’re back with more from our Colorado winter wonderland! First, though, we have to take a moment to wish a VERY HAPPY BIRTHDAY to one Ms Lara Casey!! It seems only appropriate to post this shoot today, as Lara happens to be back in Colorado, whizzing down the slopes with her family as we speak. From the SW ladies and all of our readers, we hope you have the most magical day!

But back to the pretty at hand. Though Shannon’s kids were a-to-the-dorable, this set of tablescape shots and couple portraits from Jeff Holt can more obviously be adapted to a wedding. And wouldn’t a winter wedding like this be divine? I love the team’s choice of a glitzy, romantic linen paired with more rustic details, and Cindy from Bloom Flower Shop in Breckenridge outdid herself on the florals. Do we have any readers planning a winter wedding? (Or, perhaps, who just had one?) Share in the comments!

Enough with the pretty people — on to the table!

The talented vendors involved:

Photography: Jeff Holt // Florals: Bloom Flower Shop

emily Written with love by Emily
  1. avatar Lindsey reply

    This might be a weird question, but I just LOVE those forks. Do you know where the flatware came from?

    • avatar Emily reply

      Hi Lindsey! Not a weird question at all! :) I don’t have the source for the flatware at the moment, but I’ll look into it and let you know what I find. Thanks for stopping by!

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  3. avatar Claire Martine reply

    This winter table setting is gorgeous. I secretly think everyone wishes they could have a winter wedding. The snow backdrop is gorgeous. And the apothecary jars with nuts and ornaments! Ah!


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