Fancy meat-and-cheese boards instead of more traditional sweets and dessert tables. Photo by Kate Ivy Photography.
Donate leftover flowers, or give your arrangements away as a gift to your guests. Photograph by Andy Barnhart.
The return of colors and bright ones – many couples are ditching the black, white and pastels for more eye-catching hues. Photograph by Andy Barnhart Photography.
Ann Robbin sports a down-and-natural hairstyle. Photograph by Kate Ivy Photography.
Brides will add a personalized touch to their hairstyles through botanic beauty. Photograph by Andy Barnhart Photography.
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Every bride dreams of an elegant reception. Morgan Ashley Cox excels in making bridal dreams a reality.
Intricate and customized detailing creates a lasting impression. Image from Morgan Ashley Cox.
Dreamy pink florals always look lovely and timeless. Image submitted by Morgan Ashley Cox, event planner.
Sweet Tele shows off her nose-balancing skills with her parents' rings. (Photo by Travis J. Garner)
Cut pine and aspen logs make for beautiful cake stands at scenic Steamboat weddings. Photo on left courtesy of Cali Frankovic Photography. Photo on right courtesy of Paula Jo Jaconetta Photography.
"You've got mail." A mailbox is a clever touch for friends and family to leave notes and donations for the newlyweds. Photo courtesy of Cali Frankovic Photography.
A decorative clothes hanger for the bride becomes a special work of art. Photo courtesy of Cali Frankovic Photography
Cowgirl boots add flair to Western weddings. Photo courtesy of Jason and Gina Photography.
Providing young plants to guests is a special way to say "thank you." Photo courtesy of Paula Jo Jaconetta Photography.
Place cards with bottle caps from favorite beers is a playful theme to guide guests to their seats. Photos courtesy of Cali Frankovic Photography.
What do two rafters do when they fall in love? Get married on the river, of course. Photo courtesy of Kent Vertrees