It’s always fun to get small, intimate wedding submissions that we can “ooh and ahh” over in the DIY Bride office especially when they’re held in gorgeous mountain locations like this one from photographer Meigan Canfield.There’s so much pretty here to fawn over!

Cory and Katy’s wedding was held in October, 2013 at the Barney Ford House Museum in Breckenridge, Colorado. We love the simplicity in the decor and wedding elements; they not only perfectly highlight the gorgeous location but really put the focus on the gorgeous bride and groom as well.

In Meigan’s words: Katy was an old coworker and friend from a coffeeshop I use to work at. She visited the coffeeshop while I was working one day, and was talking about her wedding plans. I was just starting my own business, and had yet to shoot my own wedding. Seizing the opportunity to better my portfolio, I offered to shoot her wedding for an extremely low price. Next thing I knew, I was a wedding photographer! The wedding was small with many people I knew, and the fall day was perfect for the casual occasion. There were so many sweet details … her dress was homemade and her bouquet hung with a small silver picture of her old, beloved dog. A friend of theirs designed their beautiful wooden and flower altar, and she designed her own cake (as a well-known Summit County cake decorator at “Sugar Breck“). Most importantly, their father-daughter dance was the only one that has ever made me cry. It was a wonderful day that I was lucky to be a part of.

 

 

 

Vendor Information

Photographer:  Meigan Canfield Photography

Floral Designer: Matt Skinner Band

Floral Designer: Bloom Flower Shop

Event Venue: Barney Ford House Museum

Cake Designer: Sugar Breck

Culinary: Twist Restaurant

Submitted via Two Bright Lights

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