Tuesday, February 9, 2010

All Inclusive Colorado Mountain Wedding for Jennifer & Triston at Eastholme B&B

On a beautiful Colorado winter day, family and friends came together at Eastholme in the Rockies to witness the marriage of Jennifer and Triston. 

The wedding was held in the formal parlor on January 23, 2010. Following the ceremony a reception was held in the formal dining room.  An elegant affair with culinary delights prepared by Cravings Five Star Catering.  A formal setting of 30 guests for a fabulous gourmet plated dinner.

We started planning the event in July 2009 after meeting with Jennifer and Triston. They wanted an intimate wedding and reception for thirty of their family and friends. They selected our "Ultimate Affair Wedding and Reception Package" .  Our most popular all inclusive wedding and reception package with guest accommodations for a two day event.

The wedding theme colors were white, silver and red. The bride carried a beautiful wedding bouquet of red roses, red berries with greenery.  The guest enjoyed the tiered cup cake tree of red velvet cup cakes with white cream icing topped with silver snowflakes.

The families came together to witness and support these two joining together in marriage as husband and wife.  Their daughter Natalie, two years of age was the extra highlight of the weekend. Reflections Photography was there to capture the precious moments shared by all.

I can't express how wonderful and gracious each and every person was who attended this wedding. A special thank you to Jennifer's parents Jim and Carolyn for their support. 

To Jennifer and Triston, thank you for honoring me with the joy that you have brought to my life and to your family and friends.  From Eastholme and its staff we wish you happiness, love and a healthy life as husband and wife.

Eastholme in the Rockies
A Bed and Breakfast Inn
4445 Hagerman Avenue
Cascade, CO 80809
719.684.9901 800.672.9901
Email: info@eastholme.com
Website: www.eastholme.com
Blog: http://blog.eastholme.com

Deborah and Ken Rice, Innkeepers

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