"If I were to describe David + Haley it would be loving and welcoming.  When I got to the venue that morning they were immediately so warm and inviting, I could see why they had such a close group of family and friends there to celebrate with them. They met back in elementary school— David actually says he first realized that Haley was the one for him back in seventh grade, which was evident in the way you can see he cares for her. They were married by someone close to their family, the venue is owned by people close to their family, they had friends make their cake, family help with stationery— really the whole day felt like the culmination of so many people who were just coming together to show them love and support. If that weren’t enough, their wedding day was absolutely stunning— styled in a way that allowed the people, and the florals, to be the main focal point. I am still beyond obsessed with the installations and bouquets put together by All Her Flowers; the look was so modern and unique, I loved the rainbow ombre bouquets and cut stems that stood out against the simple decor and all white bridesmaids dresses. We had lots of fun running around the greens (dodging golfers of course!) as we were given permission to go and find the best spots to take photos. I think the simplicity of the course also lent to the photos, it’s minimalism allowed the people and the beautiful florals to stand out. The day wrapped up with yummy food, beautiful speeches, dancing, a coffee truck, and lots of love"

Excerpt taken from my writeup for Rocky Mountain Bride's blog post featuring David & Haley's beautiful summer wedding.

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