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Romance on the Ranch There were many wonderful toasts, ending with a surprise performance by my younger twin sisters. They changed the words to Aerosmith’s “Walk This Way” to be about me and Cash and serenaded us wearing cowboy hats – everyone was out of their seats, clapping along. Our first dance was to Pearl Jam’s “Just Breathe.” Afterward, it was a full force dance party for the rest of the night. The only break happened when we brought out the sparklers and everyone gathered outside in a circle dancing and twirling their sparklers to U2’s “City of Blinding Lights.” My Advice: Enjoy the planning process and make it fun and personal! We had such a blast planning the wedding because we always tried to remember that it wasn’t worth getting too stressed over. Also, for us, the music and playlist was so important. If it is for you too, I suggest submitting a playlist to your DJ or band.

Toward the end of the night, we served sliders and grilled cheese with shots of tomato soup.

Recommended Vendors Photographer: IlluminArts Photography (see page 5). Creative, personal and great to work with. Caterer: Durangourment (see page 67). Our guests could not stop raving about the food. Event Planner/Rentals: Durango Party Rental (see page 67). GREAT people to work with good ideas. Krii was our day-of coordinator, she was amazing! Cake: Madison’s Sweets (see page 79). Absolutely delicious and what you want your wedding cake to taste like. DJ: Ken Brott, Sounds in Motion (see page 94). Absolutely a must. He did exactly what we wanted, was super easy to work with and did a great job as the emcee.


Durango Weddings Magazine - 2013 Issue  
Durango Weddings Magazine - 2013 Issue  

20 amazing weddings from southwest Colorado.