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Real Wedding From the bride: THE STYLE I mixed junk gypsy with country glam. I included antlers, a little glitter, and a few old keepsakes from our families (kettles, tractor seats, wagon wheels) with a gold and turquoise color palette. THE BOUQUET My bouquet was made from broaches given to me by both sides of the family and several friends. The base was wrapped in my papa’s navy scarf with two rosaries and a locket with my papa’s picture. THE CEREMONY My dad drove me to the ceremony in my grandfathers 1969 Chevy C10 truck that happens to be turquoise. I actually lost my handwritten vows getting out of the truck. Our aisle was lined with our favorite bible verses. We had a super short, simple ceremony with written vows that I tried to repeat from memory. I’m proud that both our vows were from the heart and a little unorthodox. We had both our fathers sign our marriage license as a keepsake.


Durango Wedding Magazine - 2016 Issue  

This stunning issue features 25 southwest Colorado weddings guaranteed to inspire!