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Tiffany & Ryan March 12th

From the bride: We met and got engaged in Keystone. We figured why not come full circle and have a mountain wedding. Silverthorne is a great central location with plenty of activities and accommodations for everyone to enjoy. THE VENUE We chose the Silverthorne Pavilion, which we highly recommend. The rental time allotted was awesome. The venue itself is beautiful and gives you that mountain feel with a price that is noticeably lower than a ski resort or any foothills area venues. THE CEREMONY The warmth of the wooded architecture and bulky metal accents in the Silverthorne Pavilion set the perfect mountain mood. We had the natural light gleaming down from the sky lights on a perfectly cold winter day. Our altar was a ski chair (we are avid snowboarders). After the ceremony, the snow began to fall (the one thing Ryan wished for on our wedding day). THE RECEPTION We had a casual BBQ dinner. The cake was cut and we didn’t even get a full piece because we were having to much fun to stop and eat. The dance floor was never empty and all the beer and wine got drank. It was the best party ever! ADVICE Find the venue, photographer, and dress first. And realize that all the little things will fall into place. If something really is forgotten the day of the wedding, the only person that will know is you. So don’t ruin your life planning and stressing, just have fun.

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