Post # 1
Hello ladies! I thought I would introduce myself. My name is Sarah, fiance is Dan and we are getting married at Red Rocks with a reception at the Sheraton Denver West. I noticed that a few of you are Red Rocks brides – such a gorgeous place!
Post # 3
I’m a Red Rocks bride. We’re getting married in the Chapel and our ceremony is being held on July 12th. Dr. Woodson is our officiant. (he’s amazing!)
Are you getting married at the chapel or the outpost? And Welcome!
Post # 4
We are getting married at the Trading Post. We were too big for the Chapel, but I love all the picutures I have seen from the Chapel.
Post # 5
I was a Red Rocks bride last Sunday! At the Trading Post! Perfect spot!
And our hotel block was at the Sheraton! Everything was awesome there! I totally recommend the Aura Spa if you need someone to do hair/makeup. Michelle (the owner) is fantastic!
Congratulations! I’ll be back from our honeymoon in July, but let me know if you need anything! When’s the big day?? -Linnea
Post # 6
I would love to chat when you get back from your honeymoon. Did you do any decorations at the Trading Post? We are still waiting on the concert schedule to see who will be playing that evening.
We have thought about using the Aura Spa for hair and makeup but could not find any reviews. So it is great to know that it worked out for you.
We are getting married Sept 20th! Not close enough to complete freak out quite yet. – Sarah
Post # 7
We’re back from our honeymoon, and I’m totally willing to share ideas/advice, if you need it. 🙂 It was such an amazing day, and even more beautiful than my best dreams had made it.
JulyBride2008 (Debi) is a gem and seems to be even more excited about our pics than I even am, so maybe you’ve seen the pics online already with Peter Holcombe. My plan was to do minimal decorations for the ceremony, just because Red Rocks is so amazing by itself, but after talking with our florist, she and I thought that it might be better to "frame" us in some way. I’ve never been a fan of the big bunches of flowers in urns or anything else that flank a couple, so I looked high and low for what I liked and thought might work in that rather narrow space. After finding a bunch of inspiration photos, what you see is what we came up with, and like I mentioned, it came out even better than I had imagined: a rented "arch" (how can something square be called an arch??) with flower buds strung with fishing wire, just a few shepherd’s hooks along the aisle with flowers in buckets, and rose petals scattering the aisle.
Hope things are coming together well for you! Please let me know if I can help. I never was much of a "wedding girl" before all this, but the amazing ways weddings provide to express creativity and love are endless. Take care!