Priyal and Jeff, Colorado
This couple’s multicultural wedding looked magical against the dramatic backdrop of Bry Creek Canyon.
Priyal and Jeff honored their distinctive cultures with a breathtaking multicultural celebration at the historic Colorado venue of The Manor House. Hosted at different locations of the sprawling 6-acre estate, these stunning shots of their elegant functions weave an interesting tale of love and family.
Priyal and Jeff decided to host two different wedding ceremonies at two different outdoor locations, one for each of their respective traditions, followed by a Reception dinner indoors. The couple worked with Bello & Blue Events on the event planning and floral design all of which was composed in elegant ivory hues with pops of green and orange tones for a warm, rustic ambience. The team of Sarah Porter Photography captured the joy and exuberance of the day in gorgeous shots, while Forget Me Not Media created their wedding story film.
Hosted in the Porch area of the classic Southwestern Georgian Mansion, the welcome dinner was a relaxed soiree with friends and family as Priyal and Jeff settled in for their wedding weekend. Scrumptious pizzas were washed down with tall flutes of champagne. Laughter and conversation reigned free as they all relaxed and enjoyed themselves. Priyal looked stunning in a breezy white dress with a plunging neckline, while Jeff kept it simple and stylish in chinos and a blazer.
The Hindu wedding day dawned with a bright sunny morning that set off on high spirits with a traditional Indian baraat for Jeff. Dressed in an elegant sherwani of cream and gold, he arrived in a golf cart amidst cheers, dancing and smoke bombs. Every family member and guest dressed in beautiful Indian traditional attire to immerse themselves into the desi experience. The bride looked radiant in a cream lehenga with pearl detailing.
The simple, elegant mandap was set up against a dazzling mountain backdrop with pampas grass, white, peach and orange roses tucked in foliage that coiled its way up the pillars. Covered in white petals, the aisle was flanked by rustic wooden chairs where the guests sat and witnessed the couple as they tied the knot.
The Christian wedding was hosted at a different spot of the lush estate which consisted of pristine white seating and a leafy altar decked with beautiful white and peach roses. The bride kept it simple and stunning in a white fit and flare strappy wedding gown, while the groom looked dapper in a classic tuxedo for the vows.
For the indoor Reception, the ballroom imparted a cozy vibe with hanging vines of greenery and a mix of round and long dinner tables, centerpieces and candles in the same color scheme as the rest of the decor. Hand-lettered clear name-plates showcased the seating assignments complemented by acrylic table numbers that added a touch of modernity. Filled with sentimentality, laughs and dancing, the night ended on a sweet note with guests grabbing customized cookies and donuts to take home as a sweet treat.
The Wedding Makers
Venue: The Manor House, Colorado
Wedding Planners: Bello & Blue Events
Decor: Colorado Party Rentals, Wallflower Rentals, Yonder Floral and Decor House
Groom’s Outfits: Suit Supply
Bride’s Outfits: Reynu Taandon (Hindu Wedding), Tara La Tour (Christian Wedding)
Makeup: LoLa Beauty
Invites: Handsome Love Calligraphy
Catering: The Manor House
Dessert: Catering by Design
Entertainment: TH Entertainment
Golf Cart: Mile High Golf Cars
Transportation: Premier Charters
Photography: Sarah Porter Photography
Cinematography: Forget Me Not Media