Bryce and Eryn married at a luxurious private residence on Peak 8 in Breckenridge on July 11 with their immediate families. Although their elopement was small and intimate, they didn't forgo personal touches, fine details, and some of the more traditional elements of a big wedding like first dances and a bouquet and garter toss. They took advantage of their time together to celebrate with craft cocktails and a private chef prepared meal before finishing the evening with sparklers and staying in the glamorous master suite of the retreat, which their families had decorated with signs and roses congratulated the new Mr. & Mrs. Anderson.
After returning from the salon with hair and makeup complete, Eryn got ready in one of the residence's suites with her mother and sister. Bryce and his brother had been ready for the most of the day and waiting (im)patiently for the romantic first touch that he and Eryn shared, where they stood outside and read letters to each other, exchanging personal promises and shedding a few happy tears before their ceremony.
With the wraparound porch as their aisle, Bryce and Eryn held their ceremony on the back deck of the residence where they shared vows officiated by their sister in law and exchanged their rings. They signed their marriage license with Bryce's brother and his wife as witnesses and officially became husband and wife.
Bryce and Eryn's intimate mountain elopement details were some of my favorite. They showed their personality well and the added details - along with some elements of tradition - allowed them to celebrate in a way that felt more formal and special, despite the small gathering.
I love that they still kept the traditions that mattered to them alive at their elopement. They shared a first touch, cut the cake, tossed the bouquet and garter, danced (including a little YMCA action!), drank, and ate a gorgeous meal together as a family.
Planning, Signs, & Florals: Wild and Yarrow
Dress: LWD Bridal
Rings: Shane Co
Vow Books: Ivory & Sage Co
Venue: Private Residence
Private Chef: Dylan Fleischer
Cake: Denver Cake Co