A beautiful vintage railroad inspired wedding in Colorado with pretty peach details

Today I am thrilled to share a beautiful vintage railroad inspired wedding in Colorado with pretty peach details.

Images were captured by Serendipity Studios with the collaboration of a fabulous creative team.

Alexandria Lopez of Serendipity Studios says of the shoot….

 

I close my eyes and I can see every detail. I can still smell the flowers, feel the wind, and hear the chimes.

Our shoot was set in an elegant historical setting with a unique artistic yet vintage vibe complete with a beautiful bride and her handsome groom.

I wanted to capture a natural unrehearsed love in a setting that showcased Colorado’s history and rustic roots, but I wondered how do I blend all of this together and bring this vision and styled shoot to life?

Well, it all starts with taking the first step. I began by categorically outlining my wish list for such a shoot. I broke each aspect of my shoot down to individual tasks, props, colours, setting, style, vendors, etc.

 

Being a Colorado gal, I knew of the perfect venue. The Colorado Railroad Museum in Historic Golden Colorado. I contacted the Museum’s manager and she was immediately on board.

The next day we met in person and toured the trains and I was delighted to have the opportunity to walk through a Chicago Train from the 1800’s.

This magnificent train is traditionally closed to the public. I knew as soon as I stepped into this train that this was my vision coming to life.

The ambiance, the details, the character all in perfect harmony with what I envisioned.

With the venue booked, this styled shoot quickly went from a vision to having a date set.  Now, came the most important part of bringing it all to life.

Connecting with all the vast artistic community of Colorado. We are truly blessed to have so many creative and ambitious individuals to partner with, and within two weeks’ time I had everyone I needed to make this shoot a success lined up.

 

When the day finally arrived the shoot was executed miraculously. The weather was perfect, the models were lost in true unrehearsed love, and a vision dreamed was a vision executed!

To give a beautiful insight into the day a lovely stationery suite was created by Scarlet Gilia Creative,

The Bride wore a flowing lace gown from Eleanors Bridal whilst she is complimented by her Groom in a sauve dark suit.

Thunder & Twine were on hand with design aspects and decor for the beautiful tablescape alongside florals from Summit Skies Event & Floral Design in stunning peach tones.

To complete the styling on our vintage railroad inspired wedding theme shoot there was a gorgeous cake from The Blakery

 

Shoot Vendors

Venue: Colorado Railroad Museum

Photographer: Serendipity Studios Photography, LLC

Dress: Eleanor’s Bridal

Invitation Designer: Scarlet Gilia Creative

Floral Designer: Summit Skies Event & Floral Design

Bakery: The Blakery

Design and Decor: Thunder & Twine

More about ALISON TINLIN

UK Wedding Blogger with an eclectic style based in Glasgow

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