Be it summer, fall or winter, there is a good chance you’ll find these two in the village or on the mountain. While Denver is their home, Vail is an extension of that home. This made Vail and The 10th the perfect place for these two to tie the knot.
For one of their venue visits, Jill from Snapdragon Celebrations met them on skis for a walkthrough. There aren’t many Colorado Wedding Venues that you do this at, but The 10th is the perfect opportunity to turn a venue visit into a ski day.
Bridal prep took place at The Solaris. Jordan had a beautiful view of the mountains and all of the ski runs that funnel down into Vail Village. After he dress was buttoned, we made our way over to the covered bridge in East Vail for a first look with Greg. Upon arriving, both Stacy and I looked at each other in confusion on how Jordan and her heals were going to make the hike down the steep bank and over the river-rocks to Greg. Without hesitation she was hiking down the path.
After the first look at Gore Creek, the wedding party walked through Vail Village to Gondola One for a ride to The 10th for the ceremony. We had perfect weather and some beautiful light for their early September Wedding. Shortly after they proceeded back down the isle as husband and wife, the night began with a delicious dinner and music from one of our favorite wedding bands, Rockslide.
It was a pleasure working along side some of our favorite professionals in the business for this wedding. Their wedding day started and ended perfectly and we could not be happier for these two and their wedding at The 10th, a favorite Vail Wedding Venue that we love working.