Boho Wedding with Pops of Rust and a Mix of Fresh + Dried Flowers | Wedding Recap | Emily + Steve

Camp Hale is one of the venue’s in Colorado that is really special. Situated between Leadville and Vail – the remote nature really gives your guests the most stunning views and overall experience and that’s exactly what Emily & Steve wanted to give their families – many of whom were traveling to Colorado from Kansas and Missouri.

We kicked off the weekend with an intimate rehearsal dinner at The Hythe hotel in Vail followed by a big welcome party at Arrabelle Vail! It was the perfect way to welcome all their guests to Vail for the weekend.

When we started designing their wedding, we knew we wanted to keep a lot of the tones and colors earthy but with a summer twist. The color palette of rust tones mixed in with some lighter colors played perfect to the vast landscape of Camp Hale and the beautiful summer season. It all came together beautifully!

At cocktail hour – guests were treated to spicy margaritas and comfy lounge groupings while these “party people” found their seats at a custom designed escort display. Before heading into the tent – Wandering Poppy Co. blew us away with a lush, organic entrance install. Once inside, guests the boho inspired florals were on full display with an amazing dance floor installation that was paired with pops of color in the glassware and napkins to transform the tent.

After dinner, guests took the dance floor to dance all night to the sounds of Manhattan Band before sending the couple off with a sparkler exit!

Vendor Credits:

Wedding Planning | Calluna Events

Venue | Camp Hale

Photography | Meredith Diamond

Videography | Klassey Productions

Ceremony Musicians | Oncue Entertainment

Floral Designer | Wandering Poppy Co.

Specialty Rentals | Hazel Grove Rentals

Specialty Linens | BBJ La Tavola

Invitations + Paper Goods | Scarlet Gilia Creative

Wedding Band | Jordan Kahn Music

Hair & Make-Up | Lola Beauty

Cake & Cupcakes | Cornerstone Chocolates

Transportation | Aspen Vail Limo

Bridal Gown | Anaïs Anette from A&bé Bridal Shop Portland

Bridesmaids Dresses | Show Me Your Mumu

Groom Suit | Suit Shop

Real Wedding Feature on Ruffled Blog!

We are thrilled to share that Brooke & Sam’s wedding was on Ruffled this week. Here’s the original blog post below!

Australian florals, horseshoe escort cards and a family-style feast enhanced with bowls of citrus? We simply can’t get enough of Brooke and Sam’s Colorado wedding captured by Harper Point Photography. Calluna Events once again designed a gorgeous Colorado wedding with floral design by Lalé Floral Design, who added Aussie blooms like Kangaroo Paws, Geraldton Wax and Gum Nuts since the bride is from Australia herself.

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From the groom, Sam: Our pie in the sky idea was for everyone to just go up to the mountains and camp out together for a few days, but my (Sam’s) family was too big for that, so we tried to keep it simple and so people could just hang out and enjoy the scenery and party. There were no real themes. We did try to incorporate things from Western Australia, where Brooke’s from, like good wine, some of the food, and native flowers. Both WA and Colorado are semi-arid places with beautiful scrubby grasses and wildflowers, so it worked well.

No themes or color schemes. We and our friends made all the signs and the music, and the day before the wedding Sam put together the chandelier that hung from the trees in the middle of the dining area.

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Flower recipe:
There were Kangaroo Paws and Geraldton Wax flowers, both Australian natives, as were the few different types of Eucalyptus leaves and the gum nuts. There were peonies, proteas, dahlias, thistles, roses, ranunculus, raspberries… all sorts of others that I can’t name.

Wedding Music:

All the music was provided by our friends. The processional music was this beautiful bittersweet Malagasy guitar music played by our friend Andrew. They struck up the traditional Yiddish tune “Siman tov u’mazel tov” when the ceremony was over. After dinner the full band (Mamarazzi, from NYC) played a set to kick off the dancing. For the first dance they were joined by our friends Patrick and Colleen Lee to play “Shama Lama Ding Dong” by the fictional band Otis Day and the Knights, followed by the parents’ dance, “Caravan” by Van Morrison. (Brooke’s dad is a huge Van fan so we knew it would have him in tears). And then Patrick Lee took over as DJ for the rest of the party.

View all images from this wedding in the gallery on our Weddings Portfolio

Wedding Vendors

PHOTOGRAPHY : HARPER POINT PHOTOGRAPHY

EVENT COORDINATION:  CALLUNA EVENTS

FLORAL DESIGN: LALÉ FLORAL DESIGN

VENUE: PLANET BLUEGRASS

WEDDING DRESS: ALEXANDRA GRECCO

BRIDE’S SHOES: CHIE MIHARA

HAIR STYLIST: EMMY WITH SAGE STUDIO

MAKEUP ARTIST: ALCHEMY FACE BAR

GROOM’S ATTIRE: PAUL SMITH

CATERING: A SPICE OF LIFE CATERING

WEDDING CAKE AND DESSERTS: SHAMANE’S BAKE SHOPPE

DJ: PATRICK LEE

RECEPTION BAND: MAMARAZZI

RENTALS: ALL EVENTS

INVITATIONS AND PAPER GOODS: SMOKEPROOF PRESS

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