Pretty In Pink

On October 12th, Brian and Noelle Larson were officially married. We had a special connection to the couple because Noelle is an employee of the Boulder Country Club as well as Brian’s Father is our General Manager. Thus, the pressure for perfection was especially high.

Noelle and Brian wanted to create an elegant pink, white, and silver ambiance. We worked to avoid what one might find at a Sweet Sixteen rather pursuing the romantic nature that defines a wedding. Quite successfully, I believe, all that attended were wowed by how well the couple were able to pull this typically tricky color off.

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The light pink and white gave the dining room a polished feel. Furthermore, the centerpieces and other accents around the room helped to enhance the colors chosen. By incorporating neutral colors like silver and white, the pink touches were complimented rather than appearing overwhelming.

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Mixing a darker and lighter pink in two rooms provided natural separation between the spaces as well kept the color scheme consistent.

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Brian and Noelle treated guests to cupcakes and mini key lime pies!

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The couple and their guests danced the night away…. Even Noelle’s dress incorporated the same light pink used in the rest of the wedding!

As one of the last weddings of the year, we were happy to see members of the Boulder Country Club family married. Congratulations Brian and Noelle, we are so proud and happy for you two!

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