This urban Denver wedding took place one of the couple's favorite areas in the city, the RiNo Art District. If you've never been to the area, imagine scattered factories and warehouses that have more recently been turned into breweries, modern restaurants, bike shops, and studio spaces for local artists and designers. The venue that Lee and Andrew chose for their wedding is the most perfect new spot called Blanc - a gorgeous, urban, blank canvas as Lee put it.
Down the road from the wedding venue was the iconic Denver Union Station, where the whole bridal party took photos in the newly restored vintage-charm station.
The decor and floral was light and sweet, provided by Orchid Princess Floral, paired with a beautiful reclaimed wood wall made by Edison Metalworks. Our a&bé bride wore the a gown that paired perfectly with the blush florals and her bridesmaids' dresses of neutral grey tones. The night ended in a carefully curated playlist of tunes picked out by the music-loving couple for the guests to dance to, while enjoying local Colorado craft beers and liquor, and even a whisky tasting bar!