Thursday, January 21, 2010

Kristin & Phil, Part I

This next wedding was one of my favorites from 2009 for very personal reasons- one of my best friends was the bride, we planned and designed the entire wedding and the couple was married in Colorado (my second favorite place on earth to Traverse City).

I've known Kristin since she moved to Traverse City in 1996. It wasn't until High School that we became close and when it was time to fly the coup we, along with three other BF's, landed in Ann Arbor at the University of Michigan. It was during our Senior year at Michigan that Kristin and Phil fell in love. After graduation in 2005 Kristin moved to Florida for Physical Therapy school with Phil beside her every step of the way. In 2008 the couple moved to Colorado Springs and so their story begins...

Both Kristin and Phil love the outdoors and adventure so a Rocky Mountain wedding was the perfect combination of natural beauty and exploration. The couple fell in love instantly with Copper Mountain Resort's and it's mountain side location. With less than a year to plan we jumped into action.

A Day in May, Event Planning & Design primarily works with clients planning their weddings and events in Northern Michigan however with 2009 complete and 2010 on the horizon we have clients in Colorado, California and Minnesota!

Two of the top three "must have's" (#1 location) for Kristin and Phil were their entertainment and photographer. We'll get to the entertainment later (trust me it's worth the wait), however it's my pleasure to introduce James Christianson...

*Note: I pasted two photos together that are NOT supposed to go together- you all had to see how gorgeous the "big picture" was!

The wedding ceremony was held at Solitude Station which is 11,200 feet above see level. You could see for miles and miles... it was the picture perfect Colorado wedding AND we made it down the mountain before the afternoon showers. Stay tuned for more details and James' stellar photography.


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