Katie and PK’s wedding was inspired by the couple’s love of clean, modern design. We incorporated linear elements in the stationery and custom builds to tie in the architecture of Toro, the dining space at The Viceroy Snowmass. Toro is appointed with warm finishes including cognac leather, medium-stained wood, and cow hide tiles. We curated a color palette that broke up and provided some relief from those deep warm tones while still complementing the space with dusty taupe, mauve, terra cotta, rust, sandstone, and an accent of jade blue for a surprise pop of color.
The design emphasized the artful combination of the couple’s modern esthetic with the organic and rugged qualities of the mountains that surround Snowmass. We added a 60 foot ivory sisal runner to the raised ceremony aisle’s simplistic design to complement the wild, but refined floral arch designed by Tinge. Multipurpose ceremony programs included an escort card wrap that instructed guests on their dinner table assignments and secured a pair of sunglasses to the back of the programs for the outdoor ceremony.
The cocktail hour was hosted outside on a large wooden deck, so guests could spend more time enjoying the expansive mountain views. We designed a custom 12 foot bar that featured a wooden tambour facade and an oversized informal photo area that perfectly framed the couple during their first dance held nontraditionally during cocktail hour.
The indoor dining tables included acrylic chairs, blush velvet linens, smokey jade water glasses, low profile speckled ceramic plates, embossed and foiled dinner menus, and artfully arranged centerpieces which featured pristine garden roses and locally foraged floral accents.