Josh and Tisha
July 1, 2006
I love a creative couple with a sense of humor! Tisha and Josh included everything that I love in their wedding: a mountain setting, a gorgeous gown, heartfelt speeches, and some laid-back silliness. Mike and I loved it!
The ceremony took place at Vail Interfaith Chapel, with a brunch reception at Larkspur Restaurant in the Vail Village. The restaurant sat at the base of the ski lifts, with great views of the mountain. After a break in the afternoon, we all reconvened at Minturn Saloon to celebrate into the evening. We weren’t sure what to expect from a wedding in a saloon, and we certainly weren’t disappointed! You’re going to love this wedding…
Congratulations, Tisha and Josh! We are so happy for you!
I loved their summery sunflower theme.
There were lots of cute kids!
Tisha and her father, waiting to walk down the aisle
Their cake was a stack of pastries, wrapped in strands of sugar,
and topped with this bicycle built for two.
Tisha’s brother, J.C.
Josh’s niece did not want the party to end!
A few hours later, we all met at the Minturn Saloon, outside of Vail. Mike and I instantly loved the place!
Josh and Tisha arrived in costume! This was going to be FUN.
Everyone else came in costume, too!
They decorated the tables with clever displays of cowboy hats and beer steins filled with grasses. During the afternoon break, Mike and I printed black and white photos from the brunch reception, and Tisha and Josh framed them and gave them as favors to the guests. I thought that was a fantastic idea, and the guests loved it.
This young cowboy had some flashy moves with his lasso.
After dinner, it was time for two-step and line dance lessons!
Tisha and her dad