This Tenmile Station Wedding in Breckenridge, CO is Overflowing with Flowers

January 3, 2018 | colleen

What happens when a couple is surrounded by wildflowers and their first look includes the groom serenading his bride-to-be? Tears. Lots of tears. Amy and Cameron’s Tenmile Station wedding is as romantic as it gets. After Cameron played the guitar during their first look, these two exchanged rings in front of their family and friends with the mountains as their backdrop. Amy looked stunning in her Galia Lahav gown, and her bridesmaids each rocked a flower crown to complete the romantic and relaxed look. Catalina Jean Photography and her second shooter, Elicia Bryan Photography, both perfectly captured the emotion and romance that was so evident throughout the day.

The Couple:

Amy and Cameron

The Wedding:

Tenmile Station, Breckenridge, Colorado

My advice would be to start early if you can. Try not to sweat every detail. Plan for you, not for your family or to avoid hurt feelings. This is your day, do what will make you happy and keep you stress free. HAVE A PLANNER. And a good one. They should take over leading up to the day and on the day to let you just enjoy. Ours had it all figured out. I didn’t even have my phone on me, and I didn’t need it.

We had a blue grass band cover our songs, a friend was our officiant, and we wrote our vows. We also wore items from our grandfathers who couldn’t be there. A thimble, the groom’s shoes, and cuff links were all our grandfathers. 

Catalina was great. She isn’t about the generic photos, she captured the best candids.

I’ve always wanted a long sleeve dress. Galia Lahav and Sheron were actually in the store in LA and built the dress on to me. The moment was serendipitous and amazing and it came out exactly how I wanted. I bought my own necklace from a store I stumbled into in Venice, CA.



Cameron and I both made 1,000 paper cranes each to make a wish for each other. We used these as a photo backdrop and for our escort cards.

We wanted it to be all about the fun and dancing and a magical experience. That meant good music, little surprises, and drinks!

The Wedding Team:

Photography – Catalina Jean Photography
Second Shooter – Elicia Bryan Photography
Event Planning – Sparkles and Vintage
Venue – Tenmile Station
Floral Design – Yonder House Floral Design
Catering – Tenmile Station
Cake – Blue Moon Bakery
DJ – Ijames Productions
Live Music – Ginny Mules
Videography – Cholorfil
Makeup Artist – Katie Klein
Wedding Dress – Galia Lahav
Rentals – Sparkles and Vintage


Thank you to Junebug member Catalina Jean Photography for sharing this Breckenridge wedding with us! Couldn’t get enough of Catalina’s moody photography? Then check out this Dead Man’s Cove engagement that she photographed.

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