Planning a Fort Collins Wedding

From the lively downtown to sweeping views of the Rocky Mountains in the background, Fort Collins is officially one pretty place. Which is why, when it comes to planning your Fort Collins wedding, we want to help you and your details stay true to local form by introducing you to three of the loveliest vendors around.

A Fort Collins Wedding Photographer

To start, let’s chat about Shutterchic Photography. A service-oriented boutique photography studio based right in Fort Collins, Shutterchic is owned by Tori, a photographer who believes that your wedding day should be the best day of your life and works to help make that happen. She encourages couples to book engagement sessions and sees them as an opportunity to have fun and get to know you and your love story. Plus, this woman takes drop-dead gorgeous photos.

A Fort Collins Wedding Dress Shop

Dora Grace is a Fort Collins bridal shop that has one goal in mind: making wedding dress shopping into a wonderful event with you as the star. From the shop’s name – drawn from two women who deeply understood the love and commitment that go into planning a wedding and building a marriage – to its incredible designs and patient, attentive, staff, Dora Grace is certain to help you take center stage in the dress of your dreams.

Wedding Flowers in Fort Collins

Now on to some of the prettiest parts of wedding day décor: flowers. Lace and lilies is a floral design shop we’ve been dying to share with you. Born from the collaborative efforts of two exceptionally passionate and talented artists, lace and lilies defines itself as a creative floral artistry studio and from what we’ve seen of their incredible work in weddings and styled photo shoots alike, the shoe certainly fits.

P.S. Don’t forget to use the best planning tools around – our wedding websites are perfect for communicating with your guests and sharing the details of your wedding day and registry.

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