Denver friends, have you had a chance to check out Fort Greene? When Tara Bielecki Photography sent this editorial our way, we learned that not only do they whip up a mean craft cocktail, their neat teal walls + art deco vibes make a totally perfect wedding backdrop. Such an ambience calls for a bit of vintage flair in the details and fashion, no?
That is one fabulous necklace.
Tara says, We chose a simple but very glam Sarah Seven gown that complemented our bride’s style and the gorgeous jewelry from Abby Sparks. For menswear we chose clothing that really represents a majority of men living in Denver. Armitage & Mcmillan was the perfect shop to choose clothing that modern grooms can relate to and feel comfortable in. It was important to us that we have rich, jewel-toned florals to accent the green walls that cover this prohibition styled bar. MJM Designs married the elegance of the 1920s with modern couples in her stunning arrangements.
Fort Greene was named after the Brooklyn neighborhood and boasts the original bar dating back to 100 years ago, as well as some of the original fixtures that still light this cozy space. It has made quite a splash with the young professionals in downtown Denver and is the go to spot for handcrafted cocktails…. This place has tons of character, making it the perfect location for intimate weddings.
See everything in action in this film by Missing Frame Cinema:
So great. Thanks to the team below for making the magic happen!
Photographer: Tara Bielecki Photography / Videographer: Missing Frame Cinema / Venue: Fort Greene / Styling & Planning: Hourglass Productions / Florals: MJM Designs LLC / Hair & Makeup: Alchemy Artistry / Invitations & Place Cards: Rook Design Co. / Cake: Langilicious Fine Pastries / Gown: Sarah Seven from a&be bridal shop / Bridesmaids Gowns: Bella Bridesmaids / Menswear: Armitage & Mcmillan / Jewelry: Abby Sparks Designs