Modern day weddings are quite the production. Some of the recent weddings I have been to have been breathtaking with their magnificent venues, spectacular food, grand decorations, wonderful music, the list goes on. A short time ago I experienced something different. My cousin and her now-husband wed in a simpler manner. They married on a tight budget, and set a flawless example of how to throw a wedding in an affordable, classy fashion. It still took my breath away.
The Wedgewood Tapestry House wedding venue in Fort Collins, Colorado was absolutely radiant with its beauty. Its amazing landscaping, open-air dining area, rustic brick ballroom and enchanting house made for a sensational wedding. Wedgewood’s description of marrying at the Tapestry House is, “you get the fabulous Fort Collins wedding you’ve been looking for with a low price that you’d never expect”, and that’s right on the money. If you are thinking about a wedding out west, definitely check out this venue!
Knowing it wouldn’t be nearly as hot in the midwest as it is on the southeast, I decided to hunt for a jumpsuit to wear to the wedding, and totally hit the jackpot at Marshall’s with the Elaine Rose floral jumpsuit pictured above. Three-quarter-length outfits are perfect for outdoor events in the spring, summer or fall!
What I’m wearing:
Jumpsuit: – Elaine Rose Floral Jumpsuit $29.99 at Marshall’s; Find a similar one for $24.99 here
Shoes: These T-Strap pumps were at Nine West for $25 for a limited time, but now Nine West carries even cuter ones, which you can find here on sale for $69.99 or lessen (price subject to lessen once added to cart)