Rebecca & Adam in Golden, CO\\nOne couple's relaxed fall wedding incorporates rich colors, rustic details, and bluegrass music in a mountain setting.\\nRebecca and Adam love the outdoors and wanted their wedding to reflect their laid-back style. While Adam was biking on Lookout Mountain one day, he stumbled upon Boettcher Mansion. \\"I loved the idea of getting married at the top of a mountain because Adam had proposed to me on a mountaintop during a hike,\\" says Rebecca.\\n\\n\\n\\nShe had her Watters gown customized by tailor Patty Elliott.\\nAdam accented his suit with a calla lily-and-sedum boutonniere.\\nThe bride's younger sister, Sally, served as matron of honor and carried a bouquet of hydrangeas and dahlias.\\n\\n\\n\\nHer older sister, Rachael, who owns Alabama-based Two Hearts Weddings and Events, was the couple's wedding planner.\\nThe ceremony, held on the patio, was officiated by a friend of Adam's family.\\nArrangements of hydrangeas, eucalyptuses, and dahlias decorated the altar area.\\nTo surprise her groom, Rebecca had Rachael secretly pass out party horns for the 64 guests to blow during \\"the kiss.\\"\\nThe newlyweds recessed to the Peanuts theme song. \\"I thought a silly song would be funny, since everyone would still be blowing the party horns,\\" says Rebecca.\\nGuests found their seats for the reception via escort cards displayed in wooden holders provided by the couple's florist, Bella Fiori Events.\\nThe tables showcased cotton branches in birch bark-wrapped vases, pinecones, and candles.\\nThe tables also featured arrangements of hydrangeas, artichokes, dahlias, and lisianthuses.\\nAt dinner, the couple and their guests enjoyed a three-course menu featuring local seasonal fare.\\n\\n\\n\\nDessert included a spread of bite-size treats and a Bananas Foster station. The food was provided by Catering by Design.\\nThe couple's friend Heather Luttrell and her father, along with friends from local band Oakhurst, performed bluegrass music.\\nIn lieu of a first dance, the couple dedicated Ray LaMontagne's \\"You Are the Best Thing\\" to each other.\\n\\n\\n\\n\\"We're not big dancers, but there was some spontaneous dancing that took place!\\" says Rebecca. \\"At the end of the night, I remember looking at everyone laughing and enjoying themselves—exactly what we wanted.\\"