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Mountain Mayhem: A T-Lazy-7 Wedding

May Selby
Mountain Mayhem
All the bridesmaids and groomsmen - Michael Lynch, Chester White, Jolie de L'Arbre, Kristen Leidelmeijer, Patrick Lynch, David de L'Arbre, Meaghan Lynch, Atticus Lynch, Molly Lynch, Alex de L'Arbre and Billy Boyd. Tiffany Cook photo.
David and Meaghan at the altar alongside officiant Jeff Hanle as Besha Deane of T-Lazy-7 pays tribute with a reading. Tiffany Cook photo.
Eric Theile and Bonnie Boyd read “An Awesome book of Love” by Dallas Clayton. Tiffany Cook photo.
The colorful cocktail Reception at T-Lazy-7 Ranch. Jordan Curet photo.
Maid of honor Molly Lynch, flowergirl of honor and grandmother Lulu McMenamy, bride Meaghan Lynch and mother of the bride Keli Lynch. Tiffany Cook photo.
Cute couples Margie and Travis McLain and Tucker and Kevin Sommers. Tiffany Cook photo.
Anna Arlein, Maile Spung, Simi Hamilton and Sophie Caldwell. Jordan Curet photo.
David de L'Arbre, Dave de L'Arbre, Meaghan Lynch and Liz de L'Arbre. Tiffany Cook photo.
Meredith McKee and Gretchen Bleiler at the rehearsal dinner at Smuggler Mine. May Selby photo.
Alan and Gail Schwartz who first met the Lynch family when they were living in Paris. May Selby photo.
Charles Lucarelli, Baker Boyd, Grace Payne, Christine Benedetti and David Cook at the wedding ceremony. Jordan Curet photo.
Larry Lynch gives his father-of-the-bride speech at T-Lazy-7 Ranch. May Selby photo.
The wedding program, just like the invitations, featured works of art by Meaghan's grandmother. May Selby photo.

Meaghan Lynch and Dave de L’Arbre of Aspen tied the knot on Saturday, July 24, at T-Lazy-7 Ranch, a setting near and dear to the bride’s heart. Meaghan had lived at T-Lazy-7 for a few years with her best friend Besha Deane whose family owns the 80-plus year property. “Also my grandfather was a friend of the Deane family when he lived in Aspen in the 50s so it all came full circle,” Meaghan added.

The afternoon ceremony took place in the grassy meadow with views of Pyramid Peak and Jeff Hanle as the wedding officiant and a wedding party comprised of the happy couple’s family members. Joining the bride’s three brothers and her sister were the groom’s two sisters and his brother-in-law. Rounding out the group was a trio of flower girls – the two nieces of the groom and the 85-year-old grandmother of the bride who served as flower girl of honor (and also was the talented painter whose artwork was featured on the invitations and program).

During the ceremony, five-year-old flower girl Bonnie Boyd stole the show with her reading of the poem “An Awesome Book of Love” by Dallas Clayton along with Eric Theile who is a close friend to the groom.



After exchanging vows, the newlyweds led all to the lodge for an outdoor cocktail hour followed by dinner and dancing in the dining room. To kick off the dance party, Meaghan and Dave invited their parents to the dance floor to twirl together. “Our parents have a combined 75 years of marriage and truly are our role models,” added Meaghan. Cheers to the happy couple and a happy life together.


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