Lindsay Springer and Griffin Colegrove were married July 17, 2011, in the mountains of Rocky Mountain National Park, Colo. The Rev. Allen Kallenbach officiated the double-ring ceremony as droplets of rain and a few scattered umbrellas added special charm to the service. The bride and groom welcomed a double rainbow as a symbol of love for their wedding day. For special music during the ceremony, Griff played guitar and sang love songs in Spanish and English to Lindsay.
The bride is the daughter of Lloyd and Mary Jo Springer of Alpena. The groom is the son of Greg and Pam Colegrove of Boulder, Colo., currently residing in Germany.
Attending the bride were friend Karen Pierce Schaub, and Alison Springer, sister-in-law. Attending the groom were friend Scott DeVelder; Grayson Colegrove and Graham Colegrove, brothers of the groom; and Trent Springer, brother of the bride.
Following the ceremony, a reception honoring the newlyweds was held in the hayloft of the Elkhorn Lodge, historic and still-in-operation horse stables in Estes Park. The evening included old-fashioned square dancing. The couple will honeymoon in Europe in December.
Lindsay is a biologist for Rocky Mountain National Park and will receive her Masters in Natural Resources from Colorado State University in December. In May, Griff received his Masters in Education from the University of Colorado. He currently teaches Spanish and English in the Boulder schools. The couple is making their home in Boulder.