On what the bride’s mother described as “a glorious October day with aspens still golden on the hillside” and the “Rockies covered in snow in the background,” Jenna K. Brill and Gary Cadwell were married on Oct. 26 at Devil’s Thumb Ranch in Tabernash, Colo.
Ms. Brill, who will keep her name, is the daughter of Jean Cowen of Sag Harbor and the late Jeffrey Brill. Mr. Cadwell’s parents are Floyd Cadwell and Mary Cadwell, both of Albuquerque.
The bride wore a Watters strapless washed organza gown and carried a bouquet of flowers native to Colorado. Her attendants, led by her maid of honor, Jessica Plocher, and “best lady,” E.C. Michaels, wore cobalt blue Watters dresses.
The bride was also attended by Wendy Beh-Forrest, Ann McNeel, Carla Cadzer, Megan Maxwell, and Cristin McKay. The bridegroom’s niece, Sophia Ward, was the flower girl.
Mr. Cadwell’s best man was Ted Wallace, and his groomsmen were the bride’s brother, Harry Cowen, and Davis Linden, Mikkle Montano, Kyle Sweetland, Matthew Ward, and A.J. Weddington.
Peggy Cadwell, the bridegroom’s sister, Lauren Pincus, and Christopher Mansour gave readings, and the bride’s aunt Judy Linker’s Jack Russell terrier, Gibbs, served as ringbearer.
The couple live in Denver. Ms. Brill, who earned a master’s degree in social work from the University of Denver and a bachelor’s from Wheaton College in Massachusetts, is a marriage and family therapist at the Denver Family Institute. Mr. Cadwell, an analyst for Comcast, graduated from the University of New Mexico.