And how did I know it was going to be a really fun wedding? Within minutes of starting the groom’s party shots before the ceremony, Eric was suddenly pulling a move I now affectionately call “The Playgirl Pose”.
Normally, I like to focus on the joy and celebration of weddings with these blog posts (and this wedding was no exception), but this bride’s story is so tragic and inspiring that I have to pause a moment to acknowledge what she and her family went through almost 2 years ago…
The details of this wedding were really one-of-a-kind, and most of it the bride did HERSELF!!
Loyal readers will recognize Lauren and Spencer from that epic night-time downpour engagement session in Boulder from earlier this year. We had so much fun running around in the rain on Pearl St., I could only hope that their wedding was just as entertaining. And it was!
Betcha can’t tell, but it poured rain on Jennifer and Matt’s wedding.
That’s always one of the more “exciting” aspects of having your wedding in Colorado: really volatile weather patterns.
I will never forget how I knew that Jeanie and Andy’s wedding would be awesome: their cold and snowy engagement session in Old Colorado City the year before. They had such joy and warmth in the midst of such wet, cold snow that I knew there was nothing that could dampen their wedding spirits. And, boy, was I right.
The Omni Interlocken is a wonderful venue. Check it out if you are interested in a Denver area, all-in-one venue.
I love the tradition. I love the Hebrew prayers. I love the jubilation and the dancing.
I love that Erin and Sam entrusted us to capture their perfect day.
What would you do if your wedding was a week away and the venue was evacuated and closed off to everyone because of the Waldo Canyon Fire? Freak out? Probably. But not Kristina and Curt, they just pressed on. And boy, was it worth it!
Wolves at a wedding? You betcha!