Robert and Elasha planned a gorgeous Buddhist inspired ceremony at Sunrise Amphitheater in Boulder, with off the charts florals by Brittany at Hana Style Designs and wedding coordination by Hourglass Productions. With breathtaking views of Boulder and the prettiest stone amphitheater for miles, Robert and Elasha (and their soon to be baby!) celebrated with laughter and joy. One of my favorite parts of the ceremony was when their officiant took a moment to invite the guests to be centered and present with Robert and Elasha–then started and finished the ceremony with a ring on the Tibetan Singing Bowls. And with a perfect mix of personality and flair, they chose processional and recessional music by the Beatles, played by a quartet of friends.
After the ceremony we met back up at the CHAC Art Gallery in the Santa Fe Art District in Denver for a Beatle’s themed reception including toasts, dinner, and couple’s portraits. I loved how the vibrancy of the ceremony carried over to the vibrancy of the couple’s portraits in front of the Santa Fe murals in a different but totally cool way.
(Courtesy of Green Blossom Photography)
This beautiful wedding set at the gorgeous Castle Cliff Estates, Colorado was put together quickly so that the bride’s mother could attend. Every detail was amazing – from the stunning flowers to the amazing tablescapes – and they were so happy to have their friends and family by their side. Thanks to Isabelle Kline for making their dream wedding happen on very short timeline to plan.
(Courtesy of Jeanine Thurston Photography)
Tiffany and Joe met at an ugly sweater party a few years ago and they both just knew. When we met for the first time to talk about their wedding, they told me this sweet story of how their little elopement came to be… after they got engaged, one night they were laying down to go to bed and one of them just sort of thought out loud, “what if we just went to the courthouse and DID IT?” So the more they talked about it, the more they wanted it to be just the two of them. They flew their two closest friends in and had themselves a fantastic little celebration. Tiffany couldn’t keep the secret from her mom, so her cute mama was FaceTiming with them during the ceremony. I feel so privileged to be a part of this little group and to spend a December evening with the four of them (and Judge Rudolph, too!) in downtown Denver at the Courthouse and at the beautiful Brown Palace Hotel, all decked out for the holidays.
(Courtesy of Caitlin Hamilton Photography)