For Shandace and Jake, the saying “What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas” doesn’t exactly ring true – they met poolside in Sin City. Five years later, they tied the knot at the stunning Pueblo Union Depot in Pueblo, Colorado. We have a thing for train stations and this venue did not disappoint. The building’s classic architecture, high ceilings, and dark wood perfectly complimented the classic blush tones of the wedding.
Like many of our brides, the most beautiful thing about Shandace was her infectious smile which shone through in literally every picture. One year after their “I do’s,” the couple has even more to smile about – they are expecting their first child this winter!
We are all about engagement and wedding features, but you know what’s really great? Seeing a couple whose happily married, celebrating their love. Stephanie and Russell joined Jordan Weiland for a snowy, romantic shoot on the first anniversary of their wedding. The couple kept their outfit colors neutral (always a favorite of ours) and let the winter wonderland that is Cherry Creek State Park in February shine. This session is so cozy and cute, it almost makes us wish for snow!
Nestled in the heart of the San Juan Mountains, Gorrono Ranch was the first and only venue I looked at. I knew the second I stepped foot there that it was the place!I planned everything from hundreds of thousands of miles and made the majority of my decisions online. Risky but exciting!
My theme was rustic chic blending gold shimmer and tree branches throughout and the dress was black tie. We had a very intimate wedding – 65 of our closest friends and family. Great food, incredible music, an oxygen bar, late night grilled cheeses, a huge bonfire, champagne limbo, cigars for the gentlemen, and a sparkler send off were just some of the highlights of the evening! Truly the best night of our lives! (Courtesy of the bride.)