Mikaela and Robert's wedding at the historic Robison Mansion in Canon city was such a perfect way to start the 2018 wedding season! The full highlight video will be ready in the next couple of weeks, but we couldn't wait to show off some of the footage, so we put together a quick wedding video preview!
Sasha and Joseph's wedding at the Grand Hyatt in downtown Denver wedding marked the end of our main wedding season, and was the last in an insane marathon of 11 weddings in 9 weeks. I cannot think of a better way to have wrapped up the season. There is just so much I love about this wedding and about this video.
Sasha and Joseph were so open and emotional, and their love for each other showed every second of the day. We often have couples read notes to each other out loud, and then choose between either notes or the couple's vows to include in the video. For Sasha and Joseph we ended up using both their notes and their vows. Their words to each other were written and spoken so eloquently, and the sentiments and contents were so beautiful, that we didn't want to leave any of it out. Shooting and editing moments like these are what drew me to wedding video in the first place, and Sasha and Joseph's wedding was a perfect example of every reason I love my job.
Just like the couple, the backdrop for this wedding couldn't have been more amazing. The Ceremony and Reception took place at the Grand Hyatt in downtown Denver, 40 stories above the city. The venue has 360 degree sweeping views that show a full panorama of the mountains and foothills during the day, and a stunning carpet of city lights after sunset. The cherry on top of it all was some of my favorite decor and floral arrangements of the year. Sasha and Joseph chose the somewhat unconventional combination of orange and grey for their wedding colors, which made for some of the most unique, vibrant bouquets I've ever seen.
Sasha and Joseph, thank you so much for letting us capture your wedding. Lauren and I wish you all the best in the years to come!
The Denver Botanic Gardens has been one of my favorite places ever since I first moved down to Denver for college in 2006, and it is one of the best places in Denver to have a wedding. I've been hoping to get to shoot a wedding there since I first started up my business, and Bixby and Jason's wedding was an amazing way to cross it off of my venue wishlist.
The day itself was a bit rainy and grey, but Bixby and Jason didn't let that phase them at all, and it made for an absolutely gorgeous, romantic first look at the Botanic Garden's Monet Garden. It's such an honor getting to share in moments like this with the couples whose weddings we capture and it is so much fun to get to watch the joy and elation on couples' faces the first time they see each other.
Congratulations Bixby and Jason! Thanks for letting us be a part of your wedding day!