When I first spoke with Jennifer and her mother, Angela, I knew I would love working with them. How right I was!
Here was a mother-daughter team who had created and envisioned the entire event, and who wanted someone they could trust who could make their vision come to life. I was honored (and super excited) that they asked me to be the one to do it.
I loved how they incorporated Greek tradition to their Colorado modern wedding style. I had a moment of pure bliss (yes, I did have a silly grin on my face as the photographer noticed), when I was by their bundt cake, complete with florals in the center, and they began Greek dancing in several circles in the middle of the dance floor. I felt as if I was experiencing the movie, My Big Fat Greek Wedding, and I loved every moment. I sort of wanted to nudge someone, instead, I did a little dance in place.
The details were perfect- from the yellow aisle runner as guests walked into the Denver Art Museum for the reception, to the floral centerpieces, to the gobo, to the menus, to the Jordan almond filled favor boxes (yup, a tradition). Seeing it all come together in such a great space made me happy.
Favorite part of the evening: Having the mother-of-the-bride peek into the reception space before we opened the doors from cocktail hour and state that it was exactly what she had hoped for! That, and experiencing the love between the bride and groom, and the bride’s sisters (all 4 of them!).
Jennifer, John, and Angela, I loved working with you. It came together with such ease and fun, and that is truly what you created for the evening.
Ceremony Venue: Assumption Cathedral
Reception Venue: Denver Art Museum
Rentals: Butler Rents
Flowers: D’Clement Custom Florist
Lighting: Design Works
Photography: Pixil Studio via George Street Photographers
Videographer: Matt Griebel
Band: Moment’s Notice
Bundt Cakes: Nothing Bundt Cakes
Transportation: Ramblin Express
Wedding Coordinator: Storytellers Events