Natalie and Dusty never stopped smiling once the entire day. It was incredible! A beautiful setting in Silverthorne, fantastic golden aspens, adorable ring bearers, a vintage Land Rover, an officiant who had to take a break from fly fishing in the river behind the ceremony site just to marry them…the list goes on. It was too bad no one danced though…
Just kidding! SoulX brought down the house, as usual. Right after the couple battled it out Guitar Hero-style for their first dance. Love to you both!
All photo credits to Joe Kusumoto, who did an amazing job capturing every single smile throughout the day.
We are too lucky to work with the craftiest brides around. Erica (who is a fantastic hair stylist who did my hair for my wedding) hand-sewed the flower girl’s dresses and ring bearers’ vests, made the shotgun shell boutonnieres, painted furniture and recovered chairs for the marriage license signing…the list goes on. And then Clint, a firefighter, brought a whole crew of firefighters to set everything up for her and execute her perfect vision! What a power couple.
Ian of Shoots the World Photography has a beautiful gallery on his blog; there are simply too many gorgeous pictures to post them all here! Congrats and so much love to these fantastic people!
Sarah’s the craftiest gal around…she personally made all the flower arrangements from dried selections of wheat grass and lavender, painted vases, hand-bagged dried lavender for favors, and put together the best kids room at a wedding we’ve ever seen (complete with rugs, movies, monogrammed mason jars, and toys and snacks galore)! But, she’s certainly met her match with Jordan, who purchased parts from over sixteen vintage chandeliers and painstakingly crafted them back together into four stunning chandeliers that lit the reception space. It was a privilege to work this wedding at Blanc Denver, a fantastic venue downtown. The weather cooperated for a fabulous night of dancing under the stars to the 80s beats of New Sensation. Congratulations to the happy couple! All photographs by Newell Jones and Jones Photography (www.newelljonesandjones.com)