Sarah & Daniel ~ Joining the Party

This was one of the first weddings where I photographed only the reception. I was a little worried before meeting Sarah and Daniel that I would have a hard time joining the party halfway through the day. At our first meeting prior to the day of, I got to know Sarah and I knew they were the kind of people to make everyone feel right at home. They met in a church classroom. Well, they actually just made some eye contact and that was all Daniel needed to ask her out. She was smitten too though! She told me that after that one look, the rest was history! He proposed in December of last year by a lake where they had one of their first dates.

During our first conversation, they told me how important their guests were to them. They wanted everyone to feel welcome and loved. And that’s exactly what happened on their big day!

 I met up with the bridal party and guests at the Curtis Ballroom in south Denver. Everybody was buzzing after what seemed like a beautiful and emotional ceremony, so they were ready for photos. I captured the bride and groom with their closest friends and family and then we got some gorgeous photos on the balcony with an incredible view. The toasts from their parents were so touching and so emotional. Sarah and Daniel kept looking at each other and smiling and I couldn’t help but notice how much love they had between them. It was really cool to see how much they meant to everyone at the wedding and how much support they had going into their marriage.

Thanks, Sarah and Daniel, for such a fun day. I love these photos so much and I hope you do too!


As always epic thanks to my associate photographer Shelli of Shelli Quattlebaum Photography.


~ Amazing Vendors that made the day awesome ~

Location of Wedding/Reception:               The Curtis Ballroom 

Cake Maker:                                                   Nothing Bundt Cakes

Caterer:                                                          The Three Tomatoes


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