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When the clock struck midnight and everyone yelled “Happy New Year!”, most people were looking forward to a long night of partying or sleeping in late the next morning. Wes and Lauren were looking forward to their wedding. They chose to get married on January 1st, 2011 partially for the date (1/1/11) and partially for the magic that surrounds the holiday. New Year’s is full of excitement and hopes of the year to come. The chance to start something new and change your life for the better.
One thing I will say about Wes and Lauren is that they’re fun, energetic, silly…oh, and insanely in love (okay, that was more than one thing. :)) The support and encouragement they offer each other will last them into their waning years. And their ability to make each other laugh will make those years a heck of a lot of fun.
One thing I can say about Wes and Lauren’s new combined family…let’s just say that Wes and Lauren are one lucky couple. Their families are so warm and inviting. I truly enjoyed spending time with everyone! (PS – Lauren’s my sister-in-law, so I knew that it was going to be a fun wedding!)
Wes and Lauren, honestly, what can I say? I am so so happy for you, and wish you all the best in the years to come. I was absolutely honored to be a part of your wedding, and while I was able to hold back the tears then, they are definitely coming now. :) Congratulations!!
To view more pictures from Wes and Lauren’s wedding, watch the slideshow! (Trust me, you’ll love it!)
Tom and Valeria had a beautiful wedding on Lake Dillon in Colorado. But beyond the beauty of the flowers, the dresses, the lake and sailboats was the beauty of Tom and Valeria’s love for each other. Their love radiated from their faces the entire day, and it was truly obvious that they are meant to be together.
When I talked to their friends and family, they had the warmest things to say. I wouldn’t expect anything less because they are absolutely amazing people!
Tom and Valeria, thank you for inviting me into your lives and into this very special day. I had a blast, and I loved how the pictures turned out. I’ll admit, I’m even a little teary-eyed now! =D I wish you both a happy and bright future, filled with laughter, good food, and most importantly, good people.
Want to see more pictures from Tom and Valeria’s wedding day? (There were sooo many good ones!) Watch their slideshow!
Jay and Chandra met in Qatar. She was a girl from Wyoming, serving in the National Guard. He was a boy from England, serving in the British Army. Who would’ve guessed that they would fall in love on foreign ground….let alone while in the millitary! They had an absolutely gorgeous wedding at St. Alban’s Chapel up in the Snowy Range Mountains. I was absolutely honored to capture their wedding (not to mention, I’m super excited to share these pictures!)
Chandra, you are absolutely stunning:
Chandra had to sit in the van to put her veil on because it was so windy! (Welcome to Wyoming)
Honestly, could there be a prettier ceremony site?
We were able to get some amazing formals with the incredible scenery all around us!
I am so excited about the shots I captured of Jay and Chandra. They are so in love and it shows!
Oh, yum! I’m food happy just looking at these pictures!
You can always count on the best man to tell an embarrassing story.
During the ceremony, Jay and Chandra poured sand into this vase to symbolize their two lives becoming one.
When it came time to cut the cake, Jay played nice…
Jay and Chandra with Paster Chad Halbach:
Lastly, I will leave you with one of my favorite pictures:
Jay and Chandra’s love for each other is so apparent. They are two really cool people that happened to find each other (like a needle in a haystack!) Congratulations and all the best wishes for your new life together!
I had the wonderful opportunity to second shoot this wedding with one of my favorite photographers, Sarah Lee Welch. When we walked into the church, Cassie was as cool as can be, finishing some last minute touches. Cassie and Fred’s families are so warm hearted and caring, and Cassie and Fred are no exception. Their love for each other is evident in the way they look at each other. They kid and joke with one another and share the gift of laughter. Congratulations, Fred and Cassie! I wish you all the very best to come!