Jamie and Sam planned a unique elopement with their friends in September of 2019! They decided to make it 70s themed and everyone dressed accordingly, complete with the bride in pants and a gorgeous hat.
Get ready to pick your jaws up off your floors, y’all. We’ve got some beautiful photos of Keith and Hawzien’s rustic wedding for you today. They had a two-day celebration, the first focusing on American traditions, and the second one honoring Hawzien’s Ethiopian heritage.
The Denver Athletic Club and its rooftop deck has been a Colorado staple and served as the gorgeous and eclectic backdrop for this urban wedding inspiration. The ceremony had 180-degree views on the rooftop and the reception rocked all white lounge furniture to give it that Hollywood vibe. Don’t miss the stunning gown paired with a killer black leather jacket, the adorable Great Dane, the edgy letterpress invitations, and the fuchsia ‘Til Death neon light in the Bistro.
Caroline and Andy wanted a wedding that was uniquely theirs, with none of the fluff or traditions that were not meaningful to them. Instead, they opted to bring in things they love together. This included a “scotch blessing” before dinner for everyone with custom shot glasses. They even carefully curated an intimate wedding party pre-wedding cocktail hour to ease everyone’s pre-wedding stressors.
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We really wanted a casual, foodie, boozy wedding. We wanted good food and for our guests to have a chill but fun time. My dad officiated our wedding which was so incredibly special. Both of our families are super supportive and embraced our not quite traditional queer wedding. My sister in-law hand made our rings for us and we had a ring warming ceremony. Each of the guests passed the rings around and put their hopes and wishes for us into them.