I’ve been looking forward to Lisa & Pat’s wedding since the day I met this amazing & energetic couple. I had such a blast with them during their engagement shoot, picking fresh berries at the Berry Patch Farms in Brighton, CO. So, I just knew that their farm-themed October wedding at Crooked Willow Farms, in Larkspur Colorado was going to be an excellent day for them, AND for some amazing wedding photography.
Gorgeous wedding colors of midnight blue, green, and ivory, with the main floral focus of herbs and white garden roses showered the venue. The wedding had a vintage feel, with the food revolving around a harvest meal and locally sourced food, including jam that the bride and groom canned themselves, as well as honey from their very own bees.
The touching outdoor ceremony focused on love for family, friends, and the earth. As the groom’s cousin played the guitar softly, the couple planted a cherry tree in front of all their friends and family. The tree will be permanently live in Lisa & Pat’s backyard for them to enjoy.
Another unique part of this wedding, was the cake cutting ceremony. Not one, but three beautiful wedding cakes sat on the reception table waiting to be sliced into. There was an original wedding cake for each special marriage, one for Pat’s parents, another for Lisa’s, and one more of course for the bride and groom. What a special moment for all three couples to share together, as they all sliced their individual cakes together, at the same time. It was an incredibly touching and unique moment.
For the perfect ending to a perfect night, an Argentinean taco truck arrived just in time for a late night snack for all the guests to enjoy! That was the first time I’d had Argentinean food, and wow is it amazing. The taco truck matched perfectly with Lisa and Pat’s honeymoon destination- Argentina!
I hope you two had an amazing time on your honeymoon. Thank you for allowing me to capture your beautiful, creative and inspiring wedding. XOXO