Everyone dreams of having a wedding that’s actually an event that will never be forgotten. Although the entire process is pretty hard, it isn’t impossible. You will face a wide variety of difficulties and challenges along the way. Don’t lose hope or be discouraged because all of these things are actually worth it. They are meant to strengthen the bond between you and your significant other before you take a leap of faith during your wedding. Once this bond is tested, you can be sure your resolve to fix any problem in your married life is stronger than any kind of trial.
Once all the preparations are done, you are now on your way to get married. All it takes is one special day for the actual wedding and afterwards, you can now call someone your own. You have to get through all the wedding preparations during the day itself and the ceremony to make things official. Next, you can have a breather and enjoy a quiet moment with your loved one amidst the Colorado mountain wedding view. It’s this moment when everything you have done during the past few months will finally sink in. Congratulations because you are now finally married.
This moment is also made special because your photographers will take your portraits before the reception party. With a view like this, you’re sure to have photos that capture the true essence of your relationship and how special this particular day is.
The bigger story of the wedding day ... Golf Course Wedding: Being a Colorado wedding photographer, I travel to many different venue locations to capture a bride and groom’s wedding day. From rustic barns, mansions, the beautiful Colorado mountains, to our new favorite, golf courses! Given Colorado’s beautiful Spring, Summer, and Fall weather, which happens to fall during wedding season, outdoor weddings are extremely popular. What is becoming more popular are golf course weddings! Among the many weddings I've photographed over many wedding seasons, I've photographed three, stunning and elegant weddings at golf courses.
Annie and Eric: Annie and Eric’s golf course wedding was at The Sanctuary golf course located in Sadlia, CO. The views that can be seen at The Sanctuary golf course are completely breathtaking. In addition to the Colorado Rockies that can be seen from the clubhouse, The Sanctuary has the most incredible waterfall which offers a natural and beautiful background for photos and almost gives the feel of a destination wedding. Annie and Eric love the outdoors and Eric absolutely loves to golf, so based on their hobbies and their desire to have beautiful, outdoor sceneries at their wedding location, The Sanctuary golf course was the perfect place for their golf course wedding! Annie and Eric recruited some of the best in the business to make their dream wedding come true. Laurel and Rose perfectly orchestrated the day, florals and centerpieces were made by the amazingly talented The Perfect Petal, and the cake artist was by the unique vendor Nothing Bundt Cakes.
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