Megan and Rob’s wedding day pictures in a slideshow.
Megan and Rob’s engagement blog post.
Megan Goldin and Rob Morrison were married October 9, 2011 at The Wild Basin Lodge in Allenspark, Colorado.
Bojie and Rigsby, both Newfoundlands, are the center of Megan and Rob’s lives. Megan had Bojie when she met Rob and he knew if Bojie didn’t like him there was zero chance. Their first meeting, they French kissed, and both Rob and Bojie were hooked on one another ever since. They got Rigsby together – his official name is Bee Creeks state of the union because Megan always promised herself that before she married someone, she had to have a puppy with them first. They knew if they couldn’t make it through raising a puppy together- they couldn’t make it through a marriage and raising children together;) he passed his “test” the first night they brought Riggs home and Rob got up with him at 3am when he was crying and took him out.
The dogs which resemble black bears played a big part in the wedding ceremony. Bojie pulled a cart up the wedding aisle with the actual wedding rings riding attached to a pillow and escorted by Rigsby.
Megan and Rob picked a perfect fall day for their wedding in the mountains near Estes Park. The trees were wearing there fall colors and there was a fresh coat of snow covering Longs Peak.
Father Martin Hunckler, a retired Denver area priest, performed the service with a wonderful sense of humor keeping the ceremony serious but light enough for a few belly laughs.
Brigitte Ohler owner of Floral Design of Europe in Estes Park did an amazing job decorating the wedding arch for the ceremony with locally gathered fall leafs and matching flowers. She also made Megan’s bouquet and decorated the lodge for the reception.
Dave Kreider, Beggar’s Tunes DJ Service, provided great sound for the ceremony and the reception. He had the dance floor hopping with special songs such as Bruce Springsteen’s “Jersey Girl” for Megan who is from New Jersey.
Cheers to Rob and Megan!
Happy Holidays, Kent