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Monthly Archives: February 2014

Kat and Patrick were married at the Artwork Network Gallery in Denver’s Santa Fe Arts District, February 1, 2014.

This was a dream wedding to document.

First, it was staged in a hip art gallery.

Second, it was a morning wedding with great light.

Third, it was a winter wedding with the addition of snow.

And fourth, Kat and Patrick let me do my thing capturing real moments. When it was time to make some distinctive portraits, they were happy to accompany me outside to play in the snow-filled alley behind the gallery. There we found some cool murals to use as backdrops.

Biscuits & Berries made a brunch that included red velvet pancakes that were so good, I want the recipe!

Colorado Harpist, Erin Newton, added a classical touch to the ceremony including a performance of “Lovesong” by The Cure, for the processional.

The couples’ personal friend, Willie Shepherd officiated at the ceremony for Kat and Patrick, which also included their children from previous marriages. The kids had fun launching flower petals from a potato cannon.

Congratulations and best wishes for a happy life together, Kent

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The 23rd Annual Valentine’s Day Mountaintop Matrimony ceremony at Loveland Ski Area had 82 couples say “I Do” for the first time or repeat their vows in a mass wedding outside The Ptarmigan Roost Cabin, elevation 12,050 feet, located at the top of Lift #2. It was cold, windy, snowy with near whiteout conditions which is what I’ve grown to expect having photographed this event at least five times over the years.

Cheers, Kent

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Keil and Joey were married on New Years Eve at St. Paul Catholic Church in Colorado Springs followed by a reception at the Broadmoor Hotel.

Sean Cayton of Cayton Photography invited me to help document Keil and Joey’s amazing destination wedding at this world class venue.

Celebration by Maggie helped Keil and Joey plan their big event.

David Squiress of Design Works and his staff designed and decorated both the church and the hotel.

Cheers, Kent

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