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Congratulations to Shauna and Jimmy! When they were telling me about their big day, I got excited to be a part of this amazing wedding. Then we checked out the website of the venue and also did a site visit… This was our first wedding at the Highlands Ranch Mansion, and all we have to say is, WOW! If you are planning a classic, elegant wedding, you owe it to yourself to check out the Highlands Ranch Mansion. With the combination of amazing professionals and the setting of this beautiful venue, their wedding was an absolute hit!
Here are some of the Professionals* that made it happen:
Wedding Coordinator Extrodinaire: Classic Creations & Special Events (www.denver-weddings.com)
Chair Covers and Linens: Chair Covers & Linens, Inc (www.linenhero.com)
Chairs and Furniture for Guest book area: Chairs with Character (http://chairswithcharacter.com)
DJ: Dance Trax Entertainment (www.dancetraxentertainment.com)
Flowers: Flower House (www.theflowerhouseweddings.com)
Catrering: The Food Guy (www.thefoodguy.net)
Venue: Highlands Ranch Mansion (www.highlandsranchmansion.com)
Cake: The Makery (www.themakery.com)
*We have worked with most of these vendors on several occasions. Because our reputation is reflected by who we recommend to our clients, we do not mention anyone we would not use ourselves. Needless to say, we wouldn’t hesitate recommending any of the above vendors, to our clients! If you contact any of them, please mention that we sent you.
Tis the season for Engagement sessions! Yesterday we met Jane Lee and Brendan at the Buffalo Rose, in Golden to discuss their wedding and get to know each other before we headed over to the Clear Creek History Park. I had never been there before, but I know I will be back. This place is full of cool old buildings that have amazing character and textures. We love shooting backdrops like this. Utilizing rough textures like stone, old wood, flakey paint… It ads a nice contrast to a great looking couple like Jane Lee and Brendan. Check out their pics. I’m sure you’ll agree!
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