Paul and Kaitlyn on the very first day of the new year shared their vows with their friends and loved ones at the gorgeous Boulder First Presbyterian. It made for the most stunning getting ready photos for Kaitlyn and her bridal party. Big tall stain glass windows and beautiful natural light…simply took my breath away. I absolutely adored watching Kaitlyn laugh and love on each of her friends there. She has a way of making each person feel completely appreciated and cared for. Her happiness and ability to just be in every moment of the wedding day was truly beautiful. I could see why Paul and Kait were such a great pair together and they both have this ability in making everyone around them laugh and be so at ease. Probably one of my favorites about this couple was the way Paul took care of Kaitlyn. Whether it the way he would help her carry her dress, flowers or just tell her…ALL the day long how beautiful she was…Kaitlyn knew just how precious she was to him. Love that about them.
The wedding was urban, glitzy, and oh so glamerous. But the special touches of notes that Paul and Kait wrote to all of their guests underneath their table seating cards and the mugs to use for the night showed such a sweet personal side to their wedding. I was so in love with their doughnut wall…I seriously hope this is a trend for 2017. So much fun! It was a gorgeous candle lit reception with lots of laughter and sweet dance moves. I would love to share a few of my favorites from their beautiful wedding day. To see more head on over to my facebook page
Also, at the end of this wedding will be all the lovely and many talented vendors that helped make this day possible for Kaitlyn and Paul. So loved working with all of you! Congrats Kaitlyn and Paul. You were simply a dream couple to work for!
Elizabeth Ann Photography
2nd Photographer | Kate’s Lens Photography
Church | First Presbyterian of Boulder
Reception | Ascent
Wedding Coordinator | Ally Creel
Florist | The Painted Primrose Floral Studio
Donuts | Voodoo Doughnut
Caterer | Green’s Point