Michelle and Nick could look out their living room window and see their wedding site, Coohills restaurant in downtown Denver. Actually, the wedding was on an old steel trestle bridge over Cherry Creek, only a few dozen feet from the restaurant door. They were down to earth, sharp-witted, enjoyed a pint, and wanted natural Denver wedding photography. We got along just fine.
You thought War Paint was a euphemism, right?
From their apartment, it was literally a five minute walk. In a long dress and heels.
At most weddings, after the public ceremony, the couple goes off into a side room and signs the document that actually makes it official. Michelle and Nick made it part of the ceremony, which seems so logical you begin to wonder why it’s done any other way.
Yes, we did a few requisite family photos and all of that. The only posed pictures of the day.
Reviewing their speeches and toasts to the guests.