Courtney and Travis had their mountain wedding ceremony and reception in South Fork, Colorado. From Denver, Colorado, this tattooed bride and groom had an outdoor afternoon ceremony and immediately partied hard with their friends and family afterwards. The Denver Food Truck drove up from the city to cater to this eccentric couple. Five tattoo artists and friends and family came in from all over New Mexico and Colorado. The hot pink Til Death sign was perfect décor for this summertime fun.
This bride was one of the calmest brides I’ve ever met. Because of the Covid-19 pandemic, Karen’s wedding ceremony was rescheduled, and then rescheduled again. The venues that she originally chose changed, and changed again. Her guest list went from over 300 to less than 100 guests. Her wedding party was uncertain on attending. The state of New Mexico completely shut down, and then partially opened and shut down again. And Karen handled everything with poise and grace! By wearing masks for most of the ceremony, socially distancing their guests, and minimizing all contact with friends and family, Karen and David were able to experience their 2020 pandemic wedding and it will be one to remember!