From the time she’s old enough to say the word bride, every girl envisions her wedding day. It’s part of our DNA. Sunny’s vision was a quiet celebration after a week-long snowy retreat with her closest friends and family. She planned on skiing and late-night fireside conversations, wine-infused karaoke and great meals. She never planned to be donning a luscious blush-colored Vera Wang gown and looking effortlessly enchanting. In fact, her original vision had her walking down the aisle in everyday clothing. Nor did she suspect their simple little ceremony would be so emotional for herself and Franco, every guest, and their photographers. There could not have been a better way for Jason and I to start our 2012 wedding season.
I felt incredibly warmed and welcomed, as if old friends, by this amazing group of physicians, artists, and professionals. Gina and I often chat about weddings on our drive back to Denver. We were completely overwhelmed by the kindness and generosity of this down-to-earth group of people… and talked about it the entire drive home. We are so grateful for the work we do that allows us to join together with some of the most interesting and wonderful people we could imagine.
Not only did we love them for their kindness and warmth… their officiant (Sunny’s brother) used an iPad for the ceremony, AND Sunny and Franco read their vows from their iPhones. Could two perfect worlds collide in a more beautiful way?
In true form, they loved their images on the iPad.