Colby + Cheyenne's Wedding Day

Cheyenne and Colby's day was so relaxed and fun. I arrived to the Tinsmith in the morning and got started on details. I had been so excited to get the chance to shoot at the Tinsmith since I attended a wedding there earlier this year. It is a beautiful venue with all of the greenery, art deco vibes, and natural light. Cheyenne made all the stationary herself, so I really wanted to take my time to photograph all of it. Her dress was a soft purple hue, and it looked so lovely surrounded by the greenery. And her stunning black ring matched perfectly with the art deco theme that the Tinsmith has!

First Colby got dressed with the help of his groomsmen. After Cheyenne finished up her make up, she got into her dress, and ready for the first look. After, we stepped out for couple portraits and we were greeted with snowfall. It was absolutely perfect. Next, I worked with the wedding party, and then we did the family portraits in the solarium. And then it was ceremony time! Cheyenne and Colby had a sweet, yet quick ceremony. After vows and rings, they shared a kiss, and it was official!

We finished up a few family photos during cocktail hour, and then everyone mingled and caught up. The couple made an entrance into the reception, and we all sat for dinner. The best man and maid of honor each shared a lovely speech, and then it was time to start dancing. It's always nice when the DJ let's me step behind the DJ booth and invade their space a bit for the first dance because it really saves my poor ears from standing directly in front of a speaker, and it's always such a great angle because I can get the couple with all of the guests behind, watching. Cheyenne and Colby shared their first dance, followed by a really awesome dance between Colby and his mom, and then Cheyenne and her father shared a lovely dance after that. Then it was time to get down! All of the guests filled the dancefloor, and it was so much fun.

This was such a great day. I am so glad Cheyenne and Colby picked me to be a part of it. Congrats to these two!