He met with her couples group for over a year and a half. On Facetime. He picked up and moved his whole life to Grand Junction. For her. Because when two people are just meant to be, there is nothing that can stand in their way.
I am always in awe of couples who can go the distance, quite literally, and maintain a relationship over incredible distances. Relationships are hard to begin with, and so when I meet a couple who not only made it work, but thrived during their long distance time, I know that they are the stuff of legends.
Cat and Brandon really were no exception. In fact, they are just the opposite – simply exceptional! And their wedding day lived up to that standard. Most definitely!!
From the stunning ballgown Cat picked out, which, by the way had pockets! POCKETS!! To the amazing group of men and women they had surrounding them in their wedding party. Everything was just perfection.
But what really stood out to me were the personal touches. The Batik table runners adorning each table as a nod to Cat’s time in South East Asia. How Brandon’s Step-Father officiated the ceremony and the personal vows that both Cat and Brandon wrote for each other. Every little detail was included because in some way, it represented them.
And that’s what makes my job so fun. I get to document the little, quiet things throughout the day and also, the big moments that Cat and Brandon will remember for the rest of their lives. So Cat and Brandon, I am so, so happy for both of you. I can’t think of a couple that is more perfectly made for each other. I am so excited to see your marriage grow as you do and am so thankful to both of you for the chance to share in your love story.
As always, a huge thank you to everyone who helped to make the day amazing:
Venue – Colorado Wine Country Inn
Dress – David’s Bridal
Hair & Makeup – All About Looks Image & Spa Co
Music – DJ Ryan Grizz
Cake – Cakelady Creations
Photo Booth – The Photo Lab Bar
Officiant – Tony Wilson
Flowers – Hobby Lobby
Stationary – VistaPrint