Black Canyon Inn Boulders Wedding
Well, the 2021 wedding season was a rollercoaster! While we still have a few weddings in the early winter months, the bulk of our 2021 weddings wrapped up with Kinsey and Josh’s Black Canyon Inn Boulders wedding at the end of October. And we could not have asked for a nicer couple to spend a Saturday with!
From the moment we walked in the doors of the Boulders, we were welcomed with warm, southern hospitality. This manifested through multiple offers to help out with whatever we needed to strong
suggestions demands that we help ourselves to the bar offerings. Even better, their kindness was mixed with a healthy dose of irreverence. I’m a sucker for the kind of people who you both want in your corner and want next to you at the bar. Kinsey and Josh are just those people.
But I couldn’t have said it better than Josh, who summed it up perfectly in his vows: the two of them are “similar in the ways that matter, different in the ways that keep things interesting.” After spending a raucous Saturday with the newlyweds and their nearest and dearest, I can say with plenty of confidence that their lives will always be interesting.
Kinsey and Josh, thank you so much for your incredible hospitality! We couldn’t think of a better couple to close out our busy season. Have a drink (or five) for us in Puerto Rico!
Break in your wedding day shoes! If you’re wearing any kind of dress shoes, wear them around the house for a few days, maybe take your dog for a walk in your heels. Stretch them out and build up a few callouses before your wedding day. After all, you don’t want to have to limp down the aisle because you have blisters! Guys, I’m not forgetting about you: scuff up the bottoms of your shoes. Men’s dress shoes are notoriously slippery and we often ask couples to go “off-roading” for epic portraits.
Venue and catering: Black Canyon Inn
Planning and coordination: Eventfull by Cari
Floral: Rocky Mountain Wildflowers