The Saturday between Christmas and New Years brought clear skies and warmer temperatures, which was a blessing for Anna and Berry’s wedding day. The cheery blue skies matched the demeanor of both the bride and the groom, as well as all their friends and family. Jesse and I couldn’t have asked for a happier group for this amazing Denver wedding!
Anna and Berry are a match made in heaven. They’re both hardworking and diligent, and they go after what they want. But more importantly, they’re both absolutely mad about each other. After spending the morning apart, I don’t think they took their eyes off each other for the rest of the day following the first look. And who can blame Berry? Anna looked like she had stepped straight out of a Disney movie!
Surrounded by their friends and family, Anna and Berry exchanged vows in the sanctuary at Corona Presbyterian Church, which was founded over 100 years ago in a simple family garage. Since then, the church has grown and its best-known congregants were Dwight and Mamie Eisenhower, who attended during their summers spent in Colorado. However, the church also has special meaning to Anna and Berry as it’s the same place where Anna’s parents were married.
Looking around at their reception room, packed with almost 200 people from all over the United States, Anna and Berry’s wedding celebration made it clear that they have so many people who care for them with the same fierce love that they show others in their lives.
Anna and Berry, we are so honored you chose us to be part of your Denver wedding day. We hope you’re having an amazing time in Estes Park and enjoying starting the new year as newlyweds!
Venue: Corona Presbyterian Church
Catering: Rocky Mountain Catering
Wedding gown: Alfred Angelo
Dessert table: Not Your Average Ellie