Spring Wedding at Greenbriar Inn
We started out this year’s Pride Month with Leigh and Sam’s gorgeous spring wedding at the Greenbriar Inn, and it couldn’t have been a more beautiful celebration.
There’s no way for me to encapsulate this couple’s amazingness better than one of their attendants did during his toast. Matthew grew up in a place that wasn’t very welcoming to the LGBTQ+ community. Surrounded only by examples of straight couples, he never dreamed that the kind of loving, affectionate, passionate relationships he saw in romcoms were accessible to him. But then he found himself in Leigh and Sam’s orbit.
He spoke of how watching them meet, get to know each other, and eventually fall in love gave him the kind of hope he needed in his life. After his toast, there was not a single dry eye in the room, ours included.
This toast was the reminder we all need that while we’re out here living our lives, going through our trials, our triumphs, and even our most uninteresting days – others are taking note and being inspired. We never know how we may touch someone else’s life in a way that truly matters.
Leigh and Sam, we hope you had an incredible time in Santa Fe (and that it wasn’t nearly as hot as it was for us in Texas)!
Don’t skip out on toasts! One of the top things our couples mention really loving on their wedding day is hearing all the ways their closest friends and family love and respect them. We humans rarely speak so candidly to each other in day-to-day life. Embrace the special occasion and revel in all the kind things your community has to say about you!
Venue: Greenbriar Inn
Coordination: Events by Kelsey
Getting ready: Hilton Garden Inn, Boulder
Hair: Jaray for the Slay
Makeup: Beauté by Chloé
DJ: DJ Buddy Bravo
Flowers: Half Moon Farms
Wedding Bands: Night and Morning
Makeup: Angelica Glo Beauty (and Chloe)
Dress: Studio Levana
Suit: Sharpe Suiting
I can’t believe we still have to say this in the year 2022, but we here at J. La Plante Photo are committed to maintaining a welcoming and safe environment for all people regardless of race, ethnicity, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, immigration status, religion or disability. For more information about what it means to be Open to All, check out this website.