A celebration of love many years in the making!
Like many of us, Jill and Andrew had a crazy 2020. After getting engaged in January 2020 after knowing each other for over 20 years, they planned their dream wedding in only four short months. An impressive feat! Unfortunately as time grew closer to their originally planned date, COVID had other plans. They had to cancel their large celebration. Instead, they planned a safe, twelve person, socially distanced ceremony. A few weeks later, they officially tied the knot in front of their very closest family and friends, with others watching over Zoom.
After a long two years of waiting, they finally were able to have a larger celebration with their family and friends! Hosted in the groom’s parent’s Littleton backyard, their wedding day radiated anticipation, joy and excitement. Following an incredibly personal ceremony lead by their shared mentor, friend and pastor the couple shared a beautiful first dance on the porch surrounded by their loved ones. Above the guests throughout their ceremony tent were quilt triangles. Soon, those triangles are going to become a wedding quilt, sewed by the bride’s aunt. A truly special memory for generations to come!
In the tent across from their ceremony tent, delicious smells of Frank’s BBQ and homemade macaroons wafted around. They had the most amazing spread of food and desserts for their guests. Be sure to check out those photos below. It was a wonderful celebration, and I’m honored I was able to photograph their Littleton backyard wedding.
Are you planning a backyard wedding in Littleton or beyond? This one will definitely serve as inspiration! Thank you for letting me be a part of your long-awaited day, Jill and Andrew. There’s a reason I love being a wedding photographer in Littleton, and this celebration is a great example. Cheers to an incredible marriage!
Looking for more wedding inspiration? Check out Emily and Joey’s romantic celebration at The Wellshire Inn in Denver here.