Judson Time For Fall
Marinda and Samuel leaned into the fall season with their decor and festivities. Lawn games and live music, pumpkins and pies, this wedding was equally as beautiful as it was memorable.
Marinda had a relaxing morning with her bridesmaids, showing off her custom Chacos that had her engagement and wedding dates stitched into the heel strap. Meanwhile, Samuel took it easy with his groomsmen in the theater, waiting for his first look prank on Marinda.
Fall time is one of the most magical seasons in Colorado due to the changing aspens. Marinda and Samuel’s wedding day was a perfect example with vividly colored bouquets popping against the newly yellowing leaves.
A wedding day can go by in a blur, and these two were taking their time to soak up the beautiful day they’d spent months planning. They took care of most of their photos before the ceremony so they were able to join cocktail hour. They mingled with their guests, played a little cornhole, and warmed up at the fire pits while live music rang out from the cocktail deck.
Everyone eventually moved inside for dinner where each table was labeled with a handmade centerpiece named after National Parks in the US. At each seat was a jar of locally sourced honey and all kids received a coloring book to keep busy. Sugar Pine catering provided a beautiful vegetarian buffet featuring Mexican and Asian cuisines. Pies were also locally sourced from Estes Park’s own You Need Pie.
Sarah Goff Photography documented the day wonderfully, but the couple also offered a Google Drive QR code for everyone to upload and share their amateur photography so not a moment was missed!
Congratulations to you both, Marinda and Samuel!