Ann and Jason said “I do” in a beautiful ceremony for their Denver Four Seasons Wedding. The hotel’s panoramic views of the Rocky Mountains and city skyline are set against a modern mix of stone, wood, and glass – creating a stylish and sophisticated affair.
The couple selected a vibrant color palette to complement their own sweetly-spirited relationship. And, much to this photographer’s happiness, the couple took advantage of golden hour to venture to another location for some intimate portraits at the Byron White Courthouse, and Civic Center Park.
The couple met on a dating app and had their first date at a sushi spot near Jason’s apartment. From there, they went to Panzano’s for dinner and finished the night at Howl at the Moon for dancing. It wasn’t long before they knew they were meant to be together!
Jason planned his proposal for a 5-day trip to New York. On the third day, the couple woke up early and got a rental car to drive up to Ann’s mom’s hometown, Roscoe, NY. After settling in at their family members’ house, they headed to Clear Lake, where Ann spent many summers when she was younger. On the dock or Anne’s childhood refuge, Jason got down on one knee and proposed. They celebrated with drinks at a few spots in town, happy hour with family, and then a delicious dinner on their own. The couple continued the celebration as they explored New York for the following few days.
Their love for each other is evident in their shared interests. They enjoy cooking together, hiking, playing volleyball in the park with friends, trying new restaurants, watching sports live (and on TV), traveling, and spending time with their dog. When not venturing into the city or park, Anne and Jason cuddle up on the couch to watch Narcos, Dateline, Stranger Things, Shark Tank, Dark, Modern Family, and Always Sunny in Philadelphia.
Their Denver Four Seasons Wedding was beautiful.