Janelle & Tommy {Part I}

Janelle and Tommy had a simple and exquisite wedding in Boulder. The ceremony was at the Flag Staff Amphitheater and the reception took place at the AMAZING and historic Boulderado Hotel. I love everything about this wedding… its simplicity, its vintage-classy feel and the realness and warmth of everyone involved, including the amazing Dalmatians.

I love every single corner of the Bolderado Hotel. Its classic architecture depicts a Victorian elegance that is hard to find anywhere else in Boulder, and the rooms are furnished with original antique furniture that provided the perfect backdrop for our first set of images with Janelle.  The Hotel opened its doors in 1908 and its original Otis elevator is still in operation !. Here are some beautiful details I captured just for fun ! 🙂

Janelle wore one of the most delicate gowns I’ve ever seen. The sleeves (if you can call them like that) are very delicate lace and of vintage style. The skirt is empire waist with a cascade of beautiful lace and crystal beading. Very romantic and vintage!

I love how the light in this pictures bathes the lace and it gives it such a timeless look…

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2 Responses to Janelle & Tommy {Part I}

  1. Diane Puma says:

    Oh so gorgeous! LOVE them all! I know Tommy and Janelle will be so happy!

  2. Shirley Stover says:

    Oh, yes! These are truly lovely pictures of the bride, her dress, shoes, flowers, the amazing hotel, etc! Can’t wait to see the restl It was a very memorable affair and the bride and groom were so obviously in love! Shirley

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