Erin & Marion {Part 1}

Erin and Marion got married on May 26th during a windy but sunny and beautiful Spring day. The ceremony took place at The Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church, and the reception was held at The Denver Museum of Nature and Science. I particularly LOVE this place not only because I love science so much but also because of the wonderful design of the building and its location. It is located by  beautiful City Park and the view from the west terrace is probably the best view of downtown in the whole Denver. Unfortunately that day was very hazy and we couldn’t see the mountains or many of the buildings, but we still managed to create the best possible images with them at City Park! These set of the images document the first part of the wedding…

I love all the beautiful details from Erin’s wedding and the colors she chose were so vibrant. Notice the bridesmaids’ shoes, they were so flowery and fun! The golden necklace you see in one of the images was the necklace Marion gave Erin during the ceremony, it’s called a Thaali, and in the Sri Lankan tradition it’s considered “the most revered token of love and respect offered to the bride during the marriage ceremony. And the cute black and white picture is a picture of Marion when he was a boy, that was Erin’s “something borrowed”… so cute!

The rosary Erin used around her bouquet belonged to her deceased grandmother and it was her “something old”.
Here comes the bride! I think Erin is stunning and she and her dad look so happy in this picture…

All images © Karina Heneghan Photographics. Many thanks to Rayna McGinnis for second shooting this wedding with me 🙂

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One Response to Erin & Marion {Part 1}

  1. You are very, very welcome! I had a great time!!

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