Sometimes it seems no matter how much planning into all those amazing details there’s always something you don’t have control over that comes up on a wedding day, in this case that was mother nature.
The strong storms this summer has required some last minute changes for a lot of outdoor weddings this year in Colorado and Lauren and Tyler’s is one of many on that list. While it seemed it might hold off a while just before ceremony time it started raining in proverbial buckets.
This was the first time I’d been at Dunafon Castle when they had to switch over to the rain plans and within minutes the staff had the area under the tent cleared of tables and chairs setup in there. It was a big wedding so it would be standing room only, but that didn’t stop anybody from enjoying the beautiful ceremony.
Fortunately as is the case with many Colorado storms it did blow over no long after and there was still time for some amazing photography work out on the grounds as well as a wonderful party.
I often feel it’s how people deal with the bumps in the road that is a true sense of character, and the way Lauren and Tyler flew past this “bump” tells me they’ll do great at working through and getting over other bumps further down the road.
As always if it wasn’t for the other wonderful vendors working on the wedding I wouldn’t have these amazing details to photograph so here’s some of the amazing vendors that made this day possible.
Venue: Dunafon Castle
Flowers: Statice Floral Design
Bagpipes: Steve Emerson from Centennial State Pips and Drums
Catering and Tables: Karen from The Food Guy handled this amazing setup
Cake: Masterpiece Cakeshop clearly lived up to their name on this design – just beautiful.
DJ: A Great Time DJ