LANZ Photography

Elizabeth and Mark’s wedding was an earnest and heartfelt celebration of their love for one another, their families, and their guests. This couple loves to brunch and loves to have “Sunday Funday” with Mark’s kids, so the decision to host their wedding on a Sunday was the perfect combination for them. While we always enjoy a good traditional wedding day, we also love a wedding day that’s a little outside the box as well and is a reflection of the couple.

Many consider Sunday to be a day of relaxation, so Elizabeth and Mark opted for a late morning ceremony followed by a comforting brunch, hosted cocktail bar with mimosas, a dessert bar featuring assorted donuts, brownies, and cookies, and Rock-n-Roll Bingo in place of dancing. This setup allowed guests to celebrate Elizabeth and Mark’s marriage, while also still allowing their guests to enjoy their Sunday evening and get ready for the week ahead.

The couple took extra care to ensure the comfort of their guests as the nation still figures out to handle the Coronavirus. Guests were presented with complimentary face masks, hand sanitizer, a personal pen to use to sign the guestbook and later use for Rock-n-Roll Bingo, as well as a color-coded wrist band to identify how comfortable the wearer was with socializing with other guests.

The wedding party consisted of the bride, the groom, and the groom’s two children who became the flower girl and ring bearer. The ceremony was officiated by one of the groom’s brothers and the other brother was in charge of ensuring that all components involved with the live streaming of the event were up and running properly.

Tables were arranged with an aisle down the middle, which meant that the room didn’t need to be “flipped” following the ceremony. Ivory linens with celadon green napkins brightened the space, while simple white floral arrangements and candlelight brought a touch of elegance and warmth.

Elizabeth and Mark’s unconventional wedding was a breath of fresh air. Their dedication to move forward to celebrate their love and marriage is a reflection of the love that they have for one another and a reminder that it’s not the guest count that makes a wedding, rather it’s about being able to surround yourself with loved ones – be it in person or virtually, to celebrate this joyous day.

Many thanks to this amazing couple. You were a joy to work with and we wish you a lifetime of happiness. Cheers to the newlyweds.

* Full vendor credits below. 


Coordination: All Four Seasons Events | Photography: Lanz Photography | Venue: The Rose, Golden, CO | Bridal Ware: Little White Dress Bridal Shop
Baker: Berkeley Donuts | Bar Service: The Rose, Golden, CO | Catering: The Rose, Golden, CO  | DJ: The Rose Sound & Lighting Engineer
Hair & Makeup: Glammed Up Designs | Men’s Ware: Indochino: Denver |  A big thanks to Theresa for all the floral arrangements and to James for officiating

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