Happy Hump Day everyone! I thought I would make your Wednesday just a little bit better by sharing this adorable country wedding with you! You probably recognize this couple from their Denver County Fair engagement session. Luke and Jacqueline got married in their home town of Pueblo, CO. The ceremony took place in a Hayfield in Beulah and the reception was at the historic Pueblo Union Depot train station. I laughed so hard because the invitation said “Hayfield” like it was a known place (and I’m sure to the people in Beulah and Pueblo it was) but I had to ask Jacque where exactly this “Hayfield” was. Once we arrived, it proved to be quite beautiful with a spectacular view of the mountains and changing golden trees everywhere you looked. Guests, dressed mostly in boots and cowboy hats, made themselves comfy on a hay bale or rocking chair and watched the couple say their vows in front of a custom made alter and a panoramic view like no other. After “I Do” Luke and Jacque did a little dance down the aisle to “Forever” by Andrew Garcia. The reception followed where guests ate and danced the night away toasting the bride and groom!
To see more photos from the Wedding check out the Slideshow!
Oh hello Christian Louboutins!
Luke and Jacque are OBSESSED with Harry Potter (maybe even more than me and that is saying something!), so as a surprise for Luke, Jacque made one of the Harry Potter books into a place to hold the rings. When the ring bearer brought this up during the ceremony the look on Luke’s face was priceless!
Guests arriving pre-ceremony…
Once we arrived at the Union Depot we could’t resist taking some more photos. Here are some beautiful shots by Christina.
The wedding cake and the Groom’s cake. Luke is a Steeler’s fan, but we won’t hold it against him. 🙂
They really went at it when feeding each other the cake!
A Dessert Table complete with homemade pies, carmel corn, cake pops, carmel covered apples and the best donuts I have ever tasted!