November 21, 2019
Jessica and Bryon are an incredible couple. The two have been together for years and already have a few adorable children. They decided it was time to say I do and make it official. So they included their kiddos in every part of the wedding day. The two decided to do their first look and a few photos at Chautauqua Park in Boulder. We got there at the perfect time because there was a downpour about 15 minutes after we did the first look. The storm passed quickly and we headed to their wedding venue, Indian Peaks Golf Course. This place has such stunning views and areas for photos. The two said I do and everyone was thrilled and ready to celebrate! We took the newlyweds onto the golf course for a few more photos and they came back to dancing and lots of laughter. We asked these cuties a few questions and this is how they responded…
In your words, how did you and Bryon meet?
Bry and I met when we were really young. Bry’s sister Kara was a friend of mine growing up. We were never really interested in one another until college when we reconnected through mutual friends. He asked me out on our first date and we’ve been inseparable ever since.
How did the Bryon propose
It was Christmas Day 2017 and Bry, Logan, and Jack told me there was one last gift, but I had to close my eyes and wait for them to get ready. They had me open my eyes and Logan and Jack were holding signs that said “Merry” “Christmas” and then they both turned them over and they said “Marry” “Daddy” and Bry got down on one knee and asked me to be his wife. It couldn’t have been more perfect.
What was your favorite moment of your wedding day?
I’m not sure I can narrow down my favorite moment. I cherished every moment of the wedding! I would say either the First Look or the photo session we did with Casey by the pond on the golf course. They were two very special, intimate moments that Bry and I will remember forever. Not to mention the pictures were fantastic!
Were there any funny moments to be remembered forever about your day? Where there any mishaps?
There were lots of funny moments. I would say one of the funniest was when my family choreographed a dance for us. If there were mishaps, I certainly don’t remember them! Which is a very good thing.
Do you have any advice for a future bride to be/or groom before their wedding?
Smile! Enjoy every moment! Relax and let go of the things you can’t control.
Venue: Indian Peaks Golf Course-Tess Murdock
Wedding Planner: Muse Events-Danielle Ranney
Florist: Lafayette Florist