When I think about Alexandra and Tom’s relationship, the first thing that comes to my mind is simple.
They go together like peanut butter and jelly.
Now, maybe it’s my pregnancy appetite talking, but these two really are just like the classic PB&J.
Before I ever met Tom, I met Alexandra for coffee, and we chatted and laughed for hours, about anything and everything. The joy that radiates from her is contagious.
Then, when I met Tom, the two of them made perfect sense. His compassion and sense of humor was obvious right away.
Apart, they’re good. Together, they’re fantastic.
Like peanut butter and jelly.
Alexandra & Tom’s Wedgewood Wedding at Boulder Creek was so fitting for them. The day was full of laughter, full of joy, and full of friends and family. The day was made even more intimate with the fresh snow on the ground and cozy feel of their winter Colorado wedding.
Below are some of my favorites from their Wedgewood wedding. Be sure to leave a comment at the bottom! 25 comments gets this awesome couple a free 11×14 print of their favorite image!
I love the look on Alexandra’s mom’s face as she helps get her daughter into her dress.
First look time! Alexandra and Tom had the sweetest first look which not only gave them some time alone before the ceremony, but gave us plenty of time with the early-setting winter sun for portraits.
It was too cold for an outside ceremony under the arch, but I loved using it for their first look location!
My incredible second shooter, Briony, captured this shot while the couple was looking towards my camera for portraits. I just love having amazing second shooters and their incredible, creative images.
How perfect is this blanket?!?! Alexandra brought it to keep them warm for portraits, and the pop of color it added was so fitting for a winter wedding.
These two – pros at snuggling.
Such a sweet bridal party – and such troopers for hanging out in the cold with us!
Alexandra and Tom had a Priest and a Rabbi officiate their ceremony to represent both of them, and to include Alexandra’s Jewish heritage, they signed the Ketubah before their ceremony. In a room with just their officiants, their fathers, and their witnesses, they committed to each other and signed the symbolic document. It was a time of peacefulness, commitment, and love just before their ceremony with all of their guests.
I’ve seen Alexandra and Tom smile a thousand times since I met them both, but the smile they both had after being pronounced “Husband & Wife” was by far the best one.
After the ceremony, we took a few minutes for outdoor pictures.
Favorite. It’s just so….cozy.
Simplistic, clean, and classy details. Perfect for the winter day.
Let the dancing begin!
Ending the night with a grand exit!
Tom & Alexandra – I wish you nothing but the absolute best as you continue your lives together! It is an absolute honor to have been a part of your day!
Leave these two some love below – if they get to 25 comments here on the blog, they will get a free 11×14 print of their favorite image!
Huge thank you to the fabulous vendors that made their day possible:
Flowers | Reale Events
Alexandra’s Dress | Amanda’s Bridal, David Tuterra
Tom’s Suit | Men’s Warehouse
Hair & Makeup | Laci Dreiling
Cheesecake | Indulge Bakery
Wedding Cake | Sharmane’s Bakery
DJ | DJ Maestro