Nathan & Sally Wicker
When Nate & Sally contacted me to photograph their wedding, I didn’t have to think twice.
Nate & I spent six years together at Denver Christian and graduated high school together, so it was a huge honor to be a part of their day.
Every single detail was absolutely beautiful.
One of my biggest weaknesses is crying brides.
(I personally was probably the worst crying bride)
Sally had a few moments reading a letter from Nate and opening his gift.
Little M was such a ham and loved everything about her mommy’s dress.
With a lot of unnecessary stress going on around her, Sally was a total champ up until the last minute.
While Sally dressed their daughter, Nate dressed his son.
I loved later on overhearing family say, “We don’t use the word step-dad, Nate has always been his dad”
Brother and Sister were absolutely adorable together down the aisle.
There’s not much that can compare to a groom’s face when his bride is first revealed.
Family and Nate & Sally’s Daughter look on as they say their vows.
The continued Jewish tradition breaking the glass!
Their wedding party looked amazing.
Before we ventured out for Bride & Groom photos, we got the first “official” family photo
There was no lack of love or beauty going on.
But we were all ready to party.
Another high school friend, Alex Barta and Nate’s sister Becky provided a live version of Elton John for their first dance.
An emotional father daughter dance had us all choked up.
By far the most exciting part of the reception was the Hora.
Thank you Nate & Sally for letting us be a part of your amazing day!