The Art of Love
The wedding began as a traditional all white Catholic ceremony at The Holy Ghost Church. The evening transformed into a contemporary, stylized, artful reception with dining, dancing, and extraordinary pieces of art at The Denver Art Museum.
White silk rose petals covered the 75-foot long aisle runner, which laid beautifully between watered filled glass columns with floating candles. The custom designed boxed invitation introduced the bold color scheme of black, white, electric blue, and touches of fuchsia that carried thru out the event. The stunning bride made a grand entrance with a strapless Vera Wang couture gown embellished with overlays of lavish silk in a circular pattern.
After the ceremony the guests preceded to The Denver Art Museum where they enjoyed artfully passed appetizers and elegant cocktails. The guests were lead by three horns man thru the museum to Ponti Hall where they were greeted by a candle lit staircase to a room engulfed in billowing white fabric walls and ceiling washed by electric blue lighting. Spot lit centerpieces with cascading white phalaeonopsis orchids in towering glass vases were a top a square lucite box glowing with electric blue lighting.
Guests painted a “signature” swash on a large canvas guided by a local artist for the couple to have as a remembrance of their artistic wedding...“The Art of Love”.
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