Sandy and Tim would have never met if it wasn't for an "old-fashioned setup," as Sandy puts it. Sandy had been working with a personal trainer for almost a year, Frank, when he told her he really thought she should meet another one of his clients. Frank was hesitant at first to set up two of his clients as this was something he had never done before, but he just had a feeling that Tim and Sandy would really hit it off. The duo met at the rooftop bar at Andaluz and they both really felt a connection. After several months of dating, Tim took Sandy fly fishing in Rio Costilla and this is where they both knew they were in love.
The couple incorporated that time together fly fishing into their wedding by having the tables be different rivers Tim had fished on. The head table of course being named Rio Costilla. Sandy's daughter Grace was the flower girl, and looked simply adorable in her lavender flower crown, wearing a bracelet of bells passed down from her great grandmother. The ceremony took place on Los Poblanos beautiful east lawn as the couple stood under an arbor of aspens and lush greenery with Frank officiating. While everyone attending was invited to enjoy cocktail hour, two very special guests were present for the signing of the marriage license as Tim and Sandy made it official.
Once the party began, the dance floor remained full as everyone partied the night away with Vanilla Pop, a hilariously great cover band.
We wish Tim and Sandy the very best and we were so honored to get to be a part of capturing their beautiful love story.
Venue: Los Poblanos Historic Inn and Farm
Planner/Designer: Orange September
Hair and Makeup: Jewel HD
Shoes: Badgley Mischka
Dress store Lillian Lottie
Dress Designer: Maggie Sotero
Tuxes/Suits: Bert & Jess Clothiers
Cake/Desserts: Los Poblanos
Entertainment: Giovanni String Quartet and Vanilla Pop
Photography: Maura Jane Photography