Sophia and Jonathan called us just 3 weeks before their wedding when COVID-19 threw a wrench in their plan and we jumped right in. With a few pivots, additional safety considerations and a reduced guest count, the wedding was full steam ahead and we were so honored to help bring this special day across the finish line!! Surrounded by wildflowers, the couple wed in an intimate and private ceremony surrounded by a small group of intimate family at Lone Hawk Farm. They then transitioned to The St Vrain in Longmont for an outdoor cocktail hour and a delicious dinner by Sugar Pine Catering. The day was filled with intention and meaningful personal touches throughout – namely with family and friends in the mix supporting in the day’s programming.
As we’ve mentioned before, hosting a gathering of any kind is a deeply personal decision that should be made with extreme sensitivity and consideration of your own circumstances. We encourage exercising an abundance of caution with micro weddings and parties during this time, including but not limited to: gathering in small groups, staying outside when possible, social distancing with groups outside of your household or quarantine pod, mask wearing of vendors and/or guests, frequent sanitization and continuous communication with your loved ones to ensure a happy but safe environment.
We are overjoyed to see this beautiful wedding come to life and to play a small role in getting these two married. SO many congratulations to the newlyweds!