I watched the forecast for Troy + Jen’s Fall wedding at the Romantic Riversong Inn in Estes Park, Colorado all week hoping it would be wrong, and the rain would hold off. In true Colorado fashion, it didn’t and even threatened a little snow, so the ceremony was moved off the banks of the Big Thompson to the cozy living room of the Inn.

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I met Troy, the groom, as he brewed tea for Jen’s grandmother, and his servant heart quickly became evident. He had a moment for everyone, a kind word, and a smile, and made you feel instantly comfortable – all things I’m sure attracted Jen to him.

With Troy acting as host to his guests in the Inn, I went off to find Jen in her room. She was nervous, as most brides are, tired of waiting, and so excited to see her love. We caught a few pictures with her family on the covered porch, while lamenting and celebrating. the rain. (Good luck, right?)

Five o’clock arrived, Jen beamed as she walked into the room with her father, and finally got to see Troy. I don’t think either of them stopped smiling as they shared vows, and we snuck away for a few post-ceremony pictures.

The couple was joined by a small group of family and friends sharing cake and champagne following the ceremony. And, all looked forward to a delicious meal and celebration later that evening.

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Troy + Jen,

Thank you for letting me celebrate the start of your marriage with you. Rain and all it was a beautiful day, meaningful ceremony, and wonderful time spent with both of you. May God bless your marriage.