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Kacee + Ken | Fruita Colorado Wedding and Colorado National Monument

When the Groom slaves away to make and prepare all the meat for the wedding, the Bride works at Hobby Lobby, and her mom works for one of the best bakers in town, you know that the everything for the wedding is going to be perfection! And it was! From the fresh greens to toss to the table centerpieces and the signed Jenga pieces, everything was beautifully designed by the bride to make her day picture perfect. She brought a special touch to every detail from vintage glass finds to the tiny "Tears of Joy" tissue boxes to the engraved penny on her bouquet, and everything was perfectly personalized for their day.

Kacee and Ken were not about to COVID crash their wedding, so they moved from their original church venue to a beautiful backyard spot located in Fruita, Colorado. The new location meant their guests could come and spread around outdoors while still celebrating the couple and their union.

The day was sunny and hot, the skies were blue, and the couple was glowing as they walked down the aisle. Kacee's poor father broke his foot right before the wedding, so he had just a little extra help to walk his daughter down the grassy aisle. The couple exchanged sweet vows before the crowd and officially became Mr. and Mrs!

Afterward, they were toasted with speeches and the most delicious cake and cupcakes from the Baker's Boutique. The sweets got everyone in a party mood, and the dancing broke out on the large lawn.

It was no surprise that Kacee's maid of honor was her best friend Haley and "twin from another mother," since everyone at school always thought the two were sisters. The two had the best time lip syncing to boy bands, dancing, and laughing uncontrollably with the joy of the day.

Once the bride and groom had their share of dancing, they took a short drive to the Colorado National Monument to take a few deep breaths and let the day sink in. The clouds rolled in, the air cleared, and they were truly able to enjoy the reality of being husband and wife. They sneaked a few kisses, a lot of cuddles, and as we were just about done, the most amazing double rainbow appeared out of nowhere as an extra special surprise. If that doesn't mean good luck for the couple, I am not sure what does! Not that they will need luck, their marriage will be as strong and as lasting as their love for each other. They will see each other through it all over a lifetime of love and happiness. Congratulations Kacee and Ken, so happy for you!

Venue | Private Property & Colorado National Monument

Gown | David's Bridal

Hair | By the Bride

Food | By the Groom

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