Wedding Date: May 30, 2014
Venue: The Tapestry House
Caterer: Fiona’s Delicatessen and Catering
Florist: Paul Wood Florist
DJ: Colorado Sound
Bridal Gown: Maggie Sottero
Bridal Store: Dora Grace
Tuxedos: Michael Kors – Al’s Formal Wear
Styling: Janie Rocek
Rings: Tacori – Sather’s
Photographer: Cassie Rosch
Videographer: AdamFusion Films – Adam Bradley
You never know if the person sitting in your class could be your husband…but that is exactly what happened for Mallory. She spotted the cute guy with blonde hair and blue eyes in one of her classes and was immediately hooked. It took Nathan about two years before he took the bate and asked Mallory out on their first date and the rest is now history.
Mallory and Nathan had just rescued their dog and decided that it was time to take her to one of their favorite places: Horsetooth Rock. At the top of the hike, Mallory and Nathan always enjoy a hidden trail that leads them back down and gives them panoramic mountain views. The clearing of trees is a frequent spot for them to take in the scenery and enjoy a picnic and that is exactly what Mallory thought was happening…until Nathan came around, got down on one knee, and pulled out a blue ring box from their hiking backpack. Nathan proposed by asked Mallory if she “would make his best friend and wife the same person”….to which she said “Yes!”…about 15 times! They enjoyed their beautiful hike down with their puppy, called their friends and family, and then enjoyed a night on the down in Old Town Fort Collins.
Since Mallory and Nathan love the mountains so much, they always thought they would get married in the mountains until they found the Tapestry House. The Victorian home provided the perfect balance of beauty and originality that would keep their wedding day classy and intimate. The Tapestry House was the perfect backdrop for Nathan’s grandfather to marry him and Mallory and for guest to be welcomed to Colorado. Mallory and Nathan’s day was marked by Mallory’s sister’s rap, Mallory’s bouquet having flowers from her grandmother’s garden, Mallory’s dance with her dad, sharing their own vows, their first look and lots of rain.
The wedding weekend was full of brewery tours and rafting with friends and family, quiet moments that Mallory and Nathan were able to steal with each other, and dancing the wedding night away.
Shannyn: How was working with Adam?
Mallory: Adam was a delight to work with! Let’s be honest…I wanted a wedding videographer long before I got engaged. I had reached out to Adam to inquire about his services, after crushing on the videos on his website. He was great, but I tried to tell myself that it was a “frill” and that we didn’t need it. Well….two weeks before our wedding, I was already regretting not having our wedding recorded! On a limb, I reached out to Adam and he miraculously was available and willing to work with us. Ten days before the big day, the contract was signed (I don’t recommend couples waiting that long!) Adam was great about communicating with us, was incredibly flexible, and always had a sense of humor. During the day, he was kind and unobtrusive—we honestly forgot he was there at times! When choosing a videographer, it is important that you feel comfortable with that person since they are so close with you on such an important day. We felt great in working with Adam! What a blessing to have amazing footage from the BEST DAY EVER!
I had the privilege of working alongside Cassie Rosch with Cassie Rosch | Photography. Here are a few of her images from the amazing day: