Photojennette Photography » Wedding Photography from Denver + Colorado, Austin + Texas & Destinations worldwide

Photographing weddings brings oodles of diversity into my life. “Don’t they all start to look the same after a while?,” quickly follows in conversation when someone learns of my profession. Nope. Rarely ever. Sure, there are parts of a wedding day that are routine, since it is usually a day of ceremony and celebration. And the adrenaline rush for me as a wedding photographer has sort of a pattern to it, I suppose. But I can sincerely say that no two weddings have ever felt the same.

I can also testify that, though I could probably tell you memories from every wedding I’ve documented over 10 years, there are weddings that will forever stand out in my mind; each for different reasons, of course.  Amy Beth and Drennen’s Sanctuary wedding day fits that outstanding category for me.  Their wedding was a balance of black tie elegance and mountain shin dig, conveyed flawlessly by the talented ladies of the Colorado Wedding CompanyAmy Beth was so kind and lovely; Drennen was dapper and completely smitten for his bride – that alone may be what will forever stand out to me.  Just the way he beamed around her put a lump in my throat many a time throughout the day.

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  • homecut creative - What a wonderful wedding this was to see!

  • Jamie - Really enjoying your work! Can’t wait to see more and really love the black and white during toasts :)

  • Sarah B - I love this venue! I went to a wedding here years ago and fell for it then but through your camera… its looks very different but still equally attractive

  • Banazpati - I just viewed your detomuncary, and it touched me so much. Your story resonates with me because my parents both came to America from Poland, and it took my mom 20 years to become an American citizen. It breaks my heart that your family has to suffer because of American’s unfair immigration laws. I am a high school English/Journalism teacher, and I will share this story with my senior classes for our social awarness unit. I want to break the stereotypes and biases that the media portrays in the media and show them the raw repercussions of what the unfair immigration system has done to innocent families like yours. I will pray that your family is reunited and happy once again. No one deserves to live like that, especially not in America.

Elegant.  Sophisticated.  Understated. Classic.  Just a few words that came to mind behind my camera while photographing Anne & Edward’s wedding day.  The architecture and simplicity of Good Shepherd Church in Cherry Creek is a photographer’s dream and is always at the top of my list when clients ask for church ideas in Denver.  Pair the ceremony setting with a Denver Country Club reception (another favorite of mine) and you have one happy camera lady.

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I’m always grateful to connect with wonderful couples from across the map, and I feel especially lucky to know Lisa and Chad.  They call Denver home (click here to view their Denver engagement session from a while back) and were married at Stonehouse Villa, outside of Austin – where Lisa is from.  These two celebrated a […]

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Carly and Russell are newly engaged, and fairly new parents as well – to their sweet Lab pup, Ellie.  Most people know that dogs are pretty huge in my book, so when these two wanted to bring Ellie along for their engagement session at Red Rocks Amphitheater, I was kind of giddy about the idea. […]

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  • Kaina - posted on Dec 23, 2012 at 9:17 AM naturally like your web site but you have to test the splileng on quite a few of your posts. A number of them are rife with splileng issues and I find it very bothersome to tell the reality on the other hand I’ll certainly come again again.

Wedding season is in full swing and I am one grateful, busy photographer.  I’ve been dotting the map already this year, meeting and photographing couples around Colorado and Texas – always in awe of the ideas and details that clever brides and grooms incorporate into their wedding day.  I love crafty brides.  Especially when a crafty bride is as sweet and classic as Adriene.  Martin is one lucky fella, and he couldn’t stop complimenting his bride on all the creativity and elbow grease she put into their wedding day details.  Their story is a bit of a North meets South, with Adriene’s Canadian family and Martin’s Mississippi kin celebrating their day together. I got a kick out of the variety of accents that bounced off the walls of Denver’s Glenmoor Country Club all evening.

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  • Emily Carter - Were these aggies getting married in Colorado! GIGEM! Love these photos