Vintage Grey and Yellow Wedding

The D & F Clock Tower is one of Denver’s oldest and most iconic buildings located in the heart of downtown.
… it’s also one of the most gorgeous wedding venues.

I mean, how romantic is it to be married inside a historic clock tower?

Caitlin and Jeb met way back in elementary school. After years of not seeing one another and living in different countries, the two reconnected and began dating. Jeb proposed in the same spot downtown where the couple shared their first kiss exactly one year prior. {Oh, and he had her adorable dog, Moose, deliver her engagement ring. Love it!}

From the bride: Jeb and I are no means a ‘regular’ couple. We have very unique and eclectic tastes … We wanted our wedding to really be a reflection of our personalities and make everyone feel like they were a part of a memorable party.

The [clock tower] venue has 5 stories. The first floor was the guest book welcome area with a few tables and a sectioned off area for the caterers to prepare the tapas. The second floor was surrounded by the actual clock face where the ceremony took place, then converted to a dance floor and photo booth. The next floor (19th) had food stations, and the 20th floor had the open bar and more food. The top story had the dessert and lounge area surrounding a circular staircase that went all the up to the Bell Tower.

We wanted a really laid-back and welcoming wedding where we had lots of time to be one-on-one with all our guests. We had a tapas-style dinner … and everyone simply walked around talking and tasting lots of food.

Congratulations to the stunning couple!

{seriously, how much do you love this photo?!}
Photography: Brinton Studios
Cake: Das Meyer
Dress: Felice Bridal {straps added by bride}
Planner/Flowers Love This Day Events, Kara Delay
{images via Brinton Studios}