When shooting a Denver wedding video, there are so many amazing venues, sites, and sounds. But the marriage between Kelsey and Nick at the unique Moss Denver was fun for all and a beautiful day of celebration.
Nick…Meet Kelsey, Kelsey…Meet Nick
Kelsey and Nick met on the first day of classes at the University of Colorado in Boulder. Kelsey had her seat picked out in history class. Then came in a boy with beach-blonde hair tips and a puka shell necklace. Nick found his way to the place next to Kelsey. As class ended, Nick asked Kelsey for her number and after five minutes, sent her a text to make sure that she gave him the right number. He asked Kelsey out for burgers. She said yes, and the rest is history. Kelsey is happy to report the beach-blonde hair tips and the puka shell necklace are also in the past.
After eight years of dating, Kelsey was living in NYC and Nick was stationed at Fort Carson in Colorado Springs. Nick had planned to fly out to New York to visit Kelsey one last time before his deployment to Afghanistan. They enjoyed a nice dinner near Central Park and had planned to walk through the park after dinner. Nick was prepared to propose and had her family hiding away.
Kelsey threw a wrench in the plans when she informed Nick she no longer wanted to walk through Central Park because of how dark it was getting. A restaurant with no cell service forced Nick to do some quick thinking and sneak out to call Kelsey’s family and inform them of the changes of plans.
On the walk home, Kelsey and Nick passed the fountain at the Lincoln Center and Nick’s “plan B” was in motion. Kelsey started to take some selfies by the fountain and when she turned around, Nick was down on one knee. With the screams of excitement, Kelsey surprised a nearby police officer, who thought there was a problem. But Kelsey’s family came out of their hiding spot to help diffuse the situation and give their congratulations.
An Art District Wedding
Kelsey and Nick exchanged their “I do’s” in the Santa Fe Art District of Denver, Colorado. The exposed rafters and factory style windows created a warm, urban feel to the wedding and welcomed guests from all over.
For Nick and Kelsey, the best moment of the day was being surrounded by their loved ones who came from all over the United States to celebrate their union. There was one element of the wedding that received a lot more attention than others—the food. Kelsey and Nick didn’t want their guests having the typical wedding meal. Instead, they opted for unique food stations including mac n’ cheese, create your own tacos, and steak and potatoes. Kelsey even surprised Nick with an ice cream station for dessert.
How Was Having Adam Create Your Denver Wedding Video?
When asked what it was like working with Aflatis, Kelsey said, “I had found Adam online and fell in love with his work. I reached out to him and he ended up being booked for my day, but was going to have one of his other videographers shoot it. I was just happy they could do it! Turns out, he showed up on my wedding day and I couldn’t have been happier! He was so personable and we got along great. It was fun to hang out with them all day. I would absolutely recommend him to anyone else! Not only does he do beautiful work, he’s also a cool guy!”
Venue: Moss Denver
Caterer & Cake: Footers Catering
Drinks: Peak Beverage
Florist: Project Floral
Decor and Furniture: Eclectic Hive
DJ: TH Entertainment
Hair: Stacy Fleming at Pure Salon
Makeup: Catherine Egle at Pure Salon
Wedding Day Attire:
Monique Luillier – Wedding Dress
Stewart Weitzman – Bride Shoes
Suit Supply – Groom’s Tux
Photographer: Kerinsa Marie Photography
Videographer: Aflatis Films
Wedding Coordinator: Brindle & Oak