Sarah + Keven :: Denver Comedy Works Wedding Reception

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Sarah & Kevin

Sarah’s big Catholic Family as it reminded me of my own, so the sense of deja vu was strong here. Non-stop dialog between sisters in different points of their lives, punctuated by hard stomach laughter. I could here my own sisters going back n’ forth with a mix of loving compliments and backhanded jabs as if to say, “get with the group!” (not wanting to leave a sister behind). Our Lady of Loretto hosted this midday Mass & Wedding Ceremony and it’s such a humbling experience to photograph there. No camera could take it all in (but I try). If you put your ear up to the computer screen you can here Kevin laughing in these photos (he does that alot).

Denver Comedy Works Wedding Reception | Landmark | Curtis Ballroom

The rooftop at The Landmark Denver Comedy Works is such a cool reception hangout. Uninterrupted skies at dusk make for fun instant photo booth backdrops! Great location too as you’re close to everything (light rail, I-25, I-225). Guests feel special partying in a live performance venue with easy access to the open-air balcony. Most recommended.

Happy Happy

At one of the laughter points in the reception, Kevin made a quick comment to one of his temporarily-single friends that married men were happier. Turns out, he’s right! Michigan State University completed at study with over 1,000 men and determined that long-term benefits to men were significant. Benefits of a well-adjusted, long-term romantic partnership include a better financial picture, longer life, better mental health, greater safety, and (ta-da!) better sex. The current trend is for Americans to wait longer to marry. I wonder — is it due to longer life expectancy or a more-selective choosing process?

Are you planning an Our Lady Of Loretto wedding ceremony or Denver Comedy Works reception? I’d be honored to document it. Please click on my Dad’s camera below to see if I’m available on your day!