Highlands Ranch Mansion Intimate Wedding I Armon + McKenna
Armon and I are, simply put, two people destined to be together. He and I met 9 years ago while both Juniors in high school. He, an athletic jock and myself, a shy, homeschooled conservative girl, both just happening upon a high school football game of schools neither of us attended.
My smile caught his eye almost immediately upon arriving, and soon enough he and his friends were working hard for me and my friends attention. He had a personality that shone brighter than the bright lights and was oh, so smooth!
From that point, he and I kept attending those games in hopes of seeing the other. Week after week, until finally we exchanged numbers, began talking constantly and then started “hanging out” with groups of friends. That September flew by and at the end of October, I set up a Halloween haunted house event in which I made sure he was going to attend!
At the end of that 2008 Halloween night, Armon and I walked through a huge cornfield and got “lost”. It was then he had me alone for the first time and asked me to officially be his “girlfriend”. He then proceeded to ask permission for a kiss.
Since then we have worked through being at the same and then different undergraduate schools, long distance, medical school and all of the craziness life puts in the in between! We always rise above the adversity and grow stronger.
Truly, we are best friends and are beyond ready to take this beautiful step in our relationship.
To be together forever, always.
WHY WE CHOSE JUSTYNA
We went with Justyna Butler Photography due to her unique eye, unhindered creativity and clear communication and professionalism. Her photos are unlike any other photographer I have seen in Colorado, and the images she captures truly highlight the personalities of her subjects. The photos tell the couples love story! She is so easy to work with, is in constant communication and extremely organized. We couldn’t have asked for more for our wedding day.
Venue: Highlands Ranch Mansion
Second shooter: Elizabeth Mae Photography