Tony and Elizabeth met in Portland after college. Even though they met in Oregon, they both hail from Colorado. They moved back to their beloved home state soon after they started dating. Elizabeth and Tony both have incredibly meaningful careers. She is an elementary teacher in the Boulder area and he is a firefighter in Summit County. You can imagine how hard it was for Tony to get away during fire season! Tony's family are long time residents of the Vail Valley, which made this wedding really special for everyone involved. I have to say that this wedding was one of my favorites of all time, the sheer madness of the choreographed dances was a riot! The toasts were incredibly funny, but did not leave a dry eye in the house. The Irish ballad sung by her close friends was beautiful and unique. The extended family was requested for a portrait outside, to which they replied, "Sorry, no alcohol beyond this point." Which lead to one of my favorite extended family portraits ever, see below. These are the pictures that tell the story of Tony and Elizabeth's day. Please leave the bride and groom some love in the comments!
Photography | EJ Dilley Photography 2nd Shooter | Eileen Broderick Photography Ceremony Venue | Beaver Creek Chapel Reception Venue | Donovan Pavilion Officiant | Rev. Msgr. Kenneth Leone Carter | Tracey Van Curan, Foods of Vail DJ | Dylan Junkermeier, DJ Daboco Flowers | Signe Jones, Petals and Pours Cake | Maria Locricchio Hair | Rebecca Lancaster Dress Designer | Sincerity Bridal Bridal Details | Amanda’s Bridal Tuxedos | Men’s Wearhouse