Ellen and Zach were married on a beautiful August day in Denver at the historic Grant-Humphreys Mansion. The mansion was built in 1902 in the Beaux-Arts style.
The ceremony took place on the front steps of the mansion.
Both Zach and Ellen come from musical families. During the ceremony, his mom and her dad performed a very special rendition of In My Life by the Beatles.
Ellen shares, “We chose Grant Humphreys Mansion because we love historic homes and think the mansion is beautiful. Another reason the Grant Humphreys is special to us is that it is in the neighborhood we lived in together for years and also the neighborhood where Zach and his family grew up. The mansion was perfect for our wedding. We really enjoyed having different spaces for different parts of the evening such as the terrace for cocktail hour, dining in the dining room, and dancing in the ballroom downstairs.
Our friends at Little Lula Rose blew us away with the flowers for the wedding. We were hoping for unique, lovely flowers and they certainly delivered.
The band, Diamond Empire, were so talented and so much fun! We absolutely loved the music !
We had such a fun day and evening, everything came together so well. What really made our day so wonderful was having all of our loved ones together to celebrate with us.”
Congratulations Ellen and Zach!
Check out their engagement session at Wash Park.
Special thanks to the team:
Venue: Grant Humphrey’s Mansion
Coordinator: Carson Koinzan
Officiant: Tony Mastricola
Florist: Little Lula Rose for flowers
Favors: Good Bread Bakery
Cake: Spoon Me Bakery
Band: Diamond Empire
Bride’s Dress: BHLDN
Rings: Sarah O. Jewelry