I should have guessed that Luke and Ana’s wedding would be punctuated with the love of their families. They came to me at the referral of Luke’s mother, who is an avid follower of JMGant Photograhy on Instagram. Like a trusted friend, they took her advice and met with me months back to discuss their wedding plans. And what a wedding it was!
Spruce Mountain Ranch was a spectacular backdrop for their summer wedding, beautiful scenery any direction you looked. And with every step—from first look to walking down the aisle to dancing the night way—Luke and Ana, along with their friends and family, proved to be even more beautiful and spectacular than the scenery.
Wedding Planner - A design Resource (Jessica Montoya)
Photography - JMGant Photography
Caterer- Buffalo Gals Grilling CO
Florist - A Design Resource (Janelle Delescinskis)
Band - The Fever
Venue - Spruce Mountain Ranch
Ana and I met at the age of 19 while both working at a local coffee shop: Dazbog. Ana and her sister were already working at Dazbog when I applied - I wanted a job at a coffee shop so I could meet girls, and so I brought my resume in when I saw they were hiring. I was interviewed on the spot by the owner of the coffee shop: Dave Cantor (will be in attendance at the wedding). Although I took pride in my interviewing skills and tried my best to be engaged in the interview, I found myself distracted by the beautiful barista at the front counter (this was Ana). After receiving a job offer, and working for a few months, I was eventually paired with Ana on the opening morning shift. I was completely infatuated with her. She was beautiful, but also incredibly intelligent, witty, and exuberant. For months, I was unsuccessful in my attempts at taking her on a date. We became close friends rather quickly, and eventually she gave me a chance at a date. 6 years later - I asked her to marry me. I am as infatuated with her now as I was when we first opened the coffee shop together.