Oh, how easy it is to get lost in a sea of white dresses, soft florals, and long veils. This shoot reminds us that a wedding isn’t just her big day; it’s his too. Photog Jarrod Renaud says, The spirit behind this styled shoot is one of camaraderie and a passion for capturing the brotherhood that is celebrated on a groom’s wedding day. It’s dark, rustic, and local, and you know what? We don’t miss the pastels one bit.
The guys traveled from the barber shop to a gift exchange to the post-ceremony celebration with cake, pie, and a whiskey tasting—and took us through the entire thing.
Dark floral ties from Shop Primary encompass both masculinity and romance.
One of the biggest keys of this shoot is we brought in as many local makers and vendors as possible from the Denver area since the community is booming with people following their passions in the creative fields.
Bourbon chocolate pie by Long I Pie.
Photographer: Jarrod Renaud / Second Photographer: Dustin Pace / Videographer: Miller Harveaux / Venue: Blanc Denver / Stylist: Jill Carter / Hair & Makeup: / Florist: Beet and Yarrow / Cake: Intricate Icings / Pie: Long I Pie / Coffee: Boxcar Coffee Roasters / Whiskey Tasting: Leopold Bros / Vintage Glassware: TRI Vintage and Wares / Wood Servers, Sling Shot, Spoons, Ring: Reno Bros / Barber Shop: Ollie’s Barber Shop / Men’s Suits: ASOS / Shoes: Cole Haan / Ties: Shop Primary / Flasks & Jewelry: Sneerwell