Finding a DJ in Denver has never been easier! DJ Connection has the pleasure of providing quality entertainment for weddings and special events all over the Mile High state. Recently, we were invited to DJ in Denver a beautiful wedding atThe Venue at Crooked Willow Farms in scenic Larkspur, Colorado. We couldn’t have been more impressed with Plum Creek Valley. From their website:
The Venue at Crooked Willow Farms is conveniently located 35 minutes South of Denver and North of Colorado Springs, delivering an exceptional experience one celebration at a time! A Brides suite specifically designed to accommodate all bridal party needs can be found steps from one of the many ceremony locations. A dedicated grooms’ area delivers expected and unexpected amenities! Host your ceremony inside or outside, dance the night away under the market lights and stars in the Courtyard or enjoy the elegance of the Ballroom. Lola’s Loft delivers a rustic elegance, set in the upper level of a 1920’s barn. This is an ideal area for a post reception party or back up ceremony space should there be inclement weather! So many ways to customize your celebration, you design it and Crooked Willow Farms will deliver!
Talented Colorado Wedding Photographers, J. La Plante beautifully captured Kirsten and Mike’s rustic and elegant big day at Crooked Willow Farms. These photos are not to be missed. They captured the laid back and fun atmosphere of the day and highlight the beauty of Crooked Willow Farms. From J. La Plante’s photographer, Moira Kennedy’s, blog post:
Kirsten and Mike put so many personal touches into their wedding day. Ranging from the small (Mike’s ring was inlaid with a portion of the tusk from a boar he shot during their very first hunting trip together) to the much larger (Kirsten rode in on a horse and the look in her eye clearly said, “Mike, we’re getting one of these very soon.”), everything at the wedding had a reason behind it. Some even looked to the future while paying homage to the past (Kirsten’s bouquet included a brooch from her grandmother and was made with the intention of passing it down through generations, with each generation adding their own brooch).