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Spruce Mountain Ranch | From Cattle Ranch to Wedding Venue

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Once a part of the thousands of acres belonging to "Ben Lomand Ranch", Spruce Mountain Ranch has come a long way from its days of raising cattle and growing oats, millet, and hay! Since the 1870's this piece of land has changed ownership multiple times until Tom and Lois Ames bought the property in 1999, serving as Spruce Mountain Ranch's current owners. Uniqueness of Spruce Mountain Ranch If you've ever been further south in Colorado, outside of the massive city and suburb hub in the middle of the state, you might have stumbled upon the little town of Larkspur. Nestled between Castlerock and Monument, the town boasts a small population (three digits at most), but a ton of beautiful views. For

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Día de los Muertos | Day of the Dead Styled Wedding at The Hangar at Stanley

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It's one week away from Día de los Muertos! What are we doing to prepare for the holiday you might ask? Reminiscing on one of our favorite styled shoots, the Day of the Dead shoot, to be specific! This Day of the Dead Styled wedding was so much fun and full of vibrant colors, plus it just happened to be in our beloved Hangar at the Stanley Marketplace! 

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Grant-Humphreys Mansion Wedding | Event Photography | Denver, CO | From The Hip Photo
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Gettin’ Lucky At The Mansion | A Fun & Funky Wedding Show

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Thanks to Courtney, an expert planner at The Day Of, we were able to participate in a crazy-awesome wedding show at the Grant-Humphreys Mansion in Denver, Colorado. She thoughtfully assembled what she referred to as "the tribe," a gaggle of unique, vendors from across the Denver metro area. There was even a Grant-Humphreys Mansion wedding as part of the festivities! (Sorta.) The mansion itself is extremely beautiful and full of charm! Having been built in 1904, there is so much Colorado history behind it. The coolest fact, however, is that the second owners of the mansion, A.E. Humphreys, had two sons that were very taken with airplanes. So taken, that they opened Denver's first commercial airport, which is now the site

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