Last week I was hired to shoot 10th anniversary at the Blanc Venue in Denver. The location is perfect for a wedding or anniversary ceremonies as it is located right in the heart of the Mile-High City, a couple miles north of the Ballpark neighborhood. Mr. and Mrs. Walker are a beautiful young couple (mid 30’s) who arranged quite the spectacle for their 10th year wedding anniversary. They hired Calluna Events to get everything set up, and as you probably already know – if you want an amazing celebration experience, Calluna Events is your go-to planning service. They take care of everything, leaving you with the pleasure of enjoying a beautiful day out with your friends and family. And that’s pretty much what they did for the Walkers.
Blanc is a state-of-the-art venue. As I already mentioned in the introductory paragraph, its great location makes it perfect for all sorts of family celebrations, making it the most popular place in Denver. Combine the venue with the sheer professionalism of Calluna Events’ staff and you are bound to experience nothing but a brilliant organization of a 10 year wedding anniversary. With 3 waiters casually strolling around the guests and filling up their glasses, live musicians entertaining for the better part of the evening… everything was just spectacular. The icing on the cake was me and my beautiful drone, sir Fliesalot. Together, we managed to get some BEAUTIFUL aerial shots that everyone loved. As soon as I emailed them the shots, they started praising me for the quality of my work. Needless to say, I was already blushing at this point and petting my dearest drone like it was a living being. The party lasted way into the night, but unfortunately my last flight was living 15 minutes past midnight so I couldn’t stay longer. They did, in fact, offered me to stay the night in their home, but I could not accept their generous offer. All in all, it was yet another wonderful experience in Denver. Plus, on the way to the airport, I stopped by a dispensary to get medicated… if you know what I mean! 🙂