THE WEDGEWOOD AT TAPESTRY HOUSE

 
 

WEDGEWOOD AT TAPESTRY HOUSE WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHERS

It's been the crown jewel of Northern Colorado event venues since it opened in 2004. We know, as we were there the first year and have watched its reputation grow across 3 states. Couples come from Wyoming, Nebraska, and all across Colorado to love and laugh at this unique "painted lady." 

The old Hawkeye Ranch barn was built in 1880 and houses The Wedgewood offices today. In the 1990s, the original home Eli Asbury built was rebuilt in a Victorian Queen Anne style (called "painted ladies" back in the day) — using reclaimed stones and timber from the original barn house. Today's reception building was originally a 6-stall garage for tractors, pick-ups and cars to maintain the farm — which at one time covered 395 acres.  

Tapestry House's appeal is instant and profound to many. In 2012, a bride from Japan (marrying a man from Mexico) saw a photo of the house on the internet and knew she had to marry there. Why? Tapestry House's painted lady appearance looked just like the row of famous painted ladies in Alamo Square, San Francisco — which were shown in the opening credits of her favorite American television show, "Full House." Maybe it's your dream to be married in the front lawn of a Queen Anne home, or to relax in the vibe of an old Colorado ranch. Tapestry House will give you memories like no other wedding spot. We are proud to be a small part of this story.

Fitting photography smoothly in your wedding day is our speciality, and our partnership with Wedgewood assures we're in the loop with coordination decisions. When things change (like weather) we're problem-solvers who happily capture great images — no matter the challenge.

On delivery of your photography, you'll see 60-110 images per coverage hour, telling the story of the day when two families came together. Images are available for viewing and download two weeks after the wedding. Family and friends may view the images as often as they like, and ordering prints, canvases, and albums from the gallery viewing page is easy. 

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We've been documenting magical events at this venue since 2004, and have monthly galleries so you can see the seasons change along Tapestry House. Visit our monthly galleries HERE.

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