Under the Sea Wedding

Whenever we come across underwater themed weddings, we just have to pause and take everything in! Today’s feature is no exception. This Under the Sea styled wedding shoot was so spectacularly styled by Wendie Bass that our jaws dropped while looking at the shots by Michelle Porter of Forever After Photography! With the gorgeous teal, blue and white color palette across the entire showcase, this wedding had lots of beautiful essentials without being overwhelmed by nautical elements. Their elegantly styled clothing selections complemented the untraditional destination wedding venue of Denver’s Downtown Aquarium. We also love the aquatic blues and greens that really inspires the inner mermaid within us! There’s so much to see here folks, so I’ll let the photos do the talking. Scroll away and enjoy!

We’re All About the Details!

About the Photographer
At Forever After Photography we consider ourselves your commisioned artist. Capturing those epic romantic moments that are created when two people fall in love and come together. We love to see those artistic moments in your wedding day that can be captured and treasured forever as fine art. Those beautiful stories of your wedding day that make it unique to you. We love to capture milestone moments. Weddings and Engagements are our favorite and we’ve enjoyed photographing those moments for over 16 years.

Take this Advice

I recommend making your wedding day true and unique to you rather than following trends. Make your wedding as unique as your signature. Your wedding is the beginning of your life as a married couple. Plan your vision and work backwards. ~Michelle Rodriquez-Porter/Photographer

Money Matters

$10,000 – $20,000


Photographer: Forever After Photography
Cake Designer: La Patisserie Francaise
Invitation Designer: Felicity Allyse-Floral & Paper Artistry
Linens and Coverings: Seated Elegance
Equipment Rentals: Event Rents
Floral Designer: Calla Blue Florals
Caterer: Culinary WAVE Catering
DJ: Skyline Productions Professional DJ
Event Planner: Wendie Bass, Weddings.Events.More
Makeup Artist: Bronze and Beautiful Bridal
Museum: Downtown Denver Aquarium

1 thought on “Under the Sea Wedding”

  1. If she was already pregnant when they moved the wedding date, she would of given birth a couple months earlier than she did. You don”t find out you are pregnant till you are at least a month. She literally gave birth 40 weeks and a couple days after her wedding, meaning she got pregnant the week of her wedding. Usually women plan their weddings when they don”t have their period. That makes them in the ovulation stage. Joy clearly comes from a fertile family, it”s not a surprise she got pregnant immediately.


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