Noah’s Event Center in Westminster was the venue setting for the June 21 wedding of Brooke Ashleigh Holland and Eric Bradley Bartoszek. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Sean Holland of Littleton, Bernie Bartoszek of Parker and Dale Bartoszek of Lone Tree.
A double-ring ceremony was performed by Pastor Duane Brigman in the presence of God, family and friends. A softly lit waterfall of elegant drapery was used for the ceremony backdrop. Rustic, candle-lit lanterns were placed alongside the aisle leading to the altar. The bride and groom wrote their own promises to one another in place of the traditional wedding vows. Brandi Holland, a cousin of the bride, read a Bible scripture during the ceremony.
The bride wore a lovely a-line strapless gown made of ivory satin with a heavy overlay of Alencon lace. The fitted bodice was topped with sparkling rhinestones. Her veil was edged with a fine ivory lace and a delicate floral comb encrusted with rhinestones. The bridal bouquet was made of light pink and white roses and carnations wrapped in white lace and pink satin. The bride chose two maids of honor. Her best friend, Sydney Adamson and her cousin, Sydney Holland. Her bridesmaids were Renae Martinez, Ashley Pacheco and Megan Kling, all close friends of the bride. The bridesmaid dresses were a light pink blush, and each carried a simple mixture of light pink and white roses with stems wrapped in pink satin. The flower girl, Stella Lilly, daughter of the groom, wore a sleeveless pink and white dress with a ribbon bow around the waistline. She carried a basket of light pink and white petals. The groom wore a navy blue suit with a light pink boutonniere. The best man was Andrew Cronin, a close friend of the groom. The groomsmen were Jeremy Schlanger, Scott Martin, Trent McNamara, all friends of the groom, and Wyatt Holland, a brother of the bride. Ushers were Steven Ledbetter, a friend of the groom, Mitch Holland and Colt Holland, both brothers of the bride. The guestbook was overlooked by Hailey Holland and Kayley Turley, both cousins of the bride. The videographer of the wedding ceremony was Taylor Turley, a cousin of the bride. The wedding coordinator was Shelby Adamson, a friend of the bride.
A cocktail hour was held between the ceremony and reception. A four-tier crystal chandelier cast an enchanting glow for a romantic ambiance. A sheer white draped organza fabric was swaged in rows to create the spoke ceiling. The tables were covered with rose petals and rustic lit lanterns. The dinner meal was catered by Chipotle Mexican Grill. The couple and flower girl shared a double-layer vanilla cake with Chantilly icing and a light pink rosette border. For the wedding party and guests, a dessert table of assorted baked goods was provided by the brides extended family. To wish the couple a ‘happily ever after’ send-off, the guests held sparklers to create an umbrella walkway as an escape to begin their married life.
A Mexican Caribbean beach front resort in Cancun, Mexico was the destination of the newlywed’s honeymoon. The couple will live in the South Denver Metro area. The groom plans to further his career with Premo Steel Buildings and the bride plans to advance her career at Columbine High School.
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