Terry and David met at a house party in Fort Collins while attending Colorado State University. They were paired up as beer pong partners and by the close of the evening, they had beaten every team and were named champions. There was no denying the connection between these two that night, but it wasn’t quite their time . . .
A few months later, Terry and David ran into each other during lunchtime at a local taco shop. They chatted briefly about heading downtown with friends but made no plans. Later that evening, they found themselves at the same bar . . . and again at the next bar . . . and the next. In fact, the two ran into each other at every single spot that evening. It seemed that fate had big plans for this dynamic duo as they’ve been inseparable ever since.
Not long after, while hiking Horse Tooth in Fort Collins, David asked Terry to be his girlfriend. A few years later, he proposed at the Botanic Gardens in Denver. The couple tied the knot last August at The Manor House and just celebrated their one year anniversary.
When we asked about the first year of marriage, Terry recalls many a conversation about how to pronounce her new last name, Salamie. Yep, it’s just like the Italian sausage.
In fact, to help everyone remember, the couple gave a package of dry salami to each guest as a wedding favor. How fun is that?!
A BIG congratulations to Terry and David on their recent anniversary! Thank you for sharing your incredible day with us!
VENDORS // Venue, Culinary: The Manor House | Photography: Mallory Munson | Videography: Motion Artisan | Floral: Kimball Floral | Cake: Das Meyer | DJ: Perry Washington | Hair / makeup: AURA Salon | Dress: Daalarna | Bridal Shop: Emma & Grace | Bridesmaids: Adrianna Papell | Gents: The Black Tux | Invitations: Vistaprint
“Our fur baby Anakin needed to be incorporated in our big day somehow, but we also knew having him there would have been a handful,” says Terry. “A life-size cutout was about as close to having him there as possible!”
“The choreographed dance with my Dad is something I will always remember and cherish,” recalls Terry.