Jeb Putzier Tackled Wedding Dance
Jeb Putzier is famous as a tight end for the Denver Broncos from 2002-2005 (link). He proposed to Bailey (see here) in August of 2017. The wedding planning was full of tough planning but he totally tackled his wedding dance.
Mr. Putzier is no stranger to tackles. As a Bronco tight end, Jeb was constantly tackled. As a result, he endured many injuries and concussions. With a warrior’s spirit Jeb overcame all his limitations to sweep Bailey off her feet for his first dance.
Jeb’s Wedding Dance
Bailey and Jeb brought their song “Nothing with You” acoustic version by the Dolly Riots came to me, Holly Collins, at Adventures in Dance. Holly then designed a first dance around Jeb’s strengths. Let me tell you, Jeb is a strong man at 6’4” and 256 lb. But, it was his musical strength from playing guitar that helped Jeb to dance.
I am not a football fan, but Jeb has become my hero. Each lesson he applied himself to leaning to dance no matter what physical discomfort he was enduring. With a smile and a shrug, he would dance across the ballroom floor with Bailey. Even after a tough incident resulting in skinned knees, he tied his shoes and stepped up to dance. Hero does not begin to describe the giant gentle Jeb.
Licensed to wedding dance
At the end of his wedding dance training Jeb graduated. He earned his license to dance after demonstrating his wedding dance to a couple of teachers at Adventures in Dance. Robyn Collins was so impressed that she gave him a support staff as a wedding gift.
The semi-formal wedding of Jeb and Bailey Putzier was in Cherry Creek with a pink, purple, and blue theme on Saturday July 28th. The happy newlyweds are doing a staycation visiting with friends and family after the wedding. They are looking forward to tackling a lifetime of fun and dance together. I wish them the best of luck and many years of joy to come.
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