Not just one wedding, but two! Day 3 of Maureen & Andy’s wedding weekend. Sunday, was the traditional Catholic wedding complete with Scott Beach playing the bagpipes and Chase Cannon playing guitar. Mark Lively, from Lively Productions created the most gorgeous room for the reception, decked out with floral arrangements
What’s better than one amazing wedding? Two! Maureen and Andy spent the weekend having two ceremonies – one for their Indian and Chinese heritage and one for their Irish Catholic heritage. Friday’s rehearsal dinner was a beautiful display of Indian food and cocktails overlooking Vail Ski Resort on the Four
In home newborn sessions are my absolute favorite thing. There is so little pressure on anyone because we all know the parents are getting zero sleep and pulling this together is a small miracle to begin with! I love the nature of just observing whatever takes place. It’s an honor
Donny and Jessie’s wedding was so full of positive energy. Everyone clapped for every single person that walked down the aisle, clever officiated remarks, toasts, cool dance moves… applause and encouragement for all things fun! I am always so grateful to attract clients with such beautiful friendships and stories all
Melissa and Lew snow shoed a mile uphill to a yurt to say ‘I love you’ for the first time. It was only appropriate this was their backdrop for their wedding vows. Surrounded by immediate family and a small number of friends they said ‘I do’ in this special place.
Lisa and Jason love watching the bachelor together, so they had some pretty hilarious bachelor references throughout their wedding day. Jason even presented a rose to Lisa during the ceremony, cracking up his bride and their guests. The rustic accommodations of the Tigiwon Community House were so romantic and the
I would almost always advise not shooting at midday. However, this session was the exception to the rule. We were unable to reschedule this session for another day due to their vacation timing and my project schedule. The weather man predicted rain and thunderstorms for afternoon we had scheduled to
Baylor and Miah were supposed to be married in 2020, but like a lot of people ended up and had to postpone their wedding. Instead of getting married, they welcomed a baby boy into the world and it was an extra special celebration with the three of them this year.
Emily and David shared their marriage with family and friends at the Riverbend in Lyons, CO. It was a celebration of second chances and finally finding the one. The display of love and support from all the people who have rooted for them along the way was absolutely palatable; moving