Styling Here is a Pinterest Board (family) with outfit ideas too! This is my client closet if you see anything interesting let me know. Please feel free to layout outfits and text them to me, I am happy to help! Although it is probably easiest to hop on a call to discuss styling and location. The thing I think is useful though are the color palettes. I always recommend just finding a color palette of say 3-5 colors and then letting everyone make an outfit based on those colors. That way things look casual, natural, and still go together. I would try to avoid being overly matchy. Fabrics that will let the light through them, that are long and light-that will pick up in the wind can be SO PRETTY. That doesn’t have to be a dress, it could be a scarf, duster, or long cardigan over jeans. Here are some tips for your session, from how to match your group outfits to make-up, hairspray, and so on!
This is the area that takes longer to get to and the road is a little steeper after the above pictured location.
Dirt Road Adventure Outside of Vail This requires some extra expenses and time, but it is worth it! 40-60 minute drive on a VERY bumpy, slow going dirt road out of Vail, then a 15-minute hike. Major adventure. Probably one of the most GORGEOUS locations. If you want to skip the hike there is a Ranch at the parking lot that will issue a permit for a fee of $150 to shoot on their property. This first set was taken at the ranch.
This is about 1.5 hours from Vail. This area offers river views, canyon views, and a hot spring. The spring is offend filled with local people, I must give fair warning that sometimes people bathe nude in this area. I find the hot spring is less busy at sunrise.