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Beaver Creek Wedding

Beaver Creek Wedding

What struck me most about Christie and Eric’s Beaver Creek wedding was something that the bride put into words herself:  “We’ve got such amazing friends!” Not only were their friends an integral part of the wedding day – from ceremony readings to standing up in the wedding party to toasting the couple at the reception – they went above and beyond. Continue reading →

Vail Wedding

Vail Wedding

Being avid skiers, Jesse and I absolutely love Vail in the winter; it might possibly be our favorite mountain (shhh, don’t tell Beaver Creek). However, it’s just as spectacular in the summer, especially when you invite your favorite friends and family up to 8,000 ft. for a celebration. So when Andrea and Shawn asked us to photograph their Vail wedding, we jumped at the chance. Continue reading →

Wedgewood Wedding

Wedgewood Wedding

Our next wedding came right on the heels of Saturday’s Mon Cheri wedding. Sydney & Ben tied the knot at Wedgewood on Boulder Creek on their seventh anniversary. Though they’ve already been through so much together, you can tell just by watching them that the best is yet to come. Starting with a honeymoon in Rome! Continue reading →

Mon Cheri Wedding

Mon Cheri Wedding

We met Erin and Wade because of a Powerpoint presentation. Erin assembled it to persuade Wade, an analytical type, to book us as their photographers (we hear there were animations involved). And boy are we glad it worked because we got to spend a beautiful Saturday with the couple at Mon Cheri Events in Lyons. Continue reading →

Shadow Mountain Ranch Wedding

Shadow Mountain Ranch Wedding

Here’s some life advice: marry someone who will have inflatable raptor fights with you. Leigh & Tyler are lucky to have found their raptor fight partners in each other. Their dinosaur-themed Shadow Mountain Ranch wedding was the perfect laid-back party to celebrate their marriage. Continue reading →

River Bend Wedding

River Bend Wedding

Perhaps the most amazing thing about weddings in Colorado is the fantastic natural beauty of the surroundings. Katy and Adam’s River Bend wedding was no different. Not only was the location impressive, combining red sandstone, a cool river, and bright green trees, they made sure to incorporate Colorado’s wild nature into their wedding details. Continue reading →

Golden Moon Speak / Eldorado Springs Engagement

Golden Moon Speak / Eldorado Springs Engagement

Though Jesse and I are obsessive about beer, we also enjoy a taste of whiskey every now and then. So when Jessica mentioned that she and Robb wanted to incorporate whiskey into their engagement shoot, it spurred an impromptu competition to find a distillery where we could do our photo shoot (and sample the wares). After some thorough research and a much longer “Distilleries To Visit” list later, we landed on Golden Moon Speak. Continue reading →

Chatfield Gardens Wedding

Chatfield Gardens Wedding

It’s been a season of firsts for us – from a nighttime portrait with the Denver skyline in the background to a pre-wedding snowboarding shoot at Beaver Creek. And while we’ve had plenty of adorable dogs and children as ring bearers, last weekend was the first time we had a mini-pig trot the rings down the aisle. Continue reading →

Planet Bluegrass Wedding

Planet Bluegrass Wedding

I knew this was going to be a fun wedding early on when the groom said, “Mom, would you please sheath the swords so the dogs don’t step on them?” Really, I knew this was going to be a great time the night before at the rehearsal dinner, hosted by the groom’s parents at the Dushanbe Tea House; one of the guest’s name badges said as much. Continue reading →

Denver City Park / Larimer Square Engagement

Denver City Park / Larimer Square Engagement

Those of you who know us know our propensity for always trying something new and different. Well, we had the holy grail of photo shoots  for our Larimer Square engagement on Thursday evening:  beautiful sunset, perfect weather, new equipment to try out and a couple who was enthusiastic about letting us work on some fresh techniques. Continue reading →