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Fall Wedding in Vail

Fall Wedding in Vail

Last weekend, rains swept through the mountains, clearing out the smoke from the many forest fires burning in the West. Luckily, that didn’t matter for Genevieve and Jon’s fall wedding in Vail. The Sonnenalp simply closed Ludwig’s glass roof and the ceremony continued on, sheltered from the rain but maintaining the beautiful forest-like atmosphere. Continue reading →

Cherry Creek Wedding

Cherry Creek Wedding

After spending much of the previous week in the mountains, we were looking forward to mixing it up a bit with Patricia and Kevin’s Cherry Creek wedding at the JW Marriott. Don’t get me wrong, I love the mountains. But Denver is a city with unending nooks and crannies perfect for wedding photography and we love to take advantage of that. Continue reading →

Beaver Creek Wedding

Beaver Creek Wedding

There’s something very respectable about a couple who plans their wedding not really having an idea of how everything’s going to look in the end. You put your best effort in, decide what’s most important to you, and then let the cards fall where they may, determined to enjoy yourself no matter what. That’s how Mo and Trey approached their Beaver Creek wedding. And it sure paid off! Continue reading →

Purgatory Resort Wedding

Purgatory Resort Wedding

When we got Jamie and Eric’s Purgatory Resort wedding invitation in the mail, it had the Milky Way as the background and promised “Dinner, Dancing, and Meteor Shower to Follow” the ceremony. They couldn’t have picked a better spot (Dante’s Peak) or day (one of the peak nights of the Perseid meteor shower) to make good on that promise. Continue reading →

Greenbriar Inn Wedding

Greenbriar Inn Wedding

Jesse and I returned to our old stomping grounds last weekend for Sarah and Patrick’s Greenbriar Inn wedding. And while it’s been some time since we’ve been to Boulder for a wedding, we put together a greatest hits tour for their portraits. Continue reading →

Seattle Wedding

Seattle Wedding

We’re back! We had a lovely two-week pause from photographing weddings, which we used to wrap up post-production on past weddings and do a whole lotta prep work for upcoming weddings (okay, and maybe we fit a brewery or two in there). And then, precisely a day after delivering the final gallery from our first stretch of weddings, we packed up and drove 1300 miles for Suki and Derek’s Seattle wedding. Continue reading →

Edgewood Inn Wedding

Edgewood Inn Wedding

When Jesse and I were scouting for Renee and Caleb’s Edgewood Inn wedding last Friday in Woodland Park, we ran into the typical Colorado mountain weather. First it was sunny and hot, then the clouds blew in. Then we had some nice sprinkles, which turned into a downpour and, suddenly, a torrent of hail. And almost as soon as it had started, the weather passed through and left us nice a cool with a beautiful sunset.  Continue reading →

History Colorado Wedding

History Colorado Wedding

Rashni and GEHS’s History Colorado wedding this weekend celebrated not only the joining of two families in marriage, but also the joining of two countries:  the United States and Canada, our neighbor to the North. And what better day to do it than Canada Day? Continue reading →

Denver Botanic Gardens Wedding

Denver Botanic Gardens Wedding

Almost exactly two years to the day that the Supreme Court passed down their landmark decision recognizing gay marriage nationwide, M&L married each other in an emotional Denver Botanic Gardens wedding. While we appreciate that the Supreme Court made it possible, all our thanks go to M&L for letting us capture their amazingly beautiful day. Continue reading →

Boettcher Mansion Wedding

Boettcher Mansion Wedding

On our drive up to Kelly and Nick’s Boettcher Mansion wedding on the top of Lookout Mountain, we were a little concerned that we wouldn’t have the views of the mountains we were hoping for. The day was chilly, considering the 90-degree temps we’ve been having all summer, and the mountain was blanketed by clouds. We could barely see around the curves in the road. Continue reading →