All posts tagged J. La Plante Photo

Hotel Boulderado Wedding

Hotel Boulderado Wedding

Holly and Jen’s wedding was all set to go at the Stanley Hotel in Estes Park until our torrential mid-September rains washed out the most direct route into town. But with some quick thinking and a lot of help from the coordinators, they were able to relocate from one historic hotel to another for their Hotel Boulderado wedding. Continue reading →

Sloan’s Lake Park Engagement

Sloan’s Lake Park Engagement

It’s rare to find a spot in Denver that has a great view of both the city and the mountains, but Sloan’s Lake Park offers it all, which made it the perfect spot for Jenifer and Karl’s engagement photos last Thursday. With the warm afternoon sun, a variety of photogenic locations, and an energetic couple, I consider the shoot a success. Continue reading →

Chautauqua Park Wedding

Chautauqua Park Wedding

Posted by / September 22, 2013 / Categories: Mountain, Rustic, Weddings / Tags: , , / -

Well, we’ve had quite the week and a half here in Colorado.  In case you haven’t heard (or been affected by it), many areas of Colorado received record-breaking rainfall over the course of just a few days.  For a dry state like Colorado, this amount of rain resulted in flood conditions in many parts of the state.  We count ourselves lucky to have been relatively unaffected by the flooding, but our thoughts are with those who are now rebuilding their homes and communities. Continue reading →

Rembrandt Yard Wedding

Rembrandt Yard Wedding

On Sunday, we headed back to the Front Range for the second event of the weekend, a Rembrandt Yard wedding, at an art gallery in the heart of downtown Boulder, directly across the street from the Hotel Boulderado. Continue reading →

Maroon Bells / Aspen Meadows Resort Wedding

Maroon Bells / Aspen Meadows Resort Wedding

As wedding photographers, people sometimes assume that we rarely have a holiday weekend “off” of work.  But when you get to shoot weddings like the two we did this weekend, it’s hard to call what we do “work.” Continue reading →