Pine cones, red roses, berries and snow. This styled shoot was inspired by the beautiful mountain winters we have in Colorado. For most of the fall, winter and spring, the Rocky mountains are covered in a blanket of white snow and venues like Peaceful Valley Ranch make an ideal location for a late Fall, Winter or Spring wedding. Too many couple’s bypass Colorado’s mountain towns when planning their weddings and I wanted to show them just how beautiful one could be. I wanted the shoot to be rustic, natural and snowy.
(Courtesy of Rayna McGinnis Photography)
Angie and Darrick held their wedding at Togwatee Mountain Lodge in Bridger Teton National Park. In a meadow. On a gorgeous June day. With the Teton Mountain Range in the background. Needless to say, it was breathtaking. The adorable couple share a love for all things outdoors so this truly was a perfect location for their rustic “I do’s.” Heather Erson did a flawless job at capturing both the lovely scenery and couple – we’re smitten!
This wedding was more dear to me than most, because of the love that was shared between Josh & Erin. Their desire to truly love, support, and encourage each other is something to be desired. It was apparent to me that wherever these two go, even across continents, they have an impact & leave a footprint that touches hearts.
This wedding took place at the Wedgewood Wedding & Banquet Center in Boulder, Colorado. The setting was beautiful that day. The roaring river, green everywhere, & the simply elegant arrangements made everything come together in an absolutely beautiful way.
(Courtesy of Josh McDonald)