It was September 17th. We were one week away from the most vibrant fall I have ever seen in Colorado. However, on this particular day, winter was trying to intervene. Natalie & Toby had come all the way from the east coast for their destination wedding. It was their dream to get married on a mountaintop. I’m not sure it was there dream to have it snow on their wedding day. Yes, I said snow. It didn’t just flurry either. For a little less than an hour it flat out dumped snow. Did I mention it was only September 17th? I could sense bitter brides everywhere that day and I didn’t blame them but I was lucky enough to be at Natalie & Toby’s wedding. I don’t think anything short of a volcanic explosion would have stopped these two from embracing and loving every single moment on their wedding day. For that, and many other reasons, I adore these two. These are just some of my favorites shots that Mark & I created on their wedding day in Breckenridge…
I love the contrast of what I shoot while with the bride and her bridesmaids…
…versus what Mark is shooting with the groom and groomsmen.
Isn’t Natalie truly stunning?!
Mark managed to luck out with the guys and get to shoot during the five minutes of sunshine we got that day.
I absolutely love this moment of Natalie pinning her grandfather’s boutonniere.
Here it comes.
For the first time in over 20 weddings we’ve photographed at Ten Mile Station, the ceremony took place inside.
The way Natalie & Toby look at each other makes me smile.
Proof that it was dumping during the ceremony because as soon as the ceremony ended you would have never known it.
Cori Cook is one of my most favorite florists. She’s amazing, super talented and someone I’m excited to call an new friend!