A few weeks ago we met Maura & David for a beautiful fall engagement portrait session in Evergreen. It felt as though we were back at our old stomping grounds since we lived in Evergreen for a few years and even had our own engagement portraits taken at the same place that we met Maura & David. Elk Meadow is a great quick escape from the city and we had a blast hiking around while creating some fresh, fun, relaxed photos of Maura, David and their adorable dog Chopper. Here are a few of our favorites… Continue reading ‘Maura & David’s Evergreen Engagement Portrait Session’
I love summer in Colorado but then fall rolls around and I’m always smitten by the yellow aspen leaves, cool mountain air and crisp blue skies. There’s really no better time for a quintessential Colorado mountain engagement portrait session. We clicked with Rachel & Dan from the moment we met and I’d been looking forward to their engagement portrait session ever since. We had a great time and got even more excited for their Aspen wedding next fall. Here are a few of my favorites…
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A little walk around Vail Village made for some beautiful fall engagement portraits of Chris & Kristen. Since these two will be tying the knot in Missouri this was the perfect way to add a little Colorado flavor to their engagement. Here are just a few of my favorites from their session…
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A simple yet adorable moment from Shannon & Matt’s engagement portrait session that I love. From what I know of these two, I believe their Ten Mile Station wedding in August is going to be the party of the year. Needless to say, I can’t wait!
It was starting to look like spring in the mountains. Okay, maybe not look like spring (everything is still white) but rather feel like spring with temps soaring in to the 40′s. Then Jennifer & Jeff’s engagement portrait session rolls around and BOOM back down to 10˚. Ugh. That usually means about 15 minutes of shooting because it’s just too cold to bare. Not for Jennifer & Jeff. We shot for an hour and it didn’t seem to phase them. I love them for trusting us and knowing that putting up with the frigid temps would pay off with some beautiful photographs. It may have been cold but the snow on the trees and fresh flakes falling from the clouds made it all worth it. Here is a peek at their Breckenridge engagement portrait session… Continue reading ‘Jennifer & Jeff’s Breckenridge Engagement Portrait Session’