We all know that rain on your wedding day is good luck, but what about fog? Picture the most beautiful fog you’ve ever seen–where does that fit into wedding day superstitions? Regardless of if it has any true meaning, the insane storms Colorado has been gracing us with these last few weeks have made for some pretty incredible photos and helped make Nick and Kathleen’s wedding day one of the most special we’ve been blessed to be a part of! These two are hopelessly in love and honest to goodness something out of a fairytale. Their adoration for each other and the incredible support from their wonderful family and friends was second to none on this beautiful May afternoon at the Pines at Genesee. Their incorporation of Hawaiian wedding customs made their ceremony so special and genuine. From surprise harps to the best man wiping away the grooms tears, from rainstorms to elaborate leis, and the greatest best man and maid of honor speeches in the history of weddings, the Sutton’s wedding was one for the books!
Congratulations, Nick and Kathleen! Thank you for letting us be a part of your wonderful wedding day!
Taylor and Mike
A couple in love at Red Rocks in the winter is probably one of my favorite things of all time! Bekah and Wes were such awesome troopers during their winter engagement shoot at Red Rocks a couple weeks ago. We are so excited for their big day this fall and can’t wait to be a part of it all! Thank you so much, Bekah and Wes!
I think one of the most amazing and intimate aspects of my job is being at a maternity shoot. Kelly, a beautiful soon to be mama quickly welcomed me into her home a few weeks ago for her maternity shoot. Her and her husband Mat are expecting their first baby girl in just a few weeks. Despite the usual pregnancy symptoms, Kelly was absolutely glowing and said the one thing she misses most about not being pregnant is a good workout! Thank you so much, you two, for welcoming me into your home and following me around Chautauqua Park. I can’t wait to meet your little lady!