Kyle and Caroline Jones | Shupe Homestead Longmont Colorado Mountain Wedding Photographer

Holy cannoli you guys! Can we talk about how perfect this couple is and how amazingly wonderful their wedding day was?! When I first met Caroline it was over FaceTime while she and Kyle were living in Florida, and when she told me about how their relationship began, I melted. We all remember the Sadie Hawkins dances in high school. For me at least, they never worked out how I hoped because I was too painfully shy to ever ask a boy out. However, when Caroline asked the new cute boy who had just moved to their school to go to the Sadie Hawkins dance with her nearly seven years ago, little did they know it would end in marriage!

Throughout the years, these two dealt with their share of trials, moving, job changes, schooling and more, but their strong relationship withstood some of life’s most challenging curveballs. When their wedding day finally came, their friends and family anxiously gathered to celebrate this amazing couple. For us, it was a true blessing to capture them say their vows, cut their wedding cake with an axe (inspired by Kyle’s job as a firefighter) and dance in Colorado fields with them as Kyle put on his firefighter gear for a truly amazing sunset photo shoot during the reception. We are so honored we got to be a part of this lovely couple’s beginning to their marriage. Congratulations, Mr. & Mrs. Jones!

Mike and Taylor


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How did the two of you meet? “We met in high school. Kyle had moved to Colorado from Tennessee and we ended up having a few classes together. I found his accent cute and he was so funny… Naturally I decided to ask him out to the Sadie Hawkins Dance. He said yes and the rest is history!”

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When did you know you wanted to marry each other?
K: I would say that we had been together for about 7 years and the timing felt right. We had survived 4-5 years of long distance and I knew if we made it through that then we’d be able to make it through anything.”
C: “I don’t think there was one big defining moment but I do remember about 3 years in when I was away at school, I was really sick. I remember in that moment wanting Kyle to comfort me instead of my mom… I think that was the weekend he drove 4 hours to come take care of me for one day before he had to go back to work.”


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How did Kyle propose? “We used to take day trips into Estes Park in high school to walk around the town and hike Lily Lake. After high school, we repeated the tradition frequently when we were in Colorado at the same time. One spring break, we took the trip out to Colorado together and did our usual thing… Except when we stopped for a breath and to take in the views at Lily Lake he got down on one knee on the rock outcropping and asked me to marry him! He had hired a photographer friend to capture the moment, and then we made our way back to Longmont where he had all of our family and friends waiting at a restaurant to celebrate. It was absolutely perfect in every way!”

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What was the most memorable moment of your wedding day?
K: Seeing all our families together, seeing them all having fun and enjoying each other’s company. It was very heartwarming.”
C: “I have to agree with Kyle on this one. And our vows. We wrote them and that made it really special.”

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If you could pick one word to describe your ceremony what would it be?
K: “Intimate.”
C: “Personalized.”


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What is a fun quirk you love about the other?
K: “I love how Caroline is always positive no matter how bad it gets.”
C: “I love Kyle’s stories; he has a very imaginative mind. We’ll be driving around and he’ll just come up with a scenario or something and he’ll start cracking himself up… It’s great.”

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What advice do you have for couples planning their wedding now? “Enjoy it! Don’t waste time stressing over the things no one but you will notice. At the end of the day, what matters is that you marry the person that you love, and that its in front of the people you hold dear.”

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Venue :: Shupe Homestead
Flowers :: Dorothy Myers – Red Twig Flowers
DJ :: Rick Franz – Rickochet Entertainment
Bride Hanger :: SoDuff Creations
Cake :: Aime’s Love Bakery
Hair and Makeup :: Brittany Slaughter – Alchemy Creative
Catering :: Nicolos Pizza

Comments (8)

Wow Taylor! These photos are so beautiful! I can’t get over their golden hour/sunset portraits. So fun to have the groom in his firefighting uniform. It really brings out their personalities, and highlights the relationship they share! Amazing!

What a fun wedding! I love their colors… so pretty. And of course, those sunset shot are dreamy. Great work!

Oh my goodness, that shot of her walking in the sunset is SO stunning!!! Amazing photos, from start to finish!

Wow!!! Those sunset images are off the charts amazing! Gorgeous work!!!

Wow! these are amazing, although I’m not surprised. You are incredibly talented. Love every single one.

Magic magic magic!! The sweetest couple there ever was! These are just beautiful!

Love love love her dress! And that sunset photo of the bride walking by herself is just drop dead gorgeous.

Her dress! Those gloves! Ugh! And the firefighter shots! Super wonderful.

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