When Hannah contacted me to shoot their wedding last May, I was immediately looking forward to meeting she and Adam- and being part of their day! She had such a sweet and simply romantic and personal plan for the day- making it a very small intimate affair, almost an elopement, with just their closest family members and friends. She said they just wanted to appreciate the Colorado outdoors that they had come to love- and then have a nice yummy dinner at one of their favorite restaurants!
You guys, I keep getting more and more weddings like this that I get to be a part of...and I gotta tell you, it's just so beautiful and intimate. I mean, I literally feel like I'm part of the family at that point...and it just makes me realize even more how lucky I am to do a job like this- and be part of such amazing and personal days in people's lives! Thank you!!!
So, their beautiful outdoor Colorado ceremony was held at Roxborough State Park, at the Fountain Overlook! There were a few shaky moments of watching the weather- because those skies were churning! (see pics of all the crazy dark and light skies and clouds!)- but it worked out and held off, to make for just a stunning ceremony! Afterwards, we of course took the couple around a the park a bit to get some additional photos- because, duh...it's a gorgeous location! ;)
After we finished up- we all headed up to Louisville to one of the couples' favorite restaurants in the little downtown there, 740 Front, which is one of the oldest Restaurants in Colorado, and the second oldest bar in Colorado! We of course grabbed some shots (it was very busy!) with the old Bar in the background- but then headed downstairs where they had their own little room! Apparently there are lots of Ghost stories from this place!! eeek!!
all in all it was a spectacular day- and I am so thankful to have been a part of it! I also want to shout out to my friend and colleague, Erin Cady, for shooting with me that day! I had recently had a little surgery before the wedding that came up- so Erin came with me to back me up just in case I was needing an extra hand here and there! Thanks friend!