There are so many unique places that you can have your engagement session. The couple in the engagement session we are showcasing today chose to have theirs shoot in Cherokee Ranch & Castle. Jho’leen and Ethan are a beautiful couple and their elegant castle engagement in Colorado was photographed by Fernanda Rite Photography.
Who says that your wedding theme can’t revolve around a specific location, even if you’re not getting married in that area? Nobody! Maybe you can’t afford to fly your friends out to Mexico for a huge exotic beach wedding, but you can definitely bring Mexico to you! Having a location inspired wedding is exactly what this bride and groom did!
Even in the winter months, taking outdoor photos can turn out simply stunning. Like the couple in the photos below by Joe and Robin Photography, they decided to have their Colorado engagement photos outside at Mount Falcon Park in Morrison, Colorado in the middle of winter. And what a gorgeous Colorado winter day it was… they had gorgeous weather and took some amazing photos!
Those little details are really what make a wedding stand out from all the others and the details of this simple mountain wedding in Colorado was just amazing.
Sara and Jacob chose to have their simple outdoor wedding at Mud Lake Open Space in Nederland, Colorado. The little, yet simple, details of their day, which was photographed beautifully by Emily, with Emily Kowalski Photography, really makes this wedding stand out.
We all know that the weather is anything but predictable. It can be incredibly stressful to know you have found your perfect outdoor venue but there is still a chance of poor weather on your wedding day. Alan and Jessica ran into this issue on their wedding day at The Pines At Genesee. However, this couple didn’t let the unforeseen weather ruin the celebration!
Next in our awesome wedding venue series is a beautiful location in Telluride, Colorado. Not only is Colorado absolutely gorgeous, but the Alta Lakes Observatory is just breathtaking. A unique and private backcountry cabin nestled underneath the 13,000-foot Palmyra and Silver Peaks of the San Juan Mountains.