Being able to share my love of photography with others around the world truly brings joy to my heart. As a traveling wedding photographer, the opportunities are endless. Whether you are eloping in the mountains or planning a destination wedding, I would love to be apart of your day.
This past August, this beautiful bride to be, Abby, reached out to me. Her original wedding photographer had to cancel so she was looking for someone new. The bride and groom are from KS and since I am originally from Colorado. I jumped on the chance to photograph their elopement. I am so happy they chose me to document their day.
As we met up with the girls, Abby’s excitement was through the roof! She was so excited to see her groom and do their first look.
Abby had planned everything to perfection and it showed in every detail.
While the girls finished up with the little details, my second shooter, Brittany with Brittany Gilbert Design and I went to check in on the guys.
And just like that, it was time to get to the ceremony!
The love that Josh has for Abby is like storybook. He could not keep his eyes off his bride. It was so touching and magical to be apart of.
The had their ceremony planned at Lilly Lake up in Estes Park, CO. If you have never seen Lilly Lake, it is gorgeous! As the days came closer, the weather was looking like it was going to take a turn for us. It rained the whole morning but just as we were about to head to the ceremony, the clouds parted and we were in the clear! The sun came right out and it was perfect!
During the ceremony, Abby’s nephew handed out blessing stones. Everyone said a blessing and prayer over the couple and onto the stones. At the end of the ceremony, all of their loved ones gathered on the dock to toss the stones into the water.
The couple really wanted to do sunset photos so after the ceremony, they went and had a nice dinner all together and then we sped off to get their couple photos back at the lake before it started to rain on us again!
Being able to be a traveling wedding photographer, I get to go to the locations that hold special meaning to couples. It is something I cannot put into words. This isn’t just a place, this is a part of their story, apart of their love.