A Styled Elopement on Loveland Pass

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Ever since I can remember I've been adventuring. From the New Mexico backcountry to the Redwood forests of Northern California, I haven't found a better way to bring memories home with me than through photographs.

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I spent the most amazing morning up on a mountain in Colorado with these two (and my dust & light ladies!). We had a 5am wake-up call to be up at Loveland Pass in time for the sunrise. It was foggy and I was half asleep but the wind up on the pass woke me up real quick. I mean, it was so cold up there that after about 7 seconds my fingers we so cold I couldn’t even adjust settings on my camera anymore! Kimmy, our bride, was absolutely amazing and bore the cold like a champion. Really, would you even know from these photos that it was 20 degrees plus windchill up there? No. Also, she was recovering from a knee injury so she was walking around with a crutch the whole time. She’s amazing. Thanks Kimmy! Glad you didn’t get frostbite.

Our amazing vendors:

Dress supplied by Mimi’s Bridal. It’s a Pronovius!

Hat is from Clad & Cloth.

Jewelry is from the lovely Burnt Ash Designs.

Florals were done by the amazingly talented Bri at Hazel Ave Floral.

Calligraphy by the wonderful Beth Karper.

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