Between a custom made wedding gown, a beautiful sunny day in the Rocky Mountains, and a gorgeous wood banquet hall filled with gold and feather floral arrangements, Ally & Mark’s day could not have been any more perfect! And I don’t know of any two people more deserving. They have been together for years now and have already been through more than the average twenty-something year old couple could say. Their true dedication to each other and sweet love for one another is what we all live for, and I was so lucky to be a part of their day.

See their engagement session here.

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There is nothing I love more than a client that says, “We love rain!” Denver’s weather has been nuts this year, and I was worried I would have to reschedule Lisa & Randy’s engagement session. Luckily, this weather was perfect for them. So we headed downtown for some cozy indoor and chilly, outdoor alley shots. Denver’s Union Station has been under renovation for what seems like forever. This year, it finally reopened. I was so excited when Lisa & Randy asked to shoot there, and with Randy’s hook ups, we got front row seats to take some super cute photos. We also shared a love for a specific alley in downtown Denver which was so much fun, complete with a photo bomb. Looking forward to their wedding at Mile High Station next May!

If you also get the chance, check out Randy’s alter ego in the always fun and exciting electronic dance group, Total Ghost!

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My favorite part of Carole & Kris’ wedding was when the best man, Kris’ brother, gave his speech. The whole day had gone wonderfully. We had the perfect amount of cloud cover and sun. Everything was running on time. Carole of course looked absolutely stunning. But this speech was what pulled at my heart. Kris’ brother explained, as many best men do, about how there are no two better people than Carole & Kris, backing up this statement by listing their accomplishments and successes in life. Again, something that is definitely great, but not anything I haven’t heard at a wedding. As he continued on, he explained how even with these successes that Carole & Kris remained generous, loving, modest, and caring people. That they didn’t care about themselves or their successes but more about the people in their lives. He then asked the guests (which there were at least 100 or more) to raise their hand if their life had been personally touched or positively impacted by Carole and/or Kris in any way. Every. Single. Person. Raised their hand. My eyes welled with tears, as did Carole’s, and I felt blessed to be able to capture memories for two people who have touched so many others.

See Carole & Kris’ seventeen degree Frisco engagement session here!

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