An Engagement Hike in Rocky Mountain National Park

November 22, 2017 / 0 Comments

From the photographer, Larsen Photo Co.: Diana and Will came all the way from Pennsylvania to Colorado for their engagement session at Dream Lake in Rocky Mountain National Park. We left Boulder at 4am and by the time we reached Bear Lake Trailhead, the first sunrise colors were starting to peak up over the plains, and we set a quick pace up the trail to Dream Lake.  Unfortunately, the clouds came in and covered up most of the sunrise that morning, but we were having such a good time getting photos and exploring different parts of the lakeshore that we didn’t mind one bit.  We drove back down to the Moraine Park area for our final shots of the day, and as we parked a huge moose came walking right past us. We were hoping he’d photobomb Diana and Will for at least one shot, but it’s probably better that he headed in the opposite direction from us.

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A Wedding Adventure on the New River Gorge

November 21, 2017 / 0 Comments

Kayla & Adam | September 9th | West Virginia

From the bride: We love the outdoors and knew we wanted an intimate ceremony with breathtaking views. The New River Gorge has always been a special place for Adam and I. Every beach trip we would stop and take in one of West Virginia’s most famous bridges with our family. Why not get married there.

My dress was a beautiful tulle ivory color with rose gold and sage embellishments.  The bridesmaid dresses were a very elegant long style and the color was ice pink! I loved their dresses!

Our “first look” was the most anticipated moment of our day by far! Seeing Adam’s face light up watching me walk to him was an incredible and special moment I will remember for the rest of my life.

We can honestly say that we enjoyed every single part of our day. The ceremony, reception, and after party were all absolutely perfect. We got married at noon and did not end the party until 9 PM.

ADVICE

Take it one day at a time! Do not rush! This will be an event that you’ll remember for the rest of your life. Take it all in and cherish all these special moments. Marriage is beautiful and tough but you’ll always have each other!


The Wedding Team

Photographer: Britani Edwards Photography | Second Shooter: Courtney Dorsey Photography |  Venue: Adventures on the Gorge

 


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Old West Wedding Inspiration in Montana

November 17, 2017 / 0 Comments

From the photographer, Stella Kelsie Photography:  There’s just somethin’ ’bout a cowboy. We wanted a western themed couple, but not the typical modern western bride and groom we see so often here in Montana. Instead, we drew inspiration from the past, with a groom that looked like he was straight out of an old west movie, a horse, and a ghost town that once was home to real life vigilantes. Our bride had enough of a modern touch to appeal to today’s brides, but not lacking in old west glam. Her bouquet was a reflection of the sunset, that one that every good cowboy rides into at the end of the day.

Our handsome cowboy stole his beautiful bride’s heart, and we all enjoyed the evening’s spectacular sunset over the sagebrush of the wild west.

The Style Team

Photographer:  Stella Kelsie Photography  |  Event Planner: Events by Autumn  |  Floral Designer: Earth Within   |  Dress Store: Velvet Bride  |   Makeup Artist: Shear Art Salon  |  Groom’s Attire: Jones Leather and Livestock  |  Location: Bannack Ghost Town
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An Ethereal Winter Styled Shoot in Northern Vermont

November 14, 2017 / 0 Comments

From Jaclyn Watson Events:  In the midst of winter in Vermont, and with Kirsty Mitchell’s Daughter of Narnia in mind, a storybook design came together. The White Queen bride amongst the snowy birch in her stunning caped Alexandra Grecco gown. The grandiose feasts featured in A Song of Ice and Fire by George RR Martin created this image of an over-the-top feast for a Queen and her King. The warmer temperatures allowed for glimpses of the soft browns and muted golds hiding beneath the white blanket of snow. The unexpected colors played off the tones hidden in our centerpieces, beautifully created by Apotheca Flowers, and the pops of color from the extravagant feast laid out by Let’s Pretend Catering. Our clean and crisp, woodsy cake was a perfect touch to this come to life adventure. Be Our Guest included unique china pieces that embodied the story  while Ferro Jewelers included beautiful vintage estate pieces that matched the era.

 

 


The Style Team

Photographer: J. Harper Photography  |  Event Planner & Designer: Jaclyn Watson Events  |  Floral Designer: Apotheca Flower Shoppe  |  Linens: Be Our Guest Linen & Party Equipment Rental  | Caterer: Let’s Pretend Catering  |  Dress Designer: Sarah Seven from Everthine Bridal Boutique  |  Venue: Trapp Family Lodge  |   Cake Designer: Cakes By Ashia  |  Jewelry: Ferro Jewlery  |  Video: todd stoilov Video

 


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