August 23, 2014 was a special day for Megan and Robert – they were to be married! And as fortune would have it, they invited me along to capture and share the experience. – how exciting! From the very start, we went full tilt all day. As is usually the case, our journey starts in the bedroom… then on to the golf course, over to the buckboard, onto the dance floor, up to the bathroom, back to the dance floor, out to the golf course, again the buckboard, run to the golf cart for a jaunt to the barn, then back to the golf course, into the tent, through to the dining room, and finally back to the dance floor… with shutters clicking the whole way – whew! But don’t take my word for it – check out the pics! And of course, no high-country wedding would be complete without a dose (or two) of rain. Yes, more than a few of our portraits were taken in a freezing rain. But, mother nature smiled down on us for a beautiful ceremony!
I was joined for the day by Bart Lille of Jenni and Bart Photography. Bart is an awesome talent and a great guy – we always have fun working together. Many of the images in this post came from Bart’s camera. But the true measure of a good 2nd photographer is his or her willingness to pose for a test shot. See if you can spot it.
One of the funnest segments of the evening was the photo booth. We set it up early in the day and turn everything on during the cocktail hour. It’s self service and is a ton of fun. Check out a couple of choice strips at the end of this post – including a sequence of Bart and I during our “test” of the equipment.
Flowers for the day were provided by Bloom Flower Shop. Delivered on time, beautiful and stayed fresh all day long.
The officiant for Megan & Robert’s ceremony was Leon Littlebird. I’ve worked with Leon a couple of times and I must say if you are planning a wedding in Colorado, you owe it to yourself to call Leon – his ceremony is an experience like non other.
The venue for the day was the Keystone Ranch Golf Course. With it’s rustic charm and panoramic views, this awesome venue is hard to beat!