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Last year, I went all the way to St. Vrain Canyon to shoot Ben & Emily’s engagement [ which was later featured on Rocky Mountain Bride! ] so I thought I had seen how stunning the location was because it’s not terribly far from Estes Park, but I was oh so wrong. Estes Park is one of those take-your-breath-away towns nestled in the woods at the top of the world. I couldn’t keep my jaw up the whole trip.
I adored the mix of light throughout the day & it even sprinkled at the very end of the ceremony. [ So romantic to have your first kiss in just a bit of rain! ]
› Feeling extra stoked on this one ‹
Venue // Wild Basin Lodge
Photography // Jane in the Woods
Florals // Floral Design of Europe
MUAH // Wedlocks