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Stephanie and Brian, Estes Park Wedding, O’Connor Pavilion, Rocky Mountain National Park-

Congratulations Stephanie and Brian!
The O’Connor Pavilion in Estes Park is a GORGEOUS spot for a wedding. We loved how close we were to Rocky Mountain National Park, which was a great place to take our first look photos.

If you would like more information on how to book with me and get started on planning an epic wedding day, please don’t hesitate to reach out!

Thanks for checking out this gorgeous Colorado mountain wedding!
Thinking of eloping or getting married in Colorado? I would love to help you plan.

October 6, 2018

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You know, the one that always reminds you to bring extra socks on the overnight hike, and who definitely has the best podcasts queued up for the road trip.



From dreaming to planning, to the big day and after, I lend you my experience, my best ideas and inspiration, my favorite and most breathtaking locations, and the all cheering-on you need.

I create the space for you to feel easy, relaxed, and EXCITED as you treat yourselves to one heck of an adventure together.

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I believe that big weddings aren’t the right fit for everyone, and that your wedding day is an opportunity to do something different, something wild, and something completely unique.

I also believe that connecting with the earth connects you to your partner, and that wedding vows (and photos) are extra magical in the majestic landscapes of the American West.

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