This photoblog is about Elise and Esteban, with Images courtesy of Anna Gleave Photography. This Colorado wedding blog is all about the love, and that means showing how couples don't always choose fancy or dramatic spots to share intimate moments. Sometimes they choose locations that turn into fantastic backdrops for engagement photo sessions and possibly even a wedding. The old family farm or property is now in style to hold a rustic or symbolic event.
This couple chose the areas they frequent most, their home. It's not a hard decision to select familiar surroundings for making things easy, but we know and understand when local Summit County families opt for a private, small moment among friends and family. We want to help you create a magnificent mountain wedding. We have creative resources and over 20 years of experience helping over 1,000 brides pick their wedding flowers, and that's no easy feat.
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Who says the coziness of winter has to end after the holidays?! Elise + Esteban wanted to prove otherwise with this engagement inspiration shoot. We highlighted the small-town, rustic vibes of our beloved Morrison, Colorado with the beauty of this couple and added some warmth to the shoot as the couple cozied up with scarves and hot cocoa. I especially love the heritage we added into the shoot to make it special for the couple. Elise wore her grandmother's antique engagement ring, and I loved highlighting her Cuba tattoo on her wrist at every change! I also added some texture to some of the B+Ws to really play up that old school vibe. This shoot not only typifies Colorado and the beauty of winter-time, it is the perfect inspiration for any bride looking for winter portraits!