Just a short drive away from the Vail Valley and Summit Count is the Roaring Fork Valley and the mountain towns there, including the setting for Diane + Joe in Aspen, Colorado, with images courtesy of Timothy Faust Photography. We get some fun submissions, and so we break the rules and share photos from interesting mountain locations and intimate settings that won't make other publications. We know that mountain girls and Colorado-lovin' couples like to visit the popular mountain towns like Breckenridge and Vail, but are open to exploring the possibilities when planning a destination wedding in the Rockies.
We've seen Tim at quite a few events over the last few years, so we're happy to share some images from a local Breckenridge photographer. Please contact us to learn how we can create a package with Tim and other vendors that we recommend. Here's what Tim had to say about this couple on his blog:
They picked Basalt for their wedding location. Basalt is located near the intersection of some of their favorite rivers, the Roaring Fork, the Frying Pan, and the Crystal, between the towns of Carbondale and Aspen, Colorado.
My favorite thing about their wedding was how laid back and fun everything was, while still maintaining an incredible attention to detail. It must be the organizational skills that all teachers must have. I also loved that they decided to do a little fishing together before their ceremony.
Two high school teachers from Denver, Colorado, who spend summers running a fly fishing business in Estes Park held their summer wedding just outside Aspen, Colorado.
Photographer: Timothy Faust Photography//Jewelry:Macy's//Dress Designer:Maggie Sottero//Cake Designer: Mountain Flour//Jewelry: Shane Co.//Dress Store: The Bridal Collection//Bridesmaid Dresses: The Bridal Collection Denver//