When you've been engaged for 3 of the 5 years you've been together, an intimate wedding can be the perfect way to celebrate! The Rocky Mountains in Colorado provided a beautiful backdrop for this couple's springtime wedding ceremony.Read More
I've been dreaming of working on another snowy, wintry elopement like this dreamy mountain elopement! Fresh snow and extra photography time made this afternoon in Breckenridge one to remember!Read More
The Lodge and Spa at Breckenridge has been the setting for hundreds of brides and grooms exchanging their vows in the Rocky Mountains. Call and ask for Rhonda, the manager who can start the process of you planning your event at a wedding venue that sits above 10,200 feet. Not far from this lodge is Boreas Pass road, and is a great spot for panoramic photo shoots.
[ lodge and spa ]
"Steve has been living and working behind the camera in a professional capacity since 1996, photographing people in various stages of life. From babies and families, to Weddings and back to babies. Steve specializes in weddings and portraits in a lifestyle approach and has always drawn his inspiration from the energy of those he photographs."
The photographs in this blog are courtesy of Steve Tinetti Photography. You can check out his Facebook page here.
After a summer of weddings at our flower shop in Breckenridge, we get to enjoy fall a bit. We still have weddings for the next few weeks before it really slows down, but the fall colors really motivate you to get out and enjoy the outdoors. Dina rode around the lake and up to Montezuma, just outside of Keystone, and we talked about how that area would be great for a local photo session.
I sent Kay a message and asked her to take some photos of her backyard. You see, Kay lives near Keystone, Colorado and per our request, captured some images for you all to enjoy. Thanks Kay! Oh, and she says that if you mention this "Fall Colors 2011" blog, she'll hook you up with a 10% savings. Now, that's sweet!
I asked Kay for a few words to share about this time of the year and how it makes her feel...
"Fall in Summit County happens so darn fast.... one day the hills are ALIVE with color, and then they are gone. Freezing temperatures, shorter days, and less moisture all effect this beautiful season... but it brings so much WARMTH to photos of all kinds. As photographers we avoid the harsh mid-day sun with most portraits and weddings, but in fall sometimes it can be as warm and golden as can be mid day because of all that yellow and gold brightening our skies. I LOVE fall! And so sad to see it move on so fast...."
Photos courtesy of Kay Beaton.
Photos in this blog were courtesy of Kay Beaton!
Please let Kay know that you saw this blog on Summit Mountain Weddings and that you read wedding blogs to find creative inspiration and meet potential vendors for your special day! If you have a question or two you’d like us to ask any of the vendors, please contact us and we'll post it on our blog!