I met Jason & Megan in Denver’s LoDo for engagement photos last summer (I’m a bit behind in my blogging…you’ll have to forgive me, but I’m trying to catch up!). Jason is in the air force and brought his military uniform for some of the shots – and I’m so excited about the throw-back look some of those shots have. This bride-to-be glowed with her fiance, and I can’t wait for you to see their wedding photos (when I finally get around to posting them!).
You’re about to meet one of my very favorite people in the entire world – my little sister, Michelle. And today is her birthday! So in honor of her loveliness, I’ve created a blog post just for her. She is one talented lady – she has her own handmade Etsy Shop (Rosy Blu Handmade) and vintage Etsy Shop (Rosy Blu Vintage), plus the fabulous Rosy Blu blog with all sorts of great tips for good living, good eating and surrounding yourself with only BLU things (beautiful, loved or useful). Here’s a photo I took of her near her garden for her blog – and let me assure you that photographing your own sister is one of the most fun things to do in life.
Brook & Eric had a beautiful autumn day for their engagement photos in downtown Denver in the LoDo area. Watch for their wedding photos next summer – this couple is sure to be stunning; they were incredibly natural in front of the camera and so fun to photograph!
You may remember Sweet Pea from her one-year portraits. Well, Isabelle is two now and we got to see her high energy and curiosity, plus how adorable she is when she’s tired (check out the first photo – so sweet). Rachel and Will are expecting daughter #2 in October, and Rachel is one of those lucky gorgeous moms with the basketball belly. You barely even notice it in the photo of Rachel helping Isabelle balance on the fence, right?
Patrick and Christina (aka Chrissy) were married in the foothills of Boulder, CO at the Greenbriar Inn. I used to work with Christina in my “former life” (before going full time with photography) so this was a really special wedding for me to photograph. Christina is one of the most organized people I’ve ever met, and it all paid off as the day went off without a hitch. The DIY wedding details were perfect, from the burlap table runners and mason jar flowers to the P+C puzzle pieces for guests to sign and adorable “Here Comes The Bride” banner.
Here’s a throw-back post with a few photos I took for a Cortez, Colorado winery called Sutcliffe Vineyards.