Copper Mountain Wedding Photographer
Copper Mountain Wedding Photographer. The last time we caught up with Kristin and Justin was during their Denver engagement session. They’ve been busy since then. Busy creating their own DIY wedding up in Summit County, Colorado. Copper Mountain to be exact. And when I say busy, I’m talking ‘spreadsheets.’ You may think Kristin is the one meticulously planning her special day with perfect rows and columns. She’s certainly been busy, but it’s Justin who’s been deep into making sure everything goes as planned. The reason I point this out, is because most grooms are busy saying things like “sure, ok dear, whatever you want…” Of course, all grooms dearly love their brides, but genetics can get the best of them. And so it’s very refreshing to see a guy so invested in making sure that, not only is his soon-to-be wife taken care of, but that all the guests have a really great and memorable time. And that’s just what Kristin and Justin created. Not just for one special day, but for four days–mostly guests from their homestate of Ohio–were comforted, offered a legitimate vacation in the Rocky Mountains, and certainly well-fed–thanks to their buddy, “Chef,” who they flew out from Ohio to divinely craft every meal for the two-large-mountain-homes full of their loved ones. The thing is, even though the wonderfully artistic couple (and their ring-bearer dog) were so involved in creating so much (like the flowers, bowties, decorating every last thing, even acting as skilled bartenders–which doubled as their receiving line), they remained the mellow, fun people that they are. To give you an idea–Plan A was to get married on a mountain top, but because there were intermittent bands of thunderstorms rolling through all day–mixed with beautiful sunshine, without any sign of disappointment, they went with Plan B and got married right inside one of the houses. And we ended up timing things perfectly and still got to go to Sapphire Point later that day to take some great wedding photos of the two of them. We also strapped on our lederhosen and ventured into Breckenridge to join the crowds enjoying Oktoberfest. So, what do you say we dive on into some of the photography from this fine celebration? Prost!