Elopement photographed by Antoinette
Turning a cold winters day into a special elopement story
Emily & Peter had originally planned to share their vows in the presence of their closest friends and family in Rocky Mountain National Park’s Lily lake, however, mother nature had different plans. After attempting to take some portraits at Lily, we realized that it was going to be too windy for their wedding ceremony, so we had to pivot. We packed everything up & I did a quick trip around downtown Estes Park to find the perfect spot that would still be beautiful but would also be tolerable. We landed on a quaint bridge near a local coffee shop. Their ceremony was simple yet intentional. It celebrated the beauty of marriage and shared how the gospel redeems and glorifies our failures and mistakes in covenant relationship. Since we hadn’t been able to finish our couple portraits before the ceremony, we decided to warm up and then reconnect in Fort Collins for couple portraits. There was a light dusting of snow and we arrived right as the sun was setting to create a beautiful scene for winter wedding photos.
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