Woah. That’s the first thing I gotta say when I think of Rachel and Enoch’s small wedding in Silverton, Colorado. In case you didn’t know, Silverton is a small mining town located in Southern Colorado. To reach it from Denver you can drive on I-70 and drop down from Grand Junction, driving through gorgeous places such as Telluride and Ouray (I enjoyed the 6 hour drive as much as a I loved shooting the wedding! It’s seriously that gorgeous). Colorado is such a beautiful state with a vast array of scenery to enjoy. I honestly could never get sick of exploring my own state.
These two traveled from Texas with a small group of family and friends to exchange their vows out in the open with a beautiful backdrop of the San Juan mountain range. Cowboy hats and copious amounts of turquoise jewelry were worn, beers were sipped during the ceremony, homemade BBQ was the food served, and everything was so laidback about the entire day. This is what I love about small weddings, they are casual and inherently fit the people who are getting married. Trust me. Not everything went to plan. They were running late and some of the music cut off during the ceremony, but guess what? They STILL got married. And it was touching nonetheless. I swear I have never seen a groom cry more over the beauty of his bride than Enoch. Rachel was truly a sight and so was their love for each other. Nothing was more Colorado wedding vibes than this, especially by being in a place that is so Colorado (Silverton).
Thanks to Aspen Coast Studio I was able to shoot a wedding that fit my aesthetic as a photographer. I love working for such an amazing studio, where it can help me build my brand while simultaneously building theirs. I can’t wait to share my next wedding!