May 2, 2019
Hi!! I am so excited to finally share this styled bohemian fall Colorado elopement at Loveland Pass. These Colorado mountain views are out of this world breathtaking and one of the most perfect places to elope, hint hint.
Let me tell you, this was such an amazing opportunity to be a part of. Leah and I had the chance to attend the Dust and Light photography workshop in Copper Mountain, Colorado. Stepping out of Montana was such an amazing experience, and the world holds so much more for us to explore. I had really wanted to get a foot in the door for doing destination weddings and elopements, I am so glad that I did not tell myself no. The bohemian elopement was the second shoot we had at the workshop. All of the ladies and I woke up at the crack of dawn for sunrise. With the high mountain elevation and the strong winds, I have never been so cold my entire life! The models were so outstanding, Kimmie had just had surgery, what!?! They braved the cold with only one little warmup break in the car.
The session started with a little hike, where the couple read sweet little words from their vow books, and it was a true elopement was really happening. The love and emotion was truly heartfelt. You can’t help but fall in love with how much they love each other. The rest of the morning was spent at a different spot overlooking the mountains leading up to Loveland Pass. Everything was beyond perfect and amazing. My creative brain was going crazy, and this is what makes me fall in love with being a photographer for love stories. Also, the bohemian vibes were on point.
There may be way too many images of this styled bohemian Fall Colorado elopement, but it was all so beautiful and it was so hard to narrow down the images. So, make sure that you scroll all the way to the end, and it only gets better and better. As a wedding and elopement photographer, Colorado is just the beginning to many adventures and elopements in incredible places!
A huge round of applause goes to the outstanding creatives who put this together. The moody tones and the colors, and of course all of the pretty little details. Jaci Vigil, Floral: Hazel Avenue Floral Jewelry: Burnt Ash Design, Gown by Pronovias and provided by Mimi’s Bridal. Models were Kimmie and Sebastian.