Winston and Cristin chose to have a winter engagement session in Telluride Colorado. Because they are celebrating their “I do’s” this summer in Vail, Colorado. They thought the winter session would be a lovely contrast to their Summer wedding images. I couldn’t agree more. With their girl’s in tow, we started in Mountain Village at… Read More
Telluride Engagement Session on New Years Eve. I met these two little gems for their Telluride Engagement on New Year’s Eve. We’d only talked on the phone and emailed leading up to their Telluride engagement and then elopement. We were instant friends. I mean INSTANT-FRIENDS. When I’m able to connect with my couples on that… Read More
Beautiful engagement images begin with… Oh me, oh my! Your left hand has been getting in a workout ever since your fiancé put that beautiful rock on it, and you are oozing with excitement at the thought of wedding planning! Sound at all like you? If it does, let’s document this special time in your… Read More
A cool Idea for your engagement photographs You spent all that time planning your engagement session, from the location, to the clothes, endless searches on Pinterest for the perfect poses and you have all of these gorgeous photographs so now what?!! Well, here’s a cool idea for your engagement photographs and the power of print…. Read More
Telluride winter engagement photo ideas and poses to inspire your own session Your Telluride winter engagement session is a once in a lifetime opportunity to capture this special moment in time. That feeling that you feel, knowing that you’re going to spend the rest of your life with your true love. This special time to… Read More
I love it when couples incorporate their dogs into a Telluride engagement session. Something about Telluride and dogs. I love dogs. I’m a huge dog lover. It always adds an element of surprise and gives a little spontaneity to the session PLUS how could you not incorporate the whole fam! No matter where in the… Read More
The Observatory at Alta Lakes, Telluride Wedding
Telluride Wedding, The First Look
I urge my couples to do first looks for multiple reasons. First, it gives you the chance to soak it in, embrace, and experience the emotions without hundreds of pairs of eyes on you. Second, it allows us to knock out the posed photos so we can cruise through the festivities with candid shots that you’ll love. Lastly, it gives me the chance to sneak into your reception during cocktail hour and photograph all of the hard work you’ve done!
The reason Graham and Gaby chose a first look, is they wanted that time alone. Even with only 7 people in attendance to their wedding, they wanted that time. With a small wedding there really isn’t a timeline, there’s an outline but no timeline. You’re able to take the day as it comes and enjoy every moment.
The Wedding at the Observatory
Their ceremony was heartfelt, emotional and absolutely stunning with the Observatory’s gorgeous backdrop. They walked each other down the aisle and Andy Konigsmark from Alpine Chapel was their officiant.
Why wouldn’t you have a little fun during your family portraits? Yes, I have an outline of the family photographs I always capture but I like to make it fun, unexpected. Spontaneity is where the magic can happen in a photograph. It’s my secret weapon. In the photo above, aren’t you wondering what was said so that everyone looks so relaxed and happy?
After the ceremony we had all the time in the world to explore the beautiful property and try different things! Bottom line, to capture THEIR love , THEIR relationship…..THEM! 🙂
And when you’re at the Observatory, I highly recommend the canoe, because why wouldn’t you on your wedding day?!!
A table set for 9 and a lovely meal prepared by all of them was how I left this amazing family. Loved this wedding at the Observatory in Telluride Colorado.
Hi I’m Kaycee Joubert, owner of Real Life Photographs, and I love to capture moments that are gone in a blink of an eye and turn them into extraordinary heirlooms. You know the kind of photos that transport you the minute you hold them in your hands. I’ve been in your shoes, I’ve planned a wedding, and I know now that long after the cake has been eaten, and your dress has been hung, your photography will be one of the only things that remains after your special, precious day. These are your first heirlooms as a new family, so please choose someone who will cherish them as much as you will. I look forward to connecting with you! Thanks for stopping by–CHEERS! Whether you’re getting married in Telluride, Colorado or somewhere else in the world Real Life Photographs documents weddings all over the world!
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10 Reasons to be Married in Telluride, Colorado this Winter! Featured in Rocky Mountain Bride a few winters back, I thought I would bring it to my blog for these wonderful insights in to getting married this winter in Telluride Colorado. Written by my dear friend Holli Owen who works for Telluride Ski and Golf,… Read More
Ouray Colorado Engagement! What a blast I had photographing this Ouray, Colorado Engagement session. Kevin and Natasha have been dating for over 9 years and I’ve had the honor of knowing them for about 8 of them. Lucky me! I am so excited that they will be married next summer in Ouray, Colorado. Here is a… Read More
Awe, Engagement Photographs! Having just photographed a beautiful engagement photography session in Telluride, Colorado a few days ago, I had this thought on my drive home. How can I help my friends and others get the best wedding and engagement photographs? First, Make sure that you connect with your photographer. As corny as this… Read More