When Lynnsey’s mom told me her daughter was getting married and asked if I did wedding photography I just about died from excitement. Kathy is one of the best (and prettiest) people on the planet so I knew her daughter and future son-in-law would be amazing as well.
And I wasn’t wrong. From the time of our first meeting over coffee (in which we went to two different Starbucks because my directions weren’t clear…thankfully they are incredibly gracious and we figured it out pretty quickly) we hit it off and I couldn’t wait to be their photographer.
This is the FIRST picture I took. Honestly, if this was the only picture that turned out from the entire session, I would have been happy! But no worries. There are 217 other amazing pictures in their gallery.
They are young and sweet and completely head over heels for each other.
Our engagement session couldn’t have gone any better. We had the most beautiful weather and the trees and grass were in full bloom.
Lynnsey grew up in Ken Caryl Valley so it only made sense to do the pictures up in that beautiful neighborhood. It was completely magical.
They are complete naturals in front of the camera and their love shines through each and every photo. And Lynnsey….this dress is PERFECTION!!!
When I was driving to the park where we were going to start our session I noticed this beautiful white tree at the entrance to the neighborhood. I knew I wanted to bring them back to the tree and when we came back we had company. Can you see the deer laying in the grass in the background of these pictures? Thankfully they weren’t bothered a bit by us being there!
Can you see our little photobombers?
There are so many beautiful spots up in the valley!
Lynnsey works for a jeweler up in Ft. Collins so I knew her ring would be amazing. Can you believe this???? The rose gold is so beautiful, but the uniqueness of the green gold forged with a special Japanese technique called Mokume Gane puts it in a whole new class. In case you want to know more about it…..Wikipedia says “Mokume-gane fuses several layers of differently colored precious metals together to form a sandwich of alloys called a “billet.” The billet is then manipulated in such a way that a pattern resembling wood grain emerges over its surface”. That might be more information than you wanted to know…..but all I know is that this is stunning and so unique!!!
Pair it with Lynnsey’s rose gold shoes and boom…instant favorite detail photo.
These two are so much fun!
I had a hard time stopping this session (hence the 200 photos). But these were the final images of the evening as the sun was going down. It felt like we were in Ireland and not Littleton.
I can’t wait for their wedding next summer. Do I really have to wait a whole year??? I am sure that 2019 will be here before I know it but I am going to be practically dying of anticipation until then.