Helpful Resources

How to Handle Bad Weather

Steamboat Springs elopement in winter

Colorado is known for crazy weather. You can get snow any time from October to May, and the afternoon rain in summer is no joke. But don’t let that stop you from having an outdoor wedding – you just need these tips to know how to handle anything Colorado throws your way!

6 Reasons to Elope on a Weekday

Sunrise hiking elopement in Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado elopement photographer

If you’re dreaming of eloping in the Colorado mountains, choosing a weekday will help you avoid crowds of hikers and tourists. But there are more perks than just privacy!

Best Months to Elope in Colorado

Hiking adventure elopement in the Colorado mountains, Boulder wedding photographer, Indian Peaks Wilderness elopement

Did you know the Colorado mountains are usually covered in snow until the end of June? Or that winter arrives again in October? You’ll want to read this post before picking a date!

Elopement Flowers

Elopement wedding bouquet by Fawns Leap

Not sure if you want flowers for your elopement, or how to go about ordering bouquets and boutonnieres? I interviewed Rachel from a florae to get all her best tips!

I knew that Nina would be a great photographer for us and that we would receive incredible photos. What I didn’t know at the time was how much fun Nina is as a person and that I was gaining a friend as well!

Leading up to the wedding, Nina was available for advice on our timeline, vendors, and pretty much anything else I threw out at her. During the wedding, she was super fun to have around and she mastered the “there-but-not-there” aspect of a photographer. It felt like she had a lot of fun which helped me relax even more.

Nina provided us with absolutely breathtaking photos. She really captured us as a couple and provided the best experience that we could have imagined.

Rachel and Mike, intimate wedding in Breckenridge