This styled shoot could not have gone any better than it did. Colorado weather can be crazy, especially in April. But we had big blue skies and warm breezes all day. I planned this shoot without a planner or coordinator, and man was I nervous about that! I was worried I wouldn’t find enough people interested but I could not have been more wrong! The amount of support and vendors that wanted to come and be apart of this shoot was amazing. I worked with some of the BEST vendors in Colorado, truly stunning work and wonderful people in general.
Our models were already married which was a huge plus, because we were able to pose them as intimately as we liked, and they also loved getting to relive their wedding day. We started off in Longmont for hair and makeup, along with me and the videographer. Once everyone was set to go we all headed up to Devil’s Backbone in Loveland. Everyone joined us and was so helpful with everything. We didn’t spend too much time here, because we had so much land waiting for us at our next location!
We were heading up to a horse property not far from Devil’s Backbone, it is actually where I keep my horse! They have amazing mountain views and expansive pastures to explore. We got our A-Frame up and built, unloaded the vintage furniture, the old vintage cars pulled up, the florist attached her arrangements to the props, we grabbed a horse, and we were ready for all of it. We ended up also getting the best golden hour and sunset which was the icing on the cake. All the vendors stayed the whole day to help out and be involved. Once the sun went down and it was time for blue hour, we wrapped the A-Frame with a bunch of Christmas lights and popped some champagne in the dark! I love night photography since I am such an avid off camera flash user. It was a great ending to the most smoothly executed styled shoot. Couldn’t have asked for more.