brian + taylor | colorado wedding photographer

Right after we moved back to Denver last summer, a wonderful woman by the name of Melanie contacted me--she was a wedding planner (find her on Facebook here) and had recently seen some of my work, and wanted to introduce me to a bride and groom she was working with.

Brian and Taylor were planning to get married in the mountains of Pine, Colorado, at Deer Creek Valley Ranch. The ceremony was in the fall, at the peak of fall colors, and the backdrop was Mt. Evans.


Oh, and she planned to ride in on a horse and carriage.

Sold again.

I'm really thankful for Melanie for having referred this couple my way. And I am even more thankful to Brian + Taylor for trusting in me to capture their most important day.

Congrats you two! I wish you a lifetime of happiness together!


P.S. - Go Broncos!!

P.S.S. - Your Maid of Honor had basically the funniest, and most amazing speech I have ever heard. I want to like, share a bottle of wine with her.


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