Maureen + Cameron
When we got engaged, we designed a beautiful outdoor wedding at a ranch in Monument, Colorado… and then COVID happened. But at that point, we already had our rings engraved with our date, so we decided our ~fate~ date was sealed. Suddenly, our 100 person wedding shrank to just our immediate families (and dogs) with only one month to plan. We were frantic and stressed – to say the least. But by the time the day arrived and we had our first look, we knew we couldn’t have planned it any more perfectly. We were married on Maureen’s family’s ranch in a meadow beneath the San Juan mountains. To make it even more special, we were the first couple to get married on the ranch since its homesteading in 1912. The weather was perfect. Maureen was gorgeous. Cameron was pretty good looking, too. But, our Siberian husky ring bearer stole the show during the ceremony. We finished the day with great barbecue and even better company. COVID or not, we still wish we could go back to that day and relive it again.
– Bride and Groom, Maureen + Cameron
The bride is an ER doc in Boston. She’s dealing with a lot during the time of COVID-19. This couple went through many ups and downs of trying to make this wedding happen including a water main break at their location the week before their wedding. After so much, it’s uplifting to see this head-over-heels couple get to wed in such a meaningful way. Their ceremony location was even near her grandmother’s gravesite on the property!
– Colorado Wedding and Portrait Photographer, Sweet Like Pie