Elopement, Styled Shoot

Soft, Fairytale Micro Wedding Inspiration

July 28, 2020
Soft, Fairytale Micro Wedding Inspiration

Colorado Styled Shoot

Madison, of Amara Collective, dreamt up this styled shoot nestled between the terra-cotta rocks at Red Rocks Amphitheater in Littleton, Colorado. The soft colors and stunning tablescape bring this boho micro wedding inspiration to life.

The Inspiration

This vision started with the landscape that Amara Collective has been eyeing for years. The dream was to take the red rocks found in a meadow, and turn it into something extravagant. Red Rocks Amphitheater receives all the hype in Colorado, however, little do out-of-state guests know Colorado has massive terra-cotta rocks sprinkled all throughout the state. I want newly engaged couples to know that they don’t need a venue to make their dreams come true.

With micro events trending the outdoors and everything natural can be a dream venue, or even a dream elopement destination. I had hopes to tie in desert appeal, and also enjoy the lush greenery Colorado has to offer with the meadows. I also wanted a boho, vintage vibe, but keep things modern and elegant throughout this shoot. We were able to utilize both the mountains, grassland meadows, the rocks, and cave to create everything that was envisioned. The open air and the natural lighting gave the photographers the options to shoot into the light and create some fairy-tale looking imagery, especially as the sunset. Throughout the shoot, we had some wildlife join us and get some amazing shots with the bride. Just as the sun was setting, deer were galavanting throughout the field and made a few passes back and forth through our set up.

– Wedding Coordinator + Designer, Amara Collective

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