Engagement season is here! Hip-hip-hooray!
With all the love and excitement in the air, Rocky Mountain Bride has teamed up with some of the top photographers in the Rocky Mountain region (Members of the Vendor Collective) to share some of their favorite locations to capture newly engaged couples.
So if you’ve got some new bling to show off this holiday season and beyond, stay tuned.
First up, Colorado. Grace Gatto Photography is sharing her top 5 go to locations in the Colorado area. So if you’re not sure where to go, consider scoping out some of the below locations! You won’t be disappointed. Trust us!
Loveland Pass is amazing due to the endless amount of space there is to run around in. Plus it has 360° mountain views. I love movement in my photos, so the more space the better. Combining that with a beautiful mountain backdrop every way you look, it doesn’t get any better.
The best part about Rocky Mountain National Park is the variety of different scenery you can get within the park. Just short drives from one another, you’re able to access lakes, mountains, and waterfalls making for the best views. If you’re looking for some variation in your photos – Rocky Mountain National Park is the place to head.
Be sure to have your photographer check into permits with the National Parks Service.
Sapphire Point is able to give you everything you’re looking for if you’re wanting some classic Colorado scenery. With Lake Dillion below and the ski slopes in the background, you get the best of both worlds: water and mountains!
Something I really love about the Paint Mines is that it is something completely different than your typical Colorado mountain photo. The rock formations at the Paint Mines make it look like you’re on a different planet. The Paint Mines are sure to give you a unique twist to your photos.
I love shooting at the Sand Dunes. Again, the Sand Dunes give you a lot of space to run around in and it’s beautiful. It’s hard to believe this location is in Colorado, but if you’re up for a little hike up the sand, you’ll get the most beautiful mountain views with sand you’ll see for what seems like miles.
To see more of Grace Gatto’s work, click here!
Stay tuned next week for the next location.