A year ago I was one lucky photographer and friend who got to document the wedding of Chris and Adriana. That was a fun, but slightly chilly day in Pueblo. We might have frozen the bridal party during the group photos … maybe. 😉
Happy Anniversary to Chris and Adriana!
So excited to be married!
Boys walking like the Beatles on the way to the ceremony from the hotel.
Adriana’s sister watching her closely. She was one happy flower girl!
Opening prayer for the ceremony.
Taking some down time on the couch … In the bathroom.
Can you say an awesome bridal party? Too much fun was had … even though they were freezing!
This is still the best Father-Daughter dance I’ve seen. Coordinated and everything!
Happy Anniversary to you two Beautiful people. Thank you for letting me capture these moments.
Chris and Adriana are also now the proud parents of little Leila. They have such a beautiful family and I’m so happy I’ve been able to follow them a long over this last year.
And one from Adriana’s Maternity Shoot. Had to include Little Leila too!
For the past few weeks I’ve been in Georgia and Alabama visiting friends and family. I left Colorado looking forward to the “warmer” temperatures and not having to worry about snow. I grabbed a sweater and a sweatshirt thinking I’d be fine. January 9th, the night I was supposed to return to Denver a massive snowstorm decided to hit both Denver and Atlanta. Instead of worrying about being stranded in the Atlanta airport for 3 days I changed my flight to come home the next Sunday. And I am so glad I did! It has been a blast covering this major snow storm in the south.
Ok. Yes. It is a major storm. No, I’m not being a sissy. I’m a Colorado-grown mountain girl. I’ve been in plenty of blizzards, I’ve had to drive to school in a 12″ of snow because they didn’t call a snow day. in the winter, 20 degrees is considered warm.
But it is different in the South. They are not at all equipped to handle snow. Let alone almost nine inches. Nine inches of wet snow. That has two inches of ice on top of it.
Here are just a few photos from the storm. Check out the online gallery at the Athens Banner-Hearld for some more images from the storm coverage.
A year ago, I was on my way to the Broadmoor hotel in Colorado Springs to shoot Miles and Tonya’s wedding. It’s amazing how much has changed in a year. I love each of the couples that I worked with this year. And I am thankful to all of them for letting me capture their moments. Tonya and Miles were so much fun to work with it was not even work! Congratulations to the both of them on their one year anniversary!