Jason and I welcomed a wonderful new addition to our family this summer. However, the birth of our little man meant I did not shoot in June. For the first time in our business, Jason and I weren’t shooting together and it was weird. I cherished the weeks I got to spend with our newborn, but was surprised how much I missed wedding days with Jason. I’m excited to say that I shot my first wedding ‘back in action’ last weekend. And, while it was so hard to leave Henry, I had a blast being back beside my man!!
While I was chilling at home with Henry, our partner photographer Zach took my place with Jason in Steamboat for Hannah and Sean’s wedding. I couldn’t wait to see the images! It was interesting, and quite delightful, to not be able to differentiate which shots were Jason’s and which were Zach’s. I shouldn’t have been surprised… because that is why we hired Zach (and Michelle) as partner photographers in the first place! Their personalities and style are perfect. It totally gave me peace of mind about being away and reassurance that we chose the right partner photographers to join our photographer family!
Steamboat Springs is one of my favorite places in the world. Summer or Winter, this area offers some of Colorado’s most beautiful scenery… as well as outdoor activities. In fact, I can’t wait for my annual backpacking trip (just a week from now) in the Flat Tops Wilderness Area near Steamboat. This year, we’ll be navigating Devil’s Causeway, then about ten miles deep into the wilderness for some remote fly fishing.
Steamboat is also one of those perfect locations for and outdoor wedding. With a ceremony/reception set up near the river, Hannah and Sean, in full view of all the beauty Colorado offers, tied the knot… and had a crazy awesome party.
Hannah and Sean’s wedding was perfectly planned and executed by Lindsey with One Fine Day Productions.