Zach & Michelle’s Take:
One of the greatest parts of planning a Colorado wedding is the abundance of amazing venues that are available and all the amazing views. When planning an outdoor wedding in May the weather could go either way. Colorado weather is so unpredictable, so you either have to be fully committed to the outdoor ceremony or have a solid indoor option that you love as much as the outdoor. David and Ashley were committed and it paid off because the weather and day were gorgeous.
We love when we get to shoot weddings where the guest range all the way from close and extended family to school friends from all different times of each of their lives… plus church friends, sports friends, and neighbors. Sitting in the pasture of the Wild Basin Lodge you could tell that the air was filled with love, and the setting was a perfect accompaniment.
The rest of the evening was filled with great food, fine craft beers (Jason would’ve loved the assortment) and lots and lots of dancing. We know that every wedding is unique in its own way, but it so great to see ones that put so much emphasis on the marriage and celebration.
Jason & Gina’s Take:
Jason and I value great food and craft beer almost as much as we value our close friends and family. Based on their wedding day, David and Ashley do, too. Their love-filled celebration was capped with good eats and a cold brews. Surrounded by their family (of all varieties), they said “I do” in one of the most beautiful places on earth. There is something about a secluded ceremony location that makes a wedding feel intimate and that’s exactly what David and Ashley had in mind.