Weddings do a lot for tourism, especially when they are photographed in gorgeous locales. That might sound unromantic, but it's very true. A destination wedding doesn't have to be on a beach, but also in the beautiful mountain regions of the American West or in a city center of a major metropolis. Not only is a happy couple tying the knot in a beautiful setting, guests fly from all over to attend these nuptials based in popular destinations. Those same guests might linger a few more days after the wedding to take in the rest of the surroundings, creating a beautiful vacation for them, with the focus being a wedding. It's a win for all, really.
Today we have just the destination to share with you, where this gorgeous couple exchanged their vows to one another! This Rocky Mountain Wedding shot in Tabernash, Colorado, was photographed by a newcomer to the blog, Two One Photography. I am in love with the rustic imagery and charm of the wild wilderness, which offers a wealth of photo ops that the photog enjoyed to play with, as well as this beautiful couple.
I present to you Two One Photography!
Where do I begin with how gorgeous this wedding is? The bride is truly stunning! I love her dress, and how the veil just billows so elegantly from the Rocky Mountain breezes. The ceremony grounds are breathtaking as well, with gorgeous blue skies, the mountains nearby in the distance, the whole scenery is remarkable.
The color palette of orange, red and yellow hues is perfect for a late summer/early fall wedding, but also simply works for this mountain destination in general. I love the little touches throughout, like the boots, the wooden table numbers, the shots with the bridal party against the wooden gate-its all a charming fit for this Colorado ranch wedding.
Many thanks to Two One Photography for submitting to the blog your beautiful photography.
Photography: Two One Photography, Denver, Colorado
Venue: Devils Thumb Ranch, Tabernash, Colorado
Event Planner & Floral Design: Pick Me Floral and Event Design, Fraser, Colorado