Rachel & Adam planned a simple, fun, upbeat Colorado Springs Pioneer Museum wedding last month and made the most of their celebration. The historic courthouses and vintage lighting provided a ton of moody ambiance to the indoor ceremony, which was kept intimate with just close family and dear friends in attendance. Rachel actually knitted her own flowers in shades of blue, which contrasted perfectly with the warm tones of the interior, and she stunned in a dramatic ballgown paired with her naturally curly hair. Adam let his goofy side show all day – I loved that he could embrace being fully himself on this celebratory day. After the short and sweet ceremony in the judge’s quarters, the newlyweds and I explored all the great photo spots on the second floor. I just loved all the rich colors and textures in this unique wedding venue. Photography was the splurge for these two, and they were able to enjoy high quality and colorful Colorado wedding photography that captured the fun and candid moments of their day for years to come. This wedding really started my 2020 season off to a great start, as their end of the night portrait added a big splash of creativity to their gallery! Congratulations you two, and thank you for having me along on your best day ever!