ENGAGEMENTS

The engagement session is often included in the wedding photography package (Or $450 a la carte).  See recent e-sessions here or see the bottom of this page for location ideas. 

SHOULD WE DO AN ENGAGEMENT SESSION?     YES! The best wedding photos are made when my couple is extremely comfortable with me and the camera- that’s why I ask couples to spend a few hours with me before the wedding! I truly want to capture your most natural and intimate moments – so we have to get to know each other. Plus you get gorgeous photos and an afternoon of smooching your fiancee out of it! 

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My Favorite Colorado Engagement Session Locations

Click on each image to see an engagement session at each location. 

St. Mary’s Glacier

Just an hour from Denver, this epic alpine lake is best in early morning. Idaho Springs, COClick to see an engagement session at St Marys Glacier

The Flatirons

I know the places to go that won’t be as crowded as Chautauqua. Best in late afternoon.  Boulder, COClick to see an Engagement at the Flatirons

Lily Lake

Just inside Rocky Mountain National Park, Lily lake is an easy loop hike with views, views, views. Best in Fall. Estes Park, COClick to see and Engagement session at Lily Lake

Emerald Lake & Dream Lake

For those up for a hike, dream lake and emerald lake are spectacular. Best at sunrise. Estes Park, COClick to see an engagement session at Emerald Lake and Dream Lake

Sunflower Fields

Seasonal, unfortunately, but in August this spot is unbeatable in late afternoon. Aurora, CO. 

Click to see an engagement at Denver Sunflowers

Roxborough State Park

Like a sibling to Red Rocks, this beautiful spot has those towering rock formations with even better views. Littleton, CO
Click to see an engagement session at Roxborough State Park

Maroon Bells

The iconic maroon bells, surrounded by aspen forests, at pure heaven. Aspen, CO 

Click to see an engagement at the Maroon Bells

Union Station

A historic building with a huge variety of cool photo spots. Denver, CO

Click to see an engagement session at Union Station

Rocky Mountain National Park

If you want stunning, majestic landscapes with you in them, this is an obvious choice! Estes Park, CO


Click to see an engagment session at Rocky Mountain National Park

Horsetooth Reservoir

The west side of the reservoir has little shade, but great views of the res and mountain peaks. Fort Collins, CO

Click to see an engagement session at Horsetooth Reservoir

Adams Falls & East Inlet

An easy hike to a dramatic waterfall, beautiful mountain meadow and mixed forest. Grand Lake, CO

Click to see an Engagement at Adams Falls & East Inlet

Nederland 

I know a secluded, seldom seen place with mountain peak views, aspens, and wildflowers in summer. No facilities. Click to see an Engagement Session in Nederland

Rifle Falls State Park

One of the biggest waterfall views in the state also features limestone caves. Rifle, COClick to see an engagement session at Rifle Falls

Echo Lake

Meadows, mountains, sunsets and a beautiful lake make up this deep sky area. Idaho Springs, CO. 

Click to see an Engagement session at Echo Lake

Poudre Canyon

Steep canyon walls and mountain views by the Cache La Poudre river. Fort Collins, CO

Click to see Engagement Photos in Poudre Canyon

Clear Creek

The quaint downtown and ice-blue clear creek make a great location in any season.  Golden, CO. 

Click to see Engagement photos in Downtown Golden

Trail Ridge Road

This above-the treeline area can be windy, but the views are unparalleled. Estes Park, CO


Click to see engagement photos on Trail Ridge Road

Boreas Pass

Coming soon..

 

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