My first post for the new month is this wonderful Texas couple, Dana and Tommy. We started their Breckenridge elopement pictures at the Summit County Courthouse. Dana and Tommy and three other couples traveled here for the wedding. They rented a cabin together, and made a spring, mountain vacation out of it. No doubt it was chillier than they had hoped, but that crazy Colorado high country could have been way worse. At least no blizzards on their wedding day! After a quick ceremony with a Clear Creek County judge, we captured a few photos in the courthouse parking lot. Where else besides Colorado can you get these pretty of views in a parking lot LOL? Dana wanted to change out of her white dress, into a black and purple floral dress for the bulk of their wedding day portraits.
After Dana changed dresses, we headed out to Sapphire Point. I am thankful there wasn’t really any rain, but the mountains were largely blocked by the clouds. These two handled it so well, and were still thrilled with the way the photos turned out. Of course the adorable resident chipmunks had to photobomb our newlyweds! After some great shots at Sapphire Point, we headed five minutes down the road to the field near Windy Point Campground. Dana and Tommy had a nice wooden elopement sign made, with their June 1st wedding date. We were sure to get photos with this at both locations, with just the two of them, as well as with their group of friends. The rain started to pick up a little bit, and the temperature was dropping, so we called it a day. I am so glad we were able to get a ton of great photos first!
For even more Sapphire Point elopement photos that I love, check out Jennifer and David’s gorgeous wedding HERE!
This is definitely one of my favorites from Dana and Tommy’s Breckenridge elopement pictures. I love that movement, the pretty views, and their sweet expressions!
Thank you so much Dana and Tommy! It may not have been perfect weather, but it was a truly perfect day regardless. Wishing you a lifetime of happiness together. Next on the blog, Carolina’s college graduation portraits from the Colorado School of Mines. Check back soon!