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Kimberly and Shelby's Spring Wedding in Eastern Colorado - Country Wedding Photographer

Kimberly and Shelby met on right before COVID shut down the world. They spent a lot of time talking on the phone and FaceTiming, which strengthened their friendship before they even met in person. Eventually, they were able to meet up for dinner at a nearby steakhouse and quickly became inseparable.

Fast forward a bit, Shelby and Kimberly took their dogs for a hike up to an overlook with beautiful mountain views. Shelby was oddly quiet and wouldn't allow her to put their house key in his pocket... Kimberly was oblivious. When they arrived to the overlook, Shelby asked Kimberly to marry him. It was perfect, just them and their dogs. Of course, she said YES!

Kimberly grew up on a vast ranch in the Kremmling area, so it was fitting to celebrate their engagement with photos on that property. We met this past April for photos and had the most beautiful evening.

They now live waaaaay out in eastern Colorado and chose to have their wedding at Beecher Island, a former battlefield ground. It's now a beautiful park and summer camp, rich with history. Every detail was perfect, from Kimberly's amazing earrings to the family namesake milk jugs that were passed down from past generations.

Congrats, you two! So much love and blessings as you walk together in this new chapter of your lives.

The couple's biggest wedding planning advice: "Enjoy all of the moments and keep what matters the most in the front of your mind. At the end of the day you will be married, and that is the whole point! Don't sweat the small things, it goes by too quickly and you won't remember the small problems anyway!"

Vendor Dream Team:

Venue: Beecher Island, Wray CO

Flowers: Leigh Floral & family

Hair: Twissted Scissors

Makeup: Brittany Timmer

Groom's Attire: Men's Wearhouse

2nd Photographer: McGonzo Photo



Jun 13, 2022

All of the pictures turned out great!!


Jun 11, 2022

Sarah, thank you SO much for everything!! You did an amazing job!!!!

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