There comes a point in a photographer’s career when they feel like they’re doing what they were made to do. As a wedding photographer, I witness a lot of love..commitment..celebration. But it’s rare to see an entire wedding — some 100 people — all so in sync, laughing in unison, crying in unison, celebrating the incredible steps of life that lead two people to that day. It’s genuine, it’s present, and it’s unfazed by details that often compete with the real reason of marriage. What a humbling experience.
I can’t begin to preface the pure emotion in Amy & Amy’s wedding day. Maybe it has something to do with the extra hardship they faced in their relationship that made their day extra sweet. Maybe it was just a rare culmination of events that lead some of the most incredible people together on one spot of earth for that one day. Rather than try to explain every detail of their day, I think the saying “Pictures are worth a thousand words” fits this occasion well. My job of storytelling can be left to these beautiful images I was able to capture on August 31, 2013 at the Double A Barn in Grand Lake, Colorado.
Decorations | Home made by the Amy’s and friends
Catering | Stone Creek Catering, Grand Lake, Colorado