Amber and Aaron met on a set up ski date at Arapahoe Basin in Colorado. They hit it off on that first chairlift ride, and have been together ever since. I met Aaron through the Summit County search and rescue team, and I was honored when he and Amber asked me to photograph their wedding at Loveland Ski Area.
They are both avid outdoor enthusiasts, especially when it comes to skiing. Because of that they had no fears about driving up the mountain to get some great photos while the light was still good. Enjoy.
Venue: Dry Gulch Placer, Breckenridge, Colorado
Flowers: Lisa with Garden of Eden
Dress: Vanessa by Wtoo from Boulder Bridal
Menswear: Vera Wang from David’s Bridal
Catering: Moe’s BBQ
Cake: Blue Moon Bakery
Music: Jeff from Encore Events
Makeup: Alpine Spa & Salon
Kyle proposed to Katie on a vacation to Hawaii in 2013. They both had a lot of roots in Breckenridge, Colorado, so they decided to return here for their wedding at the rustic Dry Gulch Placer venue. A little rain on their wedding day sure didn’t dampen their spirits and made for some exciting photos in the rain. It was times just right, as the groom’s mother was doing a reading from the lyrics of John Denver’s Perhaps Love, featuring lyrics about thunder.
Ashley and Chris have an amazing lifestyle working for the airlines and traveling the country together. They have lived in nearly 40 states in the last two years. Being such an adventurous couple, it is no wonder that they decided to have their wedding in the mountains of Breckenridge, Colorado.
According to Bridebox.com, Timothy Faust Photography is among the top 20 destination wedding photographers in North America. After having photographed in places all over the United States as well as Europe and Asia, it is am amazing honor to be included on a list with such photographers as David Beckstead and Ben Chrisman.
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Jennifer and Said are an amazing couple. When I met them for their engagement session last year, they mentioned to me that they liked cycling, so we had that in common. It was only later that I discovered just how serious about it they are. Both of them are licensed road bike racers, and their passion for cycling came through in their wedding details from Said’s amazing crankset cufflinks, to the tandem bicycle cake topper, to the numerous cycling references made by their officiant, Micah.
They had a beautiful ceremony at the stunning Denver Botanic Gardens, which is possibly the most scenic venue in Denver, Colorado. In addition to the exotic outdoor gardens, the Denver Botanic Gardens also has a wonderfully lit indoor venue which was a dream to photograph in. I hope you enjoy the photos.
We recently had the first guided photo walk of the year. We spent two hours in Breckenridge learning about the history and photography. During the walk, I helped the group find a mother fox and her four kits who practically posed for our photographs. All in all it was a great experience for everyone.
Hopefully you will be able to join us this summer. The two hour photo walks happen twice a week in the evenings for only $20. To learn more or reserve your spot, just visit www.timothyfaust.com/workshops.
In anticipation of Pridefest happening in Denver this weekend, it got me thinking of how far the fight for marriage equality has progressed in the U.S. since I photographed my first same-sex marriage in California five years ago. When same sex marriage was legalized in California in 2008, my wonderful friends MJ and Pete were excited to begin planning their wedding, only to see the law change again later that year when Proposition 8 was passed, making it illegal again in California. They went ahead and continued their plans and had beautiful beach wedding surrounded by close family and friends.
In those five short years, we have seen tremendous progress for marriage equality in the country. Five years ago, only five states recognized same-sex marriage; all in New England. As of the time of writing this, 19 states and the District of Columbia have full recognition of same sex marriage, three more states, including here in Colorado, have limited recognition of civil partnerships, and eight more states have had their bans overturned but are pending appeals.
In fact, North Dakota is the only state there there is not a pending legal case on the status of same-sex marriage, and many legal scholars are predicting that it could be legal nation-wide as soon as June of 2015, which is only a year away. For an up to date look at the current legal status, check out this page from GayWeddings.com.
Of course, it really doesn’t effect what we do here. Since our start we have always believed in telling the story of love in all of its different forms. And our goal is to continue to photograph weddings and commitment ceremonies anywhere in the world. Join us in our support by visiting WedWeCan.com, or simply search for other gay-friendly wedding vendors in your area.