Courtney & Lawson.
I just love these two. Being from Texas but having roots in Colorado, the pair decided on an Aspen wedding after getting engaged in Boulder. Of course, we had to follow suit with their engagement pictures in Rocky Mountain National Park! I love that we incorporated fly fishing into their session, as it’s a huge passion of Lawson’s! Who says engagement photos can’t be fun for the groom, too? I had a blast with these two dodging the rain all afternoon and exploring different parts of the park with them. We went up to the top of the park for some super scenic, snuggly portraits of the two of them. As you can see, it was *much* colder up at the top, but these two just cuddled into each other even harder than before and pushed through. Troopers, I tell you! I was so excited to have part of this session featured in The Knot Colorado‘s recent issue, as well as featured on Magnolia Rouge!
Stay tuned for photos of their absolutely stunning fall wedding in Aspen, Colorado!
Courney’s recap of the session:
“Since we got engaged in Boulder and were going to be married in Aspen, we wanted our engagement shoot to continue with the Colorado theme. We both love everything about the outdoors and Lawson fly fishes, so he had the idea of having a picture of him fly fishing with me standing on the bank. Dani loved the idea and ran with it. The day of our shoot it was raining so we were dodging the rain as much as possible. It was really awesome wading in the water with Lawson. I had never done it before and it was a little scary! Luckily I had my man to hold on to! I really loved how Dani incorporated Lawson’s passion for fly fishing with the pictures and that it reflected both of us. Dani was incredible because she wanted to get a variety of landscape shots, so we went up to Trail Ridge Road and she captured some beautiful shots of us up in the mountains on the tundra. All in all, I will cherish our engagement pictures and the memories from making them forever!”