Snowy, Mountain Chateau Wedding

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Brittany and Andrew were prepared for the lovely spring snow shower that befell on their wedding day… Brittany donned herself in a winter white cape and she and Andrew headed outdoors for a quick bridal shoot of falling snowflakes and stolen moments. Yes, theirs was a romantic chateau wedding in the mountains of Estes Park, Colorado. Anchoring their color scheme was pink and purple, lavender and cream–with the most gorgeous orchid and rose bouquets. We have Dreamtime Images to thank for capturing this event with such a keen eye for color and meaningful moments.

Enjoy.

Estes Park, CO wedding by Dreamtime Images

Estes Park, CO wedding by Dreamtime Images

Estes Park, CO wedding by Dreamtime Images

Estes Park, CO wedding by Dreamtime Images

Estes Park, CO wedding by Dreamtime Images

Estes Park, CO wedding by Dreamtime Images

Estes Park, CO wedding by Dreamtime Images

Estes Park, CO wedding by Dreamtime Images

Pink and purple orchid and rose wedding bouquet by Dreamtime Images

Estes Park, CO wedding by Dreamtime Images

Estes Park, CO wedding by Dreamtime Images

Snowing on the bride and groom photo by Dreamtime Images

Unique wedding ring photo by Dreamtime Images

Bride and Groom catching snowflakes by Dreamtime Images

Estes Park, CO wedding reception by Dreamtime Images

pink and purple centerpiece flowers by Dreamtime Images

Pink wedding cake by Dreamtime Images

Reception tables from Estes Park, CO wedding by Dreamtime Images

First Dance at Estes Park, CO wedding reception by Dreamtime Images

Estes Park, CO wedding reception by Dreamtime Images

Wedding Party at Estes Park, CO wedding by Dreamtime Images

Congrats Andrew and Brittany!

Awww, just love these snow-laden photos! Wouldn’t it be festive to have one on your Christmas Card this year?

Photo Credit

Photographer:  Dreamtime Images
Reception Venue: Della Terra Mountain Chateau
Submitted via Two Bright Lights

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