Laura and Mack spend so much of their time in the mountains that it was only fitting that they have their wedding in Keystone. Really, it was their second wedding because Mack’s mom threw them quite the ceremony in Singapore a few weeks ago. Just before they left for that trip I photographed their Shrine Pass engagement session. In my short time together with them, I can tell that they have a ton of fun together in everything that they do.
Travis was one again in town to photograph the wedding with me. Both Laura and Mack got ready near the resort before we ventured down the street and through the trees to the river for their first look on their private property. They plan to build a house there one day so it was great to capture a moment between them in a meaningful location.
The ceremony was atop Dercum Mountain on Schoolmarm run overlooking Dillon Reservoir at 11,640′ above sea level. While the California wildfire smoke prevented the views that the area is known for, it was still a gorgeous bluebird day. After everyone had a beer or two, guests jumped back on the gondola for the reception at Warren Station in Keystone Village. The reception raged to the last possible moment until the after party moved over to the Kickapoo Tavern. Laura asked us to join them for a beer and we were glad to join them. I know it’s been a great day when a couple wants us to put away our cameras at the end of the night and celebrate alongside them.
Laura from L Elizabeth Events kept the day running smoothly and stress free from start to finish. It’s a tremendous help to have a wedding planner like Laura who does everything she can to help us succeed and create the best possible experience for a couple like the vendor team did for Laura and Mack’s wedding in Keystone.