A Sweet Mountaintop Wedding III

If I were to guess, you’ve probably already fallen out of your seat a few times after seeing all of Jonas‘ amazing images from this sweet Colorado celebration–and I don’t blame you! Brace yourself though because it just gets better and better. Just look at all these details…!

The food that night was ridiculous. Nick’s family friend and long-time catering genius John Marshall put out an incredible spread. Ribs, brisket, mac and cheese, biscuits, and almost everything else you can think of that’s delicious. And he managed to cook it in a kitchen he created in the barn. If that’s not magic, I don’t know what is.

We knew that photography was going to be a center piece to the whole thing. We found Jonas via the internet and fell in loooooove, well before Beth very sweetly asked if we realized that he lived in Australia. Uh, no. We didn’t.  A seemingly hopeless case, I still wrote to Jonas and we somehow figured out a way to have him come half a world away to shoot. AMAZING.  Erik Clausen of Poser Image graciously offered to come shoot as well. AMAZING. And Brian Morrow of Shark Pig did the videography (and danced his face off). AMAZING. Suffice to say, we were blessed to have them all. They are the coolest, most fun, talented guys. Ever.

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Come back in a little bit to see more images from this sweet reception!

Photography by Jonas Peterson

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6 Responses to “A Sweet Mountaintop Wedding III”

  1. angela

    I love that I see some of the plates we got from a thrift store for our wedding… definitely from the 80s… they add a nice touch.

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  2. Chelsea

    I am loving this whole series! The hand-picked look of the florals is just the inspiration I’ve been looking for. Well done, guys!

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  3. Kathryn

    The tables are so nice! Did someone make these for the wedding? If so, could you provide details?

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