Andrew + Brooke | Wedding | Estes Park, CO


What an honor it was to photograph Andrew + Brooke’s gorgeous Estes Park wedding! Brooke has been a friend of mine since the 5th grade and I am beyond ecstatic to have been a part of her and Andrew’s special day! The entire weekend was blessed with absolutely perfect weather and an amazing wedding celebration!

Andrew and Brooke met in Chicago and recently moved to Colorado for Andrew’s work. Since moving they have fallen in love with CO and knew they wanted to celebrate their wedding in their new home.

The day began with Andrew, his family and close friends as they prepared for the day’s events. Andrew was looking dapper in his custom suit and floral tie, but the morning wasn’t quite complete until a mimosa toast with Andrew’s Parents, Grandparents and best man, Kevin. Meanwhile, Brooke and her maid of honor Tarah, were primping and preparing near the ceremony site. Brooke’s dress was an absolutely stunning deep emerald green, complemented with elegant gold Jewelry and some awesome wedges! Once all ready, Tarah and Brooke were able to share a few laughs before taking their places for the ceremony.

The wedding ceremony took place overlooking the mountains! What an incredible backdrop! The officiant was Bryan, a long time friend of the bride’s. His charm and wit added a personal touch to the ceremony. He had us all laughing and Andrew and Brooke had us all cheering after they said I do!

The reception was a blast! Having known Brooke for so long, it was great to see familiar faces on the dance floor. Dinner was Amazing! And the PIE! Pie for dessert was great! The berry was my favorite! :)














Andrew + Brooke, I want to say thank you again for having me as your photographer! You two are such wonderful individuals and such an awesome couple! It was truly so tangible how happy the two of you were on your wedding day and I hope that the photos I deliver help you relive that joy over and over again! Thank you again and I wish you nothing but happiness and love in the years to come! Cheers!

Warmly,

Natalie