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Colorado Wedding Photographers

Dreamtime Images is a team of Colorado wedding photographers based high in the mountains of the Rockies. My photography team serves couples planning local and Colorado destination weddings throughout the state, from Vail, Aspen, Beaver Creek, Steamboat Springs, Boulder, Denver, Estes Park, Fort Collins, Telluride, and pretty much anywhere else. If you want to check out some of the best places to get married in Colorado, keep browsing our site. I plan on continually updating these pages with pictures and reviews of all the cool venues and hotels so brides and grooms can get a better idea of what their wedding might look like.

If you are planning a beautiful destination wedding, consider the beauty and majesty of Colorado. From countless venues to natural scenic wonders, Colorado offers locations that brides and grooms will find romantic and inspirational. For an unforgettable destination wedding location in the US, Colorado is a beautiful and centrally-located state that provides natural beauty and exciting activities for you and your guests.

Your wedding day will be a day you want to remember forever through beautiful photographs, and as a wedding photographer in Colorado, I’ve learned many of the intricacies of shooting in the mountains: how to deal with varying lighting, freak storms, typically dark reception venues, and some of the most eye-popping, jaw-dropping mountain vistas in the entire country. Poke through the galleries within to see lots of beautiful Colorado wedding photography.

When to Get Married in Colorado

When choosing the date for your wedding, consider how the season will affect your pictures. Springtime in Colorado offers crisp weather and renewed greenery, with lots of colors and wildflowers, but finicky afternoon thunderstorms. Fret not, though, as they come and go in a matter of minutes. Summertime is filled with warm sunshine, blooming wildflowers and snowy mountain caps. The temps are generally warm, and the afternoon storms still occur, but with less frequency. Autumn is bursting with the bright colors of changing trees and wide blue skies expanding across Colorado mountain ranges. It’s a little cooler but the weather tends to be most stable. Winter in Colorado is snowy, white and dusts everything in a freezing coat of beautiful, glittering ice.

Photographs of your wedding, wedding party, guests and as a couple will be shot with a background of beautiful Colorado. If you are looking for rustic romance, fall or summer may lend itself to further the desired feel of your day. Wonderland magic may be captured in the snowfall of winter, contrasted by many Colorado pines and evergreens. As a Colorado wedding photographer, I can point out ideal spots for scenic backdrops that take advantage of Colorado’s natural wonder.

Places to See, Things to Do

Colorado is home to 42 National State Parks filled with lush greenery, deep woods, flowing rivers and crystal lakes. Stop by Rocky Mountain National Park to see the beautiful wonders it offers, including Emerald Lake, Dream Lake and Alberta Falls. You’ll also probably dig running down the Great Sand Dunes, a very very unique national monument in central Colorado.

Find a location in Colorado close to the beautiful range of Rocky Mountains. Mountains offer an exquisite backdrop as well as numerous activities for your wedding party, such as rock climbing, hiking, skiing, horseback riding and more.

Aside from the many beautiful locations in Colorado, there are also many exciting things to keep you and your wedding guests entertained.

  • Relax in a spa for the day to calm any nerves the wedding is sure to stir up during such an exciting time.
  • Aquariums, art galleries, museums or historical sites for anyone looking for a leisurely activity that includes the whole family.
  • Those interested in experiencing the Colorado culture will appreciate a local Farmer’s Market in the summer or fall, visit a ranch or brewery, or might be interested in a horseback riding tour through the mountains.
  • Guests who love adventure and excitement will appreciate the available athletic activities Colorado has to offer, such as four-wheeling tours, paragliding, kayaking, fishing, boating, dogsledding and more.

Colorado wedding packages

Colorado wedding packages for our photography start at $3600, with most couples investing between $4000 and $7000. Dreamtime also offers associate photographer packages starting at $2500. Please contact me for more information — and please share your story! I love hearing how my couples met, got engaged, and how they plan on celebrating their marriage.

Wedding locations in Colorado

Here is an ever growing list of the places we shoot in Colorado.

  • Vail Vail has it all. Great venues, great views, great restaurants, fun shopping, tons of entertainment, activities for all your guests. You can't go wrong with Vail, and it's one of the easiest mountain resorts to get to in Colorado.
  • Boulder The Mile High City sports many of the most unique places to get married in Colorado: aquariums, museums, mansions, private retreats -- a little bit of everything, with the Rocky Mountains as a backdrop.
  • Breckenridge The Mile High City sports many of the most unique places to get married in Colorado: aquariums, museums, mansions, private retreats -- a little bit of everything, with the Rocky Mountains as a backdrop.
  • Denver The Mile High City sports many of the most unique places to get married in Colorado: aquariums, museums, mansions, private retreats -- a little bit of everything, with the Rocky Mountains as a backdrop.
  • Steamboat Springs Ski Town USA deserves its reputation! Great snow and ample outdoor opportunities for wedding guests to enjoy their stay. Beautiful, high-end venues and awesome skiing without the resort town feel.
  • Aspen The legendary Aspen -- what more to say? Home luxury hotels, 5-star-dining, incredible skiing, and an airport right near town.
  • Estes Park One of Colorado's most beautiful mountain towns, on the edge of a National Park and without the craziness of a ski resort
  • Beaver Creek Can't beat Vail for its incredible views, beautiful hotels, and myriad of awesome activities for wedding guests.
  • Telluride A small, historic mining town high in the San Juan Mountains. Perhaps one of the prettiest places in all of Colorado to get married.