Colorado's wedding venues are sure to inspire with a variety of gorgeous settings for your day. From high mountain ranches like Piney River Ranch to elegant historic mansions like The Manor House and luxury resorts like The Broadmoor each venue is the perfect place to share your vows.

With several unique ceremony locations, you're sure to find one perfectly tailored for your day. Say I do at the feet of the majestic Colorado mountains on a quiet ranch or in a historic Chapel in the heart of Vail.  

As you walk the grounds, I’ll capture photos that will grace your home for decades to come. You’ll dance the night away inside the reception space that sparked your design vision.  Your guests will feel right at home in how you so beautifully decorated the inside and thought of every last detail.

As you drive away from your venue, leaving as Husband and Wife, you’ll look over at your handsome husband and thank God you’re married to such an amazing man. And you’ll always remember how beautiful your day truly was.

It's the day of your wedding and sunlight is streaming through the aspens along wildflower covered paths while the mountain vistas surrounding your ceremony site steal your breathe away...


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Whether you’re getting married at one of these Colorado wedding venues or some other incredible spot, I would love to be considered for your day. 

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As a Colorado wedding photographer, Jenna loves the beauty that nature provides in  mountain towns of Vail, Aspen, Telluride, and beyond. Forever searching for the best sushi and white wine pairing, and scheming up her next adventure around the globe, she is an adventurous soul, foodie to the core, seeker of sunlight.   



Heck yes! I love an outfit change post-ceremony!  If you are dreaming of a flashy evening gown or honeymoon dress, then by all means change.  I think having two bridal looks is a blast to photograph, and I know you'll love feeling a little more relaxed after being in your gown all day.

Should I have a going away outfit?

Do they allow for sparkler exits? Should we do one?

Whenever we first arrive at your venue, I scout out the best spots for each set of portraits.  Your family portraits are often at the ceremony site underneath your arch or with the sweeping views that your venue is known for. I search for a spot where everyone can gather quickly after the ceremony, where the light is soft, romantic, and even, and where there are as few distractions as possible.  As always, I love to know your thoughts on where you'd like these moments captured while trusting me to find the spot that will be excellent for your portraits.  

Where do you recommend taking our family portraits?

I typically recommend 20-30 minutes for your bridal portraits after the ceremony, family portraits, and bridal portraits are complete.  If you are doing a first look, then I love taking a few quick portraits of you in that moment.  Some of our couple's want sunset portraits which typically happens just after dinner.  We are always open to taking the time you want for portraits of just the two of you! Consider booking a separate couple's session to leisurely capture your connection on a different day! 

How long should we plan to take bride & groom portraits?

Seasonality and available light affect the start time of your ceremony in a major way.  If you are getting married in the summer on a ranch with the sunsetting behind your ceremony site, then a 5pm ceremony will more than likely be the way to go.  In the winter months at a venue like The Manor House, you may want a 2pm start time to ensure we have plenty of light for portraits after your ceremony.  The sun sets quickly behind the mountains, so we will talk through each option based on your venue, season, and ceremony site placement.  

What time should we schedule our ceremony to begin?

If this is an option for you at the venue of your dreams, then we highly recommend getting ready onsite.  This allows us to go from each side of your bridal party smoothly to photograph your details, getting ready moments, first looks, and portraits together. I know you will feel less rushed knowing you don't have to leave your hotel room or Airbnb to travel to your ceremony site.  

Should we both get ready at our venue?



I love a good sparkler exit! At times in Colorado, we will not be able to use sparklers due to fire restrictions and bans.  Make sure to check with your venue, planner, and local municipalities for the latest information on sparklers or recommended exits.  I enjoy photographing your exit no matter how you head out!