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Natalie and Dustin
June 30 | 2014

Mother Nature had her own idea of how June 8th should look for Natalie and Dustin on their wedding day.  It rained.  Hard.  But what can one do?  Everyone rolled with it beautifully and it was actually a very romantic, and quite memorable day.  To me, the rain added to the overall feel of Pastures of Plenty. The earth was more fragrant, the grass, more green.  The colors in the pale pinks of the flowers popped and there has never been a more desirable June day for a bonfire and s’mores.  There was even a whiskey fountain to warm people from the inside out.  To me, it was perfect and intimate and something out of a woodland fairytale.  Mother Nature always knows best and at the end of the day, Natalie and Dustin  married their best friend and left in a warm farewell of sparklers and cheers.

  • jodi

    These are absolutely beautiful!

    (07.05.2014)
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Baby Mabel
May 05 | 2014

I have so much love for this little family.  I’ve been working with Meagan since 2008 when she was just engaged to  Stephen.  Then came a wedding (unfortunately, I was unavailable to photograph this one), pregnancy number 1 with Vivienne and a whole year’s worth of yummy photos with her, and now little Mabel.  These images speak to me because I see so much love and comfort here.  Everything seems to be in it’s right place.  Meagan and Stephen love being a mama and daddy and Vivienne loves her new sister, Mabel.  I also feel like Meagan and I have a similar attitude and approach to motherhood.  We’ve connected so much since our little girls were born and I am looking forward to spending much more time with this precious foursome…

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Lisa and Brad’s wedding happened to fall on the day after the 1000 year flood hit.  Originally, Lisa and Brad planned on having a small ceremony at the Sunrise amphitheater in Boulder, then head to Brad’s aunt’s home in Longmont for a small reception.  Needless to say, there was no wedding at the amphitheater, but that certainly didn’t stop Lisa and Brad from having a wedding.  They “rolled with it” and swiftly moved the ceremony to Brad’s aunt’s house and notified all their guests.  They are my heroes. Their optimism and ability to make the best of a situation inspired me.  They were incredible through all of this, knowing that a wedding would be a wedding no matter where they held it, and at the end of the day, they would be married.  I honestly can’t imagine a more beautiful ceremony.  Backyard weddings are always a personal favorite, but this one makes the top of the list.  It was extraordinary.   It was also incredible to see guests drive through flood conditions and brave the elements to make it to the event.  Every guest was honored, and Lisa and Brad were honored by every guest.  I couldn’t have dreamed up a better wedding for Lisa and Brad myself–Flood or no flood, this wedding goes down in history as one of my all time favorites.  For so many reasons…

  • Alison Williams

    Great stuff Julie (especially because you were in the worst part of the floods and still made it yourself)!

    (04.01.2014)
  • Sonja

    Their first look pictures are some of my favorites that you've done! Such a sweet couple. Beautiful work!

    (04.02.2014)
  • Lisa

    Thank you Julie!! SO much fun to relive the day through your post. It was such a whirlwind but you truly made it amazing, we were so glad we were close enough for you to make it! Not only did you capture the day beautifully, your calls the day of to check in on us really helped us to be calm. Couldn't have asked for a better day!

    (04.07.2014)
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