A crowd gathered around the Estes Park Water Wheel to witness two adorable people joining in marriage. As Jobe kissed Amanda after saying "I Do", the crowd clapped and cheered giving them their congratulations.
Amanda and Jobe's closest friends were there to witness the ceremony and provided much needed tissues to their emotional bride.
Amanda's wore a cream and gold dress that was handmade by her family and she held a gorgeous fall-themed bouquet for the ceremony.
I can see why Jobe couldn't stop staring at his beautiful bride... her eyes are such a gorgeous shade of blue!
The changing fall leaves created a fantastic frame for such an amazing couple :)
Congratulations Amanda and Jobe on a gorgeous wedding and a wonderful marriage. I wish you only the best!
The breeze rustled the the fallen leaves as the the sun kissed the the gold and orange aspen trees, setting them ablaze with color. Norah and Andrew said "I Do" at the Alluvial Fan in Rocky Mountain National Park on October 10th 2015 amongst the river's sprawling fingers and their closest family and friends.
It was obvious how deeply they loved each other as they read their hand written vows.
Norah and Andrew share a love of dinosaurs and Etsy - which can be seen in Norah's awesome T-Rex earrings that she found on Etsy. (I'm definitely getting myself a pair...)
Norah's mother did the honors of binding their hands together as a symbol of unity in a hand tying ceremony.
Andrew proposed three times to Norah. And although she said yes all three times, the last one wasn't a joke...
Norah's ring shimmered in the fall sunlight at the Alluvial Fan in Rocky Mountain National Park.
I must say, I was a little obsessed with her ring and couldn't stop taking photos of it!
Norah and Andrew were such a fun couple to photograph amongst the changing aspen trees at the Alluvial Fan in Rocky Mountain National Park.
Congratulations you two on a gorgeous wedding and a gorgeous love! I wish you only happiness in the years to come.