My Colorado wedding season ended on a high note with Maureen and Mallory’s beautiful Boreas Pass and Breckenridge microwedding.
The two met in 2019 through mutual friends and it was an instant connection. They knew fairly quickly that they wanted to pursue their relationship together, and after a couple of vacations and a family trip, everyone around them knew how perfect they were for each other, too. When quarantine hit, they moved in with each other and fell into a home routine that felt relaxed and easy. They officially got engaged during the sweetest at-home proposal in March of 2020, and started planning their wedding day.
Maureen and Mallory knew they wanted to celebrate in the mountains, and after looking at several mountain town options, they decided on Breckenridge. The two rented a beautiful house in an upscale neighborhood and invited a small number of their family and friends to celebrate with them. They planned their ceremony for the perfect overlook up on Boras Pass and brought in minimal decoration that highlighted the beautiful views of the valley.
Prior to the ceremony, they did a first look, and then we took the time to do portraits on one of my favorite evergreen trails at the base of Boreas Pass. Their style was on point as Mallory totally rocked a white suit and a pink hat, and Maureen had her gorgeous dress altered to perfectly fit her style. Their florals from Lace and Lillies were spectacular, and the perfect compliment to Maureen’s dress and their fall vibe.
Their ceremony was intimate, sweet, and highly personalized. Their vows highlighted how each person has made a positive impact in the other’s life, and how excited they are to build a future together.
Since their wedding day Maureen and Mallory have adopted a puppy and are starting think about starting a family. I can’t wait to see where life takes them together!