Winter Engagement Session in Colorado Springs| Kendall & Bullitt

When I met Kendall for a glass of wine downtown Colorado Springs a couple months ago, I instantly fell in love with her.  She’s one of the sweetest people I’ve ever met so I was thrilled when her and her fiancé Bullitt chose me to photograph their beautiful wedding in Keystone this fall.

With all the warm sunny weather we’d been having, it was difficult to find a good day for a wintery engagement shoot.  Instead of waiting for the next snowfall, Kendall decided she and Bullitt would like to drive up Pikes Peak Highway to see what kind of snow we could find.  Well, we stumbled upon Crystal Creek Reservoir which turned out to be the perfect location.  Pinecones, snow-capped trees, sledding, sun and a stunning mountain backdrop was the perfect recipe for a successful winter photo session.  Enjoy this little sneak peak.

Save the date banner made of burlap and rope

 

snuggling together to keep warm

 

Romantic walk through the wintery forest

Beautiful engagement ring displayed in a pinecone

Couple tromping through snow with their sled

Stealing a kiss before sledding down the hill

Blowing kisses in the snow

Did I mention they’re super fun!?

Sitting on a blanket enjoying a romantic conversation

Woman holding tight onto boyfriend's arm

Walking in a winter wonderland

We could not have asked for better weather.

modern colorado springs wedding and portrait photographer by jamie smith photography Holding engagement ring in a snowball

Call me today to schedule your engagement session! 719-434-0707

 

Comments

  1. Martha Jean Smith says:

    beautiful pictures, Jamie

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