Sapphire Point Overlook Wedding | Summer
Sapphire Point Summer Wedding at Sunset
Is it wrong to impersonate a priest for a wedding ceremony? For Andrew and Tara the answer would be no with a laugh. If you take offense to dressing up like a priest then we welcome your skipping reading this blurb about the wedding and skip down past the ceremony photos. When hearing the commentary of elated delight in seeing the attire of their step father we started to get the hint that this was not his normal clothing. It came out more in the family photos with some playfulness and laughter at the reference to him as a minister. It is not that we wish to be irreverent but maybe just that we think weddings are more about what is occurring between the couple in this scenario. . . . Sapphire Point Overlook. If you want an easy walk down to a spot with an awesome mountain view for a low cost budget price for a smaller group then this is your wedding venue in Colorado. We love shooting there and could likely diagram the topography down to the positioning of the rocks. Summertime is full of weddings and in the winter we make it full of proposal engagement shoots. Weddings are one of those things where you book a two hour slot that really just keeps another couple from conflicting with your preferred wedding time. For this wedding it was 6-8PM in the June summer months. The day was absolutely gorgeous with blue skies, a few small clouds, and an extremely comfortable temperature. While it may seem cliche to say it was the perfect day it really was a freaking perfect day to get married outdoors in the Breckenridge area.
The ceremonies here are almost always simple filled with tears and some laughter. This was in that sense standard ‘why we love what we do’ kind of stuff. Someone carried some benched down to the ceremony site for this wedding. They however were never sat on as everyone forgot to sit down after Tara entered. This made for a little more narrow perspective on shooting down the ‘aisle’. After the ceremony we got some family photos with the help of some event planner friends who knew everyone (Thank You!) and then we followed that with some couples photos. We love these bright sunny days as this is when we really can rock out some photos with the aid of some off camera lighting to balance things out. There was definitely some playfulness and also some romantic passion sassy feel to the wedding photos.
If you like what you see here and are considering using this location here are some of the other weddings we have done at the Sapphire Point Overlook as well as shoots at Sapphire Point. Here is our Guide to Weddings at Sapphire Point Overlook which gives specific details about the location as well as examples by month.