Meghan+Adam – Devil’s Thumb Ranch

A couple of weekends ago I was thrilled to join photographer-extraordinaire, Jensen Sutta as a second shooter for Meghan and Adam’s wedding just outside of Fraser, CO. The wedding was at the spectacular Devil’s Thumb Ranch and didn’t disappoint in terms of setting. I’m not sure I’ve seen a more beautiful spot in Colorado. It was beyond expectatons.

This cozy wedding embodied Meghan and Adam’s personality. The amount of love floating around that room was evident to everyone there. No detail was overlooked at this beautiful ceremony overlooking the mountains. From the candles hanging everywhere throughout the venue, to the vintage books, to the beautiful living room furniture provided by the groom’s family for the ceremony. Everything about this wedding was unique and Meghan and Adam were loving every minute of it.

Heaps of thanks to Jensen for having me along for the day. I feel very lucky to have been there. It was an amazing experience and I learned a ton from him. For more photos from the day, here’s a link to Jensen’s blog of their wedding day.

Here are some images from the day:

I snapped a few shots while Jensen got portraits of Meghan:

Jensen set up this shot and I got my take from the side:

Because of the rain that day, the ceremony was held inside, but was every bit as spectacular:

Details, details, details:

The sun finally came out just in time for portraits with the bride and groom. Such amazing light that evening:

Happy Wednesday!


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Ashley Goodwin I LOVE the inside of that place! Sofas and couches for the ceremony…that’s way too fun! Awesome that he wore jeans, too! So fitting!

Sean Really nice work as usual, John! Good to see you getting some second shooting experience! I’m sure it will pay off huge! I’ve got my first second shooting gig on the 30th. It’s been hard to find those up to now.

LeolaK Nice job! What a gorgeous location! Gorgeous bride too!

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