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Wedding at Redstone Inn, between Aspen and Glenwood Springs CO

Yesterday was a warm, beautiful day for a wedding at Redstone Inn in Redstone CO, which is between Glenwood Springs and Aspen CO.  It’s surrounded by mountains and Avalanche Creek runs right through the back end of the property.  This was the setting for Danielle and Jesse’s wedding.  They’ve been together for seven and a half years and everyone kept asking when they were going to tie the knot, so Jesse finally gave in and asked Dani to marry him.  Jesse is a drummer and guitar player, so everyone calls him Drummer.  They are so in love and make the cutest couple – everyone can’t wait to see the babies that come from this union.

About karenskellyphoto

Hello there! I'm a Certified Professional Photographer serving the entire Western Slope of Colorado, including Durango CO, Cortez CO, Silverton CO, Ouray CO, Telluride CO, Pagosa Springs CO, and Farmington NM. I love photographing the emotions during a family session or wedding; the love, hugs, kisses, tears, and laughs. Please view my website at www.karenskellyphoto.com, and read the "About" page for more information. Thanks for looking. Karen

2 responses »

  1. Great job! The photos definately captured the personality and spirit of the day. You can tell that Danni and Drummer are very in love, and the photos reflect the mood of the day! I am so happy for them, and glad they have beautiful photos to remember their special day.

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  2. You do wonderful work Karen!You have a nact for capturing the perfect moments.

    Mike Glaze
    YP.COM

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