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Looking for a sign that a snowy elopement is for you?! This is it!! 😍

When Kelsie and Cole first began planning their wedding, they envisioned a winter wonderland. Colorado delivered that and then some.

To kick off their wedding day, they wanted to show their out-of-town friends the rugged beauty of Colorado’s winter. So, we all strapped on snowshoes and spent some time exploring (and dodging snowballs!) before the wedding festivities were to begin!

Once our cheeks were nice and rosy from the cold, we headed back to the cabin where Kelsie and Cole leisurely got ready with their families. As the flakes got bigger and bigger outside, they held their ceremony in front of the fireplace as their loved ones looked on.

Still wanting a bit of privacy for their vows, the three of us then ventured down to the river that cut through the back yard. Kelsie and Cole took turns sharing their vows as outside became a real-life snow globe.

The rest of the evening was filled with toasts, well wishes, and lots and lots of dancing!

If you’ve ever considered eloping in the winter but are nervous about the weather, don’t be. Sometimes snow can add absolute magic to a wedding day!

 

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1/14/2022

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