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Justin + Alex | Shrine Mountain Inn Wedding Photographer, Camping Wedding Photographer | Frisco, Colorado

Shrine Mountain Inn Frisco, Colorado- That is where this magical place that Justin and Alex said their vows to each other in front of their closest friends and family. These two are vets, and started a vet hospital in Silverthorne, Colorado.  They have 4 dogs, and in their vows, they talked about keeping all of the dogs.  I aspire to be them, really.

If you have never been to Shrine Mountain Inn, it is only reachable by snowshoe or cross country skiing in the winter, and the views are clearly amazing!! On Justin and Alex’s wedding day, it was unusually cold, but you couldn’t tell, because their love was keeping them warm (haha! CHEESY!!! And mostly kidding, but I did keep telling them to snuggle up).

Furthermore, I love that their guests all hung out on the deck. They got a great view of the mountains behind Alex and Justin, and all had their mugs in their hands.  It was genuine, and you could tell, really THEM!

If you are looking at getting married in the mountains, but don’t want to have to throw anything extravagant, a camping wedding is perfect.  I have said it before and I will say it again: when you have the mountains as a background you don’t need much more.  A weekend of camping, fires, s’mores, good friends and family is all you need.  Shrine Mountain Inn has lots of cabins if you are more into “glamping”.  Also, there is hiking all around and you aren’t far from things to do in Summit County.
Also, wondering what to eat? The answer: Food Truck!!! Rocky Mountain Taco was awesome!

For more wedding inspiration check out the blog.

Shrine Mountain Inn Frisco, Colorado- That is where this magical place that Justin and Alex said their vows to each other in front of their closest friends and family. These two are vets, and started a vet hospital in Silverthorne, Colorado.  They have 4 dogs, and in their vows, they talked about keeping all of the dogs.  I aspire to be them, really.

If you have never been to Shrine Mountain Inn, it is only reachable by snowshoe or cross country skiing in the winter, and the views are clearly amazing!! On Justin and Alex’s wedding day, it was unusually cold, but you couldn’t tell, because their love was keeping them warm (haha! CHEESY!!! And mostly kidding, but I did keep telling them to snuggle up).

Furthermore, I love that their guests all hung out on the deck. They got a great view of the mountains behind Alex and Justin, and all had their mugs in their hands.  It was genuine, and you could tell, really THEM!

If you are looking at getting married in the mountains, but don’t want to have to throw anything extravagant, a camping wedding is perfect.  I have said it before and I will say it again: when you have the mountains as a background you don’t need much more.  A weekend of camping, fires, s’mores, good friends and family is all you need.  Shrine Mountain Inn has lots of cabins if you are more into “glamping”.  Also, there is hiking all around and you aren’t far from things to do in Summit County.
Also, wondering what to eat? The answer: Food Truck!!! Rocky Mountain Taco was awesome!

For more wedding inspiration check out the blog.

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I'm so glad you are here! I am a Denver based photographer with a love for capturing intimate weddings, elopements and creative bosses. Take a look around my blog to get to know the amazing couples and entrepreneurs I get to photograph and learn more about me, my husband and our pup Odo.

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