INSPIRE ME SERIES: We The Light Photo Studio; Larissa & Bailey

 

Friends and colleagues Larissa and Bailey started We The Light Photo studio for their shared love of capturing adventurous love stories on camera in the picturesque Colorado mountains *swoon* 

 

With a photography style that's candid, fun and laid back, this duo was a match made in heaven for Rachel and Eric’s free spirited, boho nuptials in the mountains - soft, natural and ethereal are just a few key descriptors that can be used to describe this stunning wedding day! 

 

Read on to learn more about We The Light Photo Studio, and; for all you Colorado-based BLUSH Brides, we think a TOP pick for all your adventurous elopement and micro-wedding photo needs! 

How long have you been a wedding photographer?
5 years
What is the most exciting thing about being a wedding photographer?
We focus primarily on intimate weddings and adventure elopements in the mountains of Colorado. The best thing about our job is helping our couples design a wedding day that feels most authentic to who they are. Everyone doesn't have to invite 200 guests or stress about center pieces to celebrate their love. We just love encouraging our couples to think of the best day ever and support them in making that happen.
How do you prepare for the BIG day?
We prepare by making sure we know every detail about our couple. Our couples are our friends and we truly believe that the best photos come from genuinely knowing who they are. We review information they've told us about themselves throughout the planning process, check the weather, and make sure we know their timeline. But most importantly, reminding ourselves who this couple is and what they are about so we can photograph them in a genuine way on their wedding day.
How would you describe your photography style?
Our photography style is candid, fun and laid-back. We know how awkward it can feel in front of a camera so we guide our couples through photos by giving them things to do that puts the focus on each other and not us standing there with a camera.
What is your favorite part of the wedding to photograph? Getting ready? Ceremony?
Hands down the ceremony. There is not a more monumental moment in that couple's life than when they get to share personal vows with each other and remind the other person of why they want to marry them. We tear up every time!
Where can brides-to-be learn more about your work?
The Couple’s Names :
Rachel Parnell (@racheljacquelyn) + Eric Cobb
Location:
Grand Lake, CO
Did your wedding have a theme? If yes, what was it? :)
There wasn't a stated theme, but the bride loved the symbolism of rose quartz and it's connection to love and intimacy. She handmade a rose quartz belt to go over her dress and had a rose quartz hair piece. She also gifted each of the guests a rose quartz to bring more love and connection into their own life.
Something special about the flowers:
Sprigs of eucalyptus with blush colored roses to bring in the color of rose quartz.
Link tor online wedding album:
Jewelry/Accessory brands
Groom wore Indochino https://www.indochino.com/
Floral Boutique/Florist
Instagram:
@wethelightphoto

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