Meredith and John had a small, intimate wedding in Beaver Creek this summer of 2020. They just didn’t want to let COVID get in the way of them still saying, “I Do” on their original wedding date. So with five close family members and an iPhone to virtually stream the wedding ceremony, they officially tied the knot with a Catholic ceremony at the Chapel at Beaver Creek on Saturday, July 11th.
The first look with her dad was the coolest Father-daughter first look I’ve ever been a part of. Her dad was waiting at the end of the street, and Meredith drove up in a convertible Porsche to surprise her dad! It was so funny how excited he was. Not only did he get to see his baby girl in her wedding dress, but he got to take her to the church in a gorgeous sparkling white Porsche!
The Chapel at Beaver Creek
The Chapel at Beaver Creek is one of those architectural gems in Colorado. Nestled at the base of Beaver Creek, surrounded by a flowing creek and aspens, the towering rock church is the perfect venue to say your vows.
Photos at the Top of Beaver Creek
After the ceremony, we got lift tickets to take the ski lift up to the top of Beaver Creek Mountain, and that’s where we got the amazing mountain vistas and purple wildflowers you see in some of my favorite pictures of the day.
Review From the Bride
When our wedding plans changed this year due to COVID, we found Andrea last minute, and it was one of the best decisions we made. She worked with us on pricing and made our mountain vision come to life. She was so pleasant to work with and truly made the day as easy as possible. We went over our slated time with her, but it was clear she cared more about capturing the best shots, making them perfect and exceeding our expectations than focusing on the time. I could not be happier with how all of the photos came out! Truly perfection! From the dress and ring photos to the Chapel and on top of Beaver Creek, she took the time to make the pictures absolutely perfect.