This simple elopement in Colorado was the perfect evening at Rampart Reservoir.
When Hannah and Kyle first reached out about their wedding we started planning their engagement session. We planned to do the engagements somewhere or they could bring Frankie and Lynn (their two boxers). From that moment on, I knew it was a perfect match. I have two boxers as well they’re just the best. I loved getting to know them and being able to be a part their special day.
Once covid happened, they reached back out asking to make their engagement session and elopement day. Hannah and Kyle wanted to keep things intimate. They planned their day to be just the two of them and their pups. When their elopement day came we met up and found the prettiest secluded location near Rampart Reservoir. We had the whole place to ourselves. The spot we found overlooked the most beautiful view of the mountains and plenty of room to roam around and play.
Hannah and Kyle exchanged the sweetest personal vows. Then, Hannah read a poem from a book Kyle gave to her at Christmas called, “let us go”. It was so beautiful and it’s always so special when couples incorporate something true to them and their day.
Since they had to change to an elopement due to covid, none of their family or friends were able to attend. Their bridal party found a way to still make it special and be a part of their day. They surprised them with the cutest mini cake for them to celebrate with from Sweet Ride Bakeshop, a local shop in Denver. They had a little picnic on the Mountainside with the cake and their pups to celebrate their elopement. It was such a simple gesture but so thoughtful and made them both feel so special and loved.
Sometimes things don’t go as planned, but that never takes away from these special moments. This simple elopement in Colorado at Rampart Reservoir was such a special way to celebrate Hannah and Kyle’s love.
Want more elopement inspiration? Browse the blog of this intimate wedding at Muir Beach, California.