Intimate Fall Wedding // Colorado Wedding Photographer // Heather & Zach

Sometimes we go to weddings and we feel so much more like friends than hired photographers. This wedding feels so close to our hearts for so many reasons. 

Heather & Zach had their intimate wedding at Meadow Creek Bed & Breakfast in Pine, Colorado. Their wedding was so intentionally crafted and each choice they made represented such deep meaning between Heather & Zach. Heather had both her parents walk her down the aisle and for the ceremony, they recited traditional celtic vows and had a hand-fasting ceremony (where the term "tying the knot" comes from). Their whole day felt present, intimate, warm.

We met Heather & Zach last September. They were one of the first weddings we booked after making the leap to move our business to Colorado, and from the first sip of coffee with them, we connected immediately. We took their engagements at Rocky Mountain National Park and heard about their story. We knew pretty much immediately that these two were special & that capturing their wedding would be a humbling and beautiful experience. Since then we've gone on hikes & gotten to know these two, and I have to say that these photos speak to me in such a deep way because Heather & Zach are an incredibly inspiring pair.

Plus, we got to play Settlers of Catan at the reception. What's better than that?

Venue: Meadow Creek Lodge
Videographer: Oak Cask Media
Hair: Two Birds One Stone
Flowers: Diz's Daisies
Catering: Relish
Officiant: Joy Burton
Bridal Boutique: Felice Bridal
Dress Designer: Willowby by Watters
Groom's Attire: Brooks Brothers


Cedar & Pines is an adventure wedding photography duo made up of Nate and Megan Kantor, a married couple based in the mountains of Colorado. They believe in honest wedding photography, capturing the small candid moments to the epic landscape views. They love photographing intimate weddings and adventure elopements from the mountains of Colorado to destination weddings in California, Utah, New Mexico, Arizona, Wyoming, Washington and the ends of the earth.

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