Once again, I wanted to reach out the community and everyone who voted to name Timothy Faust Photography the best photographer in Summit County. There really aren’t words to tell you all how thankful we are.
Kyle and Tara are Summit County locals, which is always a great pleasure to photograph. They planned their summer wedding at the Silverthorne Pavilion, which is a delightful midsize venue in Summit County, Colorado. I love the thought they put into the planning and details to make both their local and out of town guests feel welcome. We found so many great opportunities for photos without ever walking more than a few steps from the pavilion.
Holly and Brent planned a Breckenridge destination wedding from their home in Mississippi. They picked a date in October, that can be a bit risky for weather in the mountains. Everything worked out perfectly. A snowstorm a few days earlier meant the peaks would be covered in snow, but it was still warm and sunny in the valley. Before the wedding we did wedding portraits at Officer’s Gulch. It is one of my all time favorite places to take couples for photos in Summit County. It’s only about a 20 minute driver from Breckenridge, and features parking a short walk to a small lake and creek surrounded by beautiful mountains.
Carson and Trey came all the way out from Wisconsin for their small destination wedding at Sapphire Point in Breckenridge, Colorado. Sapphire Point is a perfect location for smaller weddings that is a convenient location minutes Breckenridge, Dillon, and Frisco, Colorado. This season, the wildfire smoke was more intense than usual. It blocked some of the iconic views, but still made for some exciting images.
Location: The Lodge at Breckenridge Officiant: Gretchen Abernathy Kim and Joe picked the perfect time of year for a wedding at the lodge at Breckenridge. The fall colors were really peaking, and the views from the lodge are really impressive in the fall. One of my favorite things about this wedding is when the mountain[more…]