5 Tips for your Wedding Planning by Photographers in Durango CO

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Karen and Ken Skelly, who are Photographers in Durango CO, would love to share some more tips to help make your wedding day planning a little easier. If you missed the first 8 tips that were posted last week, you can go here to view them.

1. Hire Professional Vendors: I know everyone has a budget, but believe me, your wedding will run so much smoother when you have a seasoned professional helping you out. I’ve already talked about a professional hair and makeup artist, but it does make a huge difference in the way you look in your photographs. A professional DJ or band will help coordinate your reception. A wedding planner, even just a “day of” planner will make sure everything is in place and running smoothly. A florist will make sure your flowers are delivered on time and in beautiful shape. And, of course, a professional photographer will capture all those memories for your kids and grandkids to ooh and aah over. Let your friends and family enjoy the wedding without worrying about getting the images you want of your wedding.

2. Designate a Family Finder: This is the person who helps round up the family and bridal party who have wandered off during the formal portraits. The photographer doesn’t know everyone you want in your photographs and we don’t want to miss anyone.

3. Plan the Day with your Photographer: A detailed timeline that you have prepared either yourself or with your wedding planner/dj/band, etc will help the photographer be ready for big events during the day. During the getting ready stage of your day, have the flowers, rings, dress, veil, shoes, jewelry, and anything else you want to include in your images available for the photographer. Try to have the room where you’re getting ready as tidy as possible, unless of course you want to have the chaos of the day shown in the photographs (which is also fine).

4. Posing for Beauty: The photographer will show you poses that will help you look slimmer, taller, and more relaxed. Here are some things to practice: Put one foot forward (the one closest to the camera), bend the knee of your front foot, and put all your weight on your back leg. Lean forward just slightly, roll your shoulders back just a little. Lowering your chin just slightly will open up your eyes and hide any double chins. Breathe through your mouth with your lips sightly parted. You can also have your ladies practice these poses also. Practice in front of a mirror. Being silly and dancing around make great photographs. Relax and have fun!

5. Don’t Procrastinate: Putting things off in your planning is only going to make things more stressful. Make a list, make decisions, and you can cross it off. “Just Do It”.

Let us know if you need help with anything. Long Live Love!

Thanks, Karen

Karen Skelly Photography

Photographers in Durango CO

www.karenskellyphoto.com

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970.884.5292

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8 Tips for your Wedding Planning by Durango CO Photographers

So you recently got engaged and you’re all excited to start planning your wedding day. I can relate because I remember planning my wedding. It will be one of the happiest times of your life, but can also be stressful. I’ve put together 8 tips that might help you out (I’ve got 5 more, but I’ll put those in another post). My husband and I are Durango CO Photographers and we want you to have a wonderful wedding day:

  1. Have an Engagement Session: I can’t stress enough how important this is for you. Your photographer can do a good job at your wedding without an engagement session, but imagine if you do the engagement session and you, your fiance, and your photographer get to know each other pretty well. You’ll be more comfortable in front of the camera, you’ll be more relaxed, and have a better time at your wedding. The photographer learns how you move, how you interact with each other, what your hobbies are, and how you like your photographs edited (straight, vintage, colorful, black and white, etc). Now you’re going to have amazing wedding images. Also, you can use those engagement images for save the date cards and in a guest signing album that will wow your guests and you can proudly display it on your coffee table with all those well wishes family and friends have written in there for you.
  2. Don’t buy a dress that is too small: I know, I know, you’re going to diet and exercise and get into great shape to fit into that dress. It may or it may not happen. Life (and wedding planning) get in the way. If you do drop a few pounds, you can always have the dress tailored. If you don’t, well, your dress isn’t going to fit very well. Even when you buy a dress off the rack that fits, you will probably have to have some tailoring done just to tweak it to fit your body better. Please don’t buy a dress on line. I’ve heard all the horror stories.
  3. Schedule your ceremony for late in the afternoon: Bright sunshine coming directly down on your face is not very flattering (think raccoon eyes). A professional photographer can use a flash to
    offset that to some degree, but your images still won’t be as beautiful as we want them to be. Having your ceremony in a shaded area is also preferable to an open area. Late in the afternoon, when the sun is lower in the sky makes the lighting more beautiful. And we love beautiful light.
  4. Schedule more time for getting ready: Whatever amount of time you think it’s going to take to get your makeup and hair done and get into your dress, add another hour. Most weddings run late because it took longer to get ready than you thought.
  5. Allow more time for your photography: I don’t mean that you need hours, but if you want some of the photographs taken before the ceremony, see above #4. A First Look is a wonderful idea so we can have more time for the two of you. This is where the groom will be standing at the bottom of a stairway, at the end of a hall, or outside somewhere. The bride will come up behind him and turn him around to have a look at his future bride and you get to enjoy the view in private and he can tell you how beautiful you look. This adds a whole new set of images to your wedding album. The amount of time spent between the ceremony and reception for family portraits and bridal party portraits is very dependent on the size of the family/bridal party.
  6. Include your Personality: When couples include their hobbies and/or their jobs into their wedding, the images are so much better. They become very personal and make the wedding special to them. I love to photograph couples who have fun hobbies that we can include. Tell your photographer everything you like to do – you may be surprised at some of the ideas we can come up with.
  7. Make a back-up plan for bad weather: Yes, it does happen. I’ve been to outdoor weddings where it rained, got very cold, and even snowed (in June). Anything can happen here in Colorado. Make sure your venue has a tent they can set up if they don’t already have one. You may need large space heaters as well. Bring something to wear in between photos, like a shawl, jacket, or a cape.
  8. Include your future hubby: He may not think he has opinions on many parts of the wedding planning, but if you start showing him specific items (like two different types of flowers, two different djs or bands), he might just want to help.

Hope you enjoyed these tips. Stop back in for the other 5 that I’ll post later. Follow my blog for the rest of the story:) See the Follow button on the bottom right.

Thank you,

Karen Skelly Photography

Durango CO Photographers

www.karenskellyphoto.com

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970.884.5292

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Alexis’s Senior Portraits by Durango CO Photographers

Alexis came with her dad and step mom from New Mexico to have Durango CO Photographers take her senior portraits with some beautiful scenery. She currently attends a Charter School in New Mexico and would like to attend school to become a certified physical therapist once she graduates.

She played softball for 3 yrs at school, loves chocolate milk, and her favorite movie is Top Gun. She describes her biggest accomplishment so far as learning to become independent. That can be a difficult achievement at such a young age (she’s 17 years old).

If she could meet and have a conversation with anybody, it would be Freddie Mercury. Even though I’m in a different generation than Alexis, I am also a fan of Queen, so music can transcend generations.

Alexis likes to spend time with her boyfriend, friends, and her grandparents. She’s very close to her dad and they love to watch baseball together. I loved photographing her because she was fun, outgoing, and she loves the outdoors (just like me!).

I hope you enjoy some of the images from her session. Thanks for looking.

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Sitting on a rock by the river

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Holding my homemade Senior sign

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Standing under a bridge looking cool

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Sitting in a chair surrounded by fall leaves

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Sitting in a window frame overlooking Durango

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Standing by river with fall colors all around her

Need family portraits, having a wedding, or a senior graduating, get in touch for more information

Thank you, Karen

Karen Skelly Photography

Durango CO Photographers

www.karenskellyphoto.com

karen@karenskellyphoto.com

970.884.5292

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Durango Photographers capture Goodin Family Portraits

The Goodin Family includes mom Anna, dad Robert, 3 yr old Catherine, and 8 month old Eliza, along with their two dogs who are elderly, but still getting around good. They won the gift certificate provided by Durango Photographers to the Garden Project of the Southwest for their silent auction.

Anna, is a lawyer, but is currently writing children’s books. Robert loves to ski in our great Durango Colorado area. Catherine loves Frozen and Moana movies and little Eliza is teething (poor baby). They all like to go hiking together and play with their dogs.

The day we did their family portraits turned out to be cold and windy, but they persevered and we got some great images for them (had to do some head swapping because hair was blowing into Catherine’s face in some of them). The two little girls are wearing dresses made by their great grandmother, so even though they were chilly, they did a marvelous job of looking like they were happy about doing the family photos – haha.

I hope you enjoy their portraits. Thanks for taking a look.

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Family sitting on rocks by the river

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Family walking across the bride swinging Catherine

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Catherine sitting on a rocking chair

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Catherine and Eliza snuggling in the leaves

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Family with their fur babies

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The family sitting on window frame above Durango

If you need family portraits taken, have a wedding coming up, or a high school senior graduating, get in touch with us to have those memories captured for you.

Thanks, Karen

Karen Skelly Photography

Durango Photographers

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Mattie and Jason’s Wedding by Photographers in Durango CO

Mattie and Jason live in Bayfield CO which is near where we live. We call ourselves Weddings by Photographers in Durango CO because Bayfield is a very small town and more people look in Durango for photographers. They both love horses and worked at Parelli Natural Horsemanship. Jason is an IT expert and Mattie worked on the professional administrative team.

The Wedding Day

They were married at Lemon Lake Lodge on a rainy day. The ceremony was supposed to be outside, but luckily they had a tent and that’s where they were married. The rain stopped right after the ceremony, so we were able to get all of the family, wedding party, and couple’s photos outdoors. This area is in a severe drought and there was very little water left in Lemon Lake. They are actually standing in the lake where there used to be water. I love the stormy looking sky and the colors in the images.

They got engaged on Thanksgiving day in 2017 after having been together for a year. There first date lasted 37 hours and was life changing for both of them. Mattie had actually given her two weeks notice at her job and was planning to move to Florida. After that date, she decided to stay and they are happily still living in Colorado.

This is how Mattie described the proposal:

“It was after dinner, Jason had planned it with our pastor (and friend) to do it then. He had even arranged for my parents to be there. We went around the table telling everyone what we were thankful for. Jason went last and made a little speech about how blessed he was to have me in this life. He ended with asking me to spend every Thanksgiving for the rest of our lives together while he slid the ring in front of me. By that point, we were both crying, so I think I croaked out ‘of course, yes!’.

Morgan is 12 yrs old and is Jason’s daughter. She was a bridesmaid for Mattie and you can tell they love each other just like mother and daughter. They are so happy to be celebrating their lives together.

Mattie and Jason both love to hike, fish, and explore the outdoors together. They love the towns of Durango, Salida, and Silverton. I can’t blame them (I’ve only been to Salida once a long time ago) – but I do love Durango and Silverton.

Enjoy their beautiful wedding day images.

 

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Bride and Dad walking to the tent in the rain

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The ceremony inside the tent

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Mattie, Jason, and their family and friends

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Mattie, Jason, and Morgan

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Portrait of Mattie

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Jason and Mattie walking in the field

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The big dip

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Jason and Mattie kissing at sunset

Thank you, Karen

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www.karenskellyphoto.com

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Durango Photographers with wedding at Strater Hotel

Georgia and Brooks currently live in Texas, but chose to get married in Durango CO because the weather is cooler and we have mountains. Durango Photographers all love people from other states who enjoy our scenery.

Georgia is from China so unfortunately her family wasn’t able to attend the wedding, but Brooks’ family became hers and you could tell that she loves all of them as well. Brooks was visiting his cousin in China who teaches English there, and Georgia was a good friend of his cousin. They met, dated, fell in love, and Brooks proposed. This is how he described the proposal – so sweet:

“Georgia was helping me pack up my old apartment so I could move closer to where she went to school. I mentioned I wanted to leave this stage of our relationship with this apartment and proposed”.

Georgia is currently a grad student and is studying to be a teacher. Brooks is a cyber security startup founder. They would both love to live in Durango, but obligations keep them in Texas. As Durango Photographers we would love to have them move here – we need teachers and computer geeks:)

Georgia and Brooks had their wedding ceremony at the Lions Den which is near Ft Lewis College and overlooks Durango. They held their reception at Strater Hotel. The Strater Hotel event coordinator, Emily, sets up both the ceremony and reception for the couple. She does an amazing job making sure everything runs smoothly and the couple has no stress on their happy day. The Strater Hotel is a beautiful place that was built in the late 1800s and embodies the old western style with some Victorian touches.  Many famous people have stayed at the Strater Hotel and it has been renovated many times over the years.

After the wedding ceremony, Georgia changed into a traditional Chinese dress. Durango Photographers love having variety with beautiful people and beautiful dresses. Georgia speaks perfect English and was funny and sweet.

Enjoy the photos:

 

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The Wedding Ceremony at Lions Den

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I told them to pretend I wasn’t there. They did a fabulous job of that.

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Standing in front of the Strater Hotel

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Bride’s sparkly shoes with wedding rings

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On the roof of the Strater Hotel

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Groom carrying the bride over the threshold into honeymoon suite at Strater Hotel

Thank you for reading this post,

Karen

Karen Skelly Photography

Durango Photographers

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970.884.5292

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Rachel’s Senior Portraits by Durango Photographers

Rachel is an outgoing, fun, beautiful girl who will be graduating from high school next spring and plans to study engineering in her home state of Missouri. Her and her family love to visit southwest Colorado to do some 4-wheeling and site seeing. Durango and Silverton are two of their favorite places, so they searched for Durango Photographers and hired us to take their daughter’s portraits. I always feel honored when they choose me and my husband. My husband, Ken, loves to go 4-wheeling also, so him and Rachel’s dad (also named Ken) had lots to talk about.

Right now she attends Festus Senior High, and plays volleyball and runs on the track team. She’s in the National Honor Society and the Book Club. So she’s not only beautiful, but smart as well. Her hobbies include snowboarding, art, tubing, and jeeping. Backpacking across Europe is on her bucket list. She’s very fond of chai tea (as am I), hence the photo of her reading and drinking tea. Two of my favorite things!

Her biggest accomplishment so far is Duke TIP (Talent Identification Program). I had never heard of this, but it’s a program for gifted students who are then provided with advanced educational opportunities. This girl is going to go far in life (of course, she also wants to travel).

Thanks for taking a look at her senior portraits.

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Close up of Rachel’s lovely face

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Reflecting on her future

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Reading and drinking tea are two of her favorite things

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Being a senior in high school is a special time in life

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She’s ready to travel (although not hitchhiking in the real world)

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This was an outtake showing how really windy it was that day

Luv, Karen

Karen Skelly Photography

Durango Photographers

www.karenskellyphoto.com

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Animas High School Graduation by Durango Photographers

I’ve been photographing the Animas High School Graduation in Durango CO for quite a few years now and it’s always a fun and exciting day. My husband and I are Durango Photographers, and he helps me get all of the graduating seniors in the right positions and then holds one of the flashes with umbrella. I have a teacher hold the other one because I need two to light the faces of all of these students.

We photograph the large group in the morning, then do a practice run for the actual graduation ceremony at the Ft Lewis College auditorium.  Then we come back in the evening to photograph each student with their diploma. I also do some candid photos during the ceremony, and finish off with the kids throwing their caps in the air.

This year was a smaller class than usual. In past years there have been 50-60 students and this year there was around 40. They expect next year to be back up to 60 kids. We offer the parents many options to purchase memories of their senior’s portraits. The most popular item is called a Memory Mate. It includes a photo of the class group taken in the morning, a inset of the student holding their diploma, along with their name and year of graduation. The Animas High School logo is also included. I’ve posted a sample of this Memory Mate below. They can also purchase prints of just their son or daughter in several different sizes.

We also give the school an 8×10 print of the class group which they frame and hang on the wall in the hallway near the principal’s office. They’re probably going to run out of room on that wall in a few years – haha.

Please enjoy these photos.

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AHS Graduating Class throwing their caps in the air

We also photograph high school senior portraits, weddings, family portraits, and boudoir. Give us a call at 970.884.5292 to set up a session.

Thanks, Karen

Karen Skelly Photography

Photographers in Durango CO

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Tiffany’s senior portraits by Photographers in Durango CO

Tiffany and her mom came all the way from Odessa Texas to have her senior portraits taken by Photographers in Durango CO.  Tiffany’s aunt lives in Cortez so it was a good excuse for them to visit this beautiful area.  They didn’t want her senior portraits taken in TX where there are no mountains and other gorgeous scenery.  They had a great time here and really enjoyed the hours we spent together to capture these amazing images of a beautiful girl. As with most of my clients, we went to three different locations so they would have lots of variety for these portraits.

They ordered some great items to remember her Senior year – an image box with 13 mounted images, a 20×24 canvas to hang on their wall, many prints, and 3 magnetized accordion albums.  I’ve had many clients from Texas and they all really value these photographic memories.

I just love her outfits, especially the white summer dress. The black skirt and jacket look so cool with the antique police car and motorcycle. She’s a glam cowgirl – haha.

If you have a boy or girl who will be a senior in high school this coming year, get in touch with me. Now is the time to do their senior portraits before school starts. Everybody gets so busy and it gets harder to schedule a session.

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Dalton Ranch Wedding by Photographers in Durango CO

My husband and I are photographers in Durango CO. We love to photograph the wedding days of our clients and are so grateful that they chose us.

Erika and Devin were married at Dalton Ranch Golf Course which is located in Durango CO and is an awesome venue for a wedding. Check out their website at www.DaltonRanch.com.

Erika and Devin both work for a natural gas company, but not in the same departments so they never actually crossed paths. They met at a friend’s barbeque party after a mutual friend talked to each of them separately and told them they would be a perfect match. So they finally met and have been together for 7.5 yrs.  They were engaged on August 12, 2017. While watching the sunset on top of Stoney Pass near Silverton CO, Devin got down on one knee and asked Erika to be his wife. It was a classic proposal which never gets old.

We did a First Look with the Bride and her Father, which is always emotional. It’s the first time he gets to see his daughter all dressed up on her wedding day.

There was so much love at this wedding with both of their families attending and many friends. One of their friends had the list of family portraits they wanted taken, so she just called each person into the photo and told others it was okay to leave. I would love to hire her for all my weddings – that was such a huge help.

As you scroll through the beautiful wedding images of Erika and Devin, I hope you feel like you know this couple a little bit and can share their joy and happiness. It was an honor and a privilege to be their wedding photographers.

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Luv, Karen

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