You couldn’t have asked for a more beautiful spring day for Caitlin and Ross’s intimate Colorado mountain wedding at Blackstone Rivers Ranch. There was a little bit of snow still left on the ground from the week before, but it only made the mountains more beautiful for photos.
And I’m pretty sure I have never seen two people more excited for their wedding — in part, I think, because it meant that they would get to see each other every day — no more long distance dating.
Ross and Caitlin had a whirlwind wedding weekend, with an intimate mountain wedding on Friday, followed by an after-party open house for all of their friends Saturday. On Sunday they were hitting the road to move to Kansas, and on Monday Ross started a new job! “We are just so thankful to be able to share all these new experiences together and grow together in our trust in the Lord and His perfect plan for us,” says Caitlin.
Ross and Caitlin’s wedding was all about details — they were very intentional in all that they did. From the small number of guests and family present, to Caitlin’s grandmother making the bouquets, to Caitlin’s grandfather reading Scripture during the ceremony — every detail was well thought out and intentional.
I asked these two what they both wanted most to remember about their wedding day, and Caitlin said it was the look on Ross’s face when he first saw her walking toward him — it was pure love and adoration. And right before she walked down the aisle, she remembers feeling overjoyed that it was finally time to become Ross’s wife. “I couldn’t wait to see him and have him see me.” Ross described the incredible feeling of walking back down the aisle as a married couple — something he never wants to forget.