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What We Look For

In order to best serve our Denver brides and grooms, we kindly ask for photos only from Denver-area weddings. We are looking for photos that tell the story of your wedding day: portraits that connect us to you and your partner and images that give us an overall feel for your Denver wedding. We love detail shots because we want to give our readers lots of practical suggestions and ideas for planning their own weddings.

Newlyweds

We'd love to feature your wedding photos on the Colorful Colorado Weddings blog! Please fill out the questions below and follow the instructions at the bottom of this page to submit your wedding photos.

Photographers

Please share this page with a couple you know! We'd love to interview them about the details of their wedding and feature your photos.

"A modern twist on a fairy tale wedding" "Country girl and city boy elopement" "Oktoberfest and Christian wedding traditions rolled into one"
Theme, decor, colors, traditions, or anything else that was important to you
How did you decide what was important enough to you to splurge on and what you were willing to cut costs on?
Please give a shout-out to as many of your vendors as possible!
In submitting this form, you acknowledge Colorful Colorado Weddings has permission to edit and publish the content you are submitting. Please view the instructions below for submitting wedding photos. *

Please email us about 40-100 non-watermarked images via Dropbox, Google Drive, or compressed zip file to ColorfulColoradoWeddings@gmail.com for us to choose from. Images must be at least 720px wide. If your photographer uses Two Bright Lights, they can share the album with us that way instead.

We really like to tell the story of the whole wedding day. We're looking for photos of the couple getting ready, the ceremony, reception, imaginative portrait shots, guests doing special activities, the first dance, and the couple's big exit.  We love detail shots of venues, fashion, flowers, invitations, favors, programs, dessert, decorations, and centerpieces.

We do not typically feature photos of family groups, cake cutting, or group dancing. Focusing on the wedding details will be helpful to our readers who are planning their own weddings.