I'm Tamera Goldsmith, a portrait and wedding photographer based in Colorado Springs and serving the Front Range: the Springs, Denver, Boulder, Fort Collins, Pueblo and the world. I specialize in wedding photojournalism and creative lifestyle portraiture, including maternity, babies, children, families and high school senior portraits. Thanks for visiting!

Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Jaime & Logan's Colorado Springs wedding

[ Colorado Springs wedding photography ]

Logan and Jaime's fabulous wedding at the Cheyenne Mountain Conference Resort took place on June 19th, a typically windy and sunny Colorado day. Not only was the ceremony very emotional and sweet, Jaime and Logan put on a rip roarin' party, as you'll see from the pictures. They have some extremely fun friends! Congrats to Jaime and Logan on their union!

Bride's gown: Casablanca Bridal, Something New Boutique
Hair styling: Justine Rivera at Mateo's Salon & Day Spa
Makeup: Pamela Johnson, Face/BodyFX
Bridesmaids' attire: Bill Levkoff, Something New Boutique
Ceremony and reception venue: Cheyenne Mountain Conference Resort
Floral design: Ambience Florals
DJ services: Blue Moon Entertainment

I love the color scheme -- leaf green and terra cotta. Beautiful!

I wonder if the bridesmaids noticed that they had a little helper.

Married! Hip hip hooray!

Cheyenne Mountain Conference Resort is so pretty.

One last shot before I went home.


Wednesday, July 07, 2010

Dave & Kathy's wedding at the Sunbird

[ Colorado Springs wedding photographer ]

As you can see, Kathy and Dave are not my usual 20- or 30-something bride and groom. They are, in fact, in their 60s, and Dave is happily retired. Both of them have grown children who are happy to see them find love a second time around. I thoroughly enjoyed this wedding and am especially happy for these two lovebirds. Dave and Kathy, happy honeymoon!

Kathy's "something old" was this vintage necklace, worn as a bracelet.

The beautiful bouquet featured pink peonies and white feathers. So romantic!

David watching his bride walk up the aisle on her children's arms. The reverend is a close personal friend of theirs, and clearly he was touched by the sight as well. Wonderful moment captured by my assistant Allison.

The grandkids.

Everyone wore name/description tags as an ice breaker. This is Kathy's son, Adam. He and his wife Laura are good friends of mine.

The paparazzi line up for the cake cutting.

Now this is how you eat wedding cake! No holds barred!