Telluride Wedding Photographer


Telluride Wedding Photographer

M & J Photography – Telluride Wedding Photographer

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M and J Photography is Michael and Jennifer Lewis, two award-winning photographers in love with photography and with each other. We photograph destination weddings anywhere a bride and groom want to get married. But we split our time between our homes in Mexico and Colorado.

Depending on our bookings, we live and work in the Riviera Maya of Mexico from November through May. From June through October, we split our time between SW Colorado and Santa Fe.

But, we have deep roots in Colorado. Aspen was Michael’s home for four years and the area’s beauty was the inspiration for choosing  a career in photography. He lived for a number of years in Denver and then Creede.  Jennifer graduated from CU and lived in Crested Butte and Creede, where we met. To us, Colorado will always feel like home.

Why Telluride?

Brides who choose Telluride for a destination wedding will have a wonderful selection of locations and good weather in the summer and fall. With world-class galleries and restaurants, there are plenty of activities to keep the guests busy. The famed Colorado mountain weather and the incredible beauty of  Telluride and the San Juans make it an ideal place for a destination wedding.

Where to get Married in Telluride?

On top of Telluride Mountain?

Hotel Telluride

The Peaks Resort & Spa

The Hotel Columbia

Mountain Lodge Telluride

Lumiere Telluride

When to Get Married in Telluride?

As we said summer and fall are wonderful times of year, with moderate, dry temperatures during the day and cool, crisp nights. There are a variety of festivals throughout the summer that make certain times of the year special, although you’ll be hard pressed to find a room during the Bluegrass Festival. Fly fishing and river rafting are better early in the summer. Hiking is good during both seasons, although you might run into a little snow on some trails in early June. Snow and winter lovers could choose a “white” wedding, but I would avoid the busy season around Christmas and New Years and President’s Weekend. March is one of the warmer winter months. The days are longer, the sun is stronger and you might be able to get married in summer clothes – on skis, of course!

 

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Thanks for visiting our site. We want to know about you and your wedding! Please use this form to get started. Our wedding packages begin at $3095. Shorter sessions for engagements and TTD begin at $795. We make every effort to respond promptly to your inquiry. We hope to speak with you soon!
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