Images by Jared Wilson - Denver Wedding Photographer
Hello! I’m Jared Wilson, a Denver wedding photographer. I photograph weddings in the soaring Mile High City as well as nearby mountain towns. I have a passion for capturing even the simplest moment and turning it into a lasting memory. Having been a Denver wedding photographer for eight years now, I understand how the landscape here in Colorado can create some of the best backdrops in the world for a romantic wedding. Colorado’s beautiful mountains towering in the background make outdoor weddings here a thrilling experience every time I have the pleasure of photographing one.
But I am not limited to being a Denver wedding photographer! I also enjoy photographing destination weddings and events. I have traveled from Chicago to Mexico, Delaware, Iceland, and beyond - capturing the story of couples from all over the world.
Though I am a Denver wedding photographer, I consider myself a storyteller. I love being able to use photography to reveal a story no one will forget - the story of two people in love. A love story so powerful that whenever anyone hears it they’ll say “I want to be in love like that!” I pray that in 50 years from now, when your story is told again, you and everyone listening will feel the passion and love that you shared. Because a wedding is not just a day, it’s for forever and always.
I personally photograph a limited number of weddings each year, but I have some truly talented associate photographers at Jared Wilson Photography who are also available to photograph weddings in Denver and the surrounding cities. Glad you're here!
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f I was forced to pick my favorite thing about weddings and summarize it in one word that word would be: family. And these moments of joy shared between a family are never on display more than during the multi-day celebrations that are Indian weddings. I've done so many now in the Denver Colorado area that I know many of the families in attendance already. And I look forward to spending these 3 or 4 days celebrating with all of them as their sons and daughters are now men and women pledging their love to one another or cheering on their friends.
Maya and Raj's wedding at the Hyatt DTC was no exception. I was there for the Chunni, the Mendhi, the Sangeet, and of course the wedding day itself. It's a glimpse into the heart of a family that I treasure deeply. I'm reminded that as much as we are different in culture, etc. - we are the same in matters of the heart. Or... maybe not. There is something uniquely special about these bonds of friendship and family that I witnessed at Maya and Raj's wedding. It's something that has impacted me a great deal. Something I'll always remember. And something to be celebrated!
Engagement Photography in Denver - Sakina and Misbah
akina and Misbah found some snow for their Denver engagement session, but as we're used to in these parts - the day was filled with warmth and plenty of sunshine, making for another amazing day in Colorado! These two are off to Abu Dhabi - ABU DHADI! - and I'm sad to see them go. But happy to know that I will see them again soon.
f you have to do your engagement session in Colorado in the winter you might as well go all in and do it in the snow! Alisha and Kyle did just that as we found a nice open field in Boulder, Colorado in full view of the Flatirons and the majestic mountains. Be sure to bundle up and stay very, very close.
egendary Aspen Colorado. Could there be any better place for an outdoor Colorado wedding? I think not. The Maroon Bells in Aspen Colorado are the #1 most photographed place in Colorado, and the perfect location for Marie and Brandon's wedding. Surrounded by the tallest peaks, looking out over the meadow covered in wildflowers, finding yourself still like the lake spread out before you - this is the place of dreaming. And as Marie and Brandon confessed their love and commitment to one another you see that dreams do come true.
Wedding at the Broadmoor published in The Knot Magazine
hotographs are not meant to live on a computer. That's why I LOVE it when my clients' weddings get published in magazines for all to see! The Knot Colorado has once again published a wedding I've photographed and this time it is Elizabeth and Chad's wedding at the Broadmoor. To see some more about being published go here. And follow this link to see more of Elizabeth and Chad's wedding at the Broadmoor!
ere's the final 2013 favorites post (see also Candids and Portraits). This time, it's a few of my favorite Denver Engagement Photos of 2013. Ok, so they're not all from Denver, and a few aren't even from Colorado. Yep, that's Iceland and Idaho thrown into the mix as well! Can you figure out the destination wedding locations from looking at these photos? Engagement sessions are such a fun way for me to get to know couples before the big day arrives. And looking through this summary I notice a lot of kissing goes on at these sessions! I especially love the last one that shows a little tongue. ;)
nd here is part two (look for 2013 portraits and 2013 engagements). Call it what you want. Call it candid. Call it photojournalistic. Call it unposed.This is what is remembered. This is what is felt. And these photographs, capturing the briefest moments in time, are what bring it all back. Anxiety, excitement, joy, love... It's all here. And it's these moments that make me so happy to be a wedding photographer.