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This soon-to-be-family came from Texas to Angel Fire, NM for a vacation. When they arrived, their home didn’t have heat…and it was 25 degrees outside. Despite a long drive, moving into a hotel, and cold temperatures, we still captured some amazing smiles. Lynn and Jon will be married this summer, little Macy loves Jon and is along for the ride! Congratulations to a beautiful engagement and a lovely blended family!
The Angel Fire Country Club is a remarkable place to seal your wedding vows! The lush grass and gorgeous pine offer a beautiful, green backdrop that few other venues can compete with. Wheeler Peak (New Mexico’s tallest mountain) is visible from the outdoor, summer reception area; additionally you are surrounded by mountains as you sit at 8600 feet.
Jessica and Carlos experienced the wedding of their dreams when they were married on top of a mountain in Angel Fire, NM! The ceremony was officiated by a friend of the family and the food was catered by the brother of the groom (who was also the best man)! This beautiful bride put a lot of thought into the details of her wedding. For instance, she made a gorgeous broach bouquet instead of a traditional bouquet with fresh flowers. The groomsmen wore “superhero” boutonnieres that were also made by this creative bride. There were so many laughs at this wedding, this couple will indeed live “happily ever after.”
Amber and Derek were married in Angel Fire, NM in early spring towards the end of the ski season. Amber’s favorite colors are black and red and she incorporated these colors into her ceremony and reception decor, her cake, wedding bouquet, jewelry, bridesmaids dresses, and her shoes! It’s always fun to photograph an Angel Fire wedding. Congratulations to this fun couple!
There is nothing like a wedding during the holidays! Julie and Steve were wed during Christmastime at the beautiful United Church of Angel Fire, NM. Their traditional wedding ceremony was small and intimate and all of their guests joined them at the altar. After the knot was tied, Julie and Steve braved the cold for some photographs in front of the mountains which were adorned snow and a sunset.