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    I graduated from the Art Institute of Colorado in 2006 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in photography. Immediately upon graduation, I opened Kendall Price Photography and started photographing weddings and portraits. 2016 marks our TENTH year in business! I look back on these past ten years with so much gratitude. I can’t thank you enough for inviting me into your homes to photograph your new baby. For trusting me to be the only person in the room with you as you are about to walk down the aisle and say, ‘I do.’ For documenting your growing families, and the highlights of your life. I am so appreciative and I look forward to the next 10 years!

Mammoth Mountain Wedding Photography | Top of the Mountain Wedding

Kevin and Liza traveled all the way from Minnesota to get married at the very top of Mammoth Mountain at 11,053 feet.  Mammoth Mountain is nestled in the Sierra Nevada Mountains not far from Yosemite National Park.  From the top of the mountain you can see miles of the the picturesque mountain range, so it is easy to see why they chose to get married there!  Here are a few photos of their small, intimate wedding with just a few family members at Mammoth Mountain.

 

A few of Liza’s wedding details where she got ready . . .

 

Her father seeing her for the first time in her wedding dress . . .

 

 

To get to the top of Mammoth Mountain, we took a gondola ride and enjoyed the spectacular views!

 

 

Here comes the bride . . .

 

 

Doesn’t the Sierra Nevada Mountain Range make a stunning backdrop for their wedding ceremony?

 

 

The wedding was such a special family affair!

 

 

Following the ceremony, the group said hello to their family and friends back home on the webcam at the top of Mammoth Mountain . . .

 

 

They also had a little fun throwing snow balls.  In July!

 

 

Before heading back down the mountain on the gondola, we took a few portraits with the mountains in the distance . . .

 

 

And then went to a nearby creek for a different backdrop . . .

 

 

Afterwards, everyone gathered at Campo in the Village to enjoy a meal and some cake!

 

 

Congratulations Kevin and Liza!  Thanks for having me travel to Mammoth Mountain to document your day!

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