I have a serious soft spot for those Colorado Rockies and an even softer spot for couples that totally embrace whatever their big day may bring… including rain and snow. This couple got a little of both. With smiles and umbrellas (and the cutest no crying banners) they marched down the aisle on a cool Colorado morning giggling at Mother Nature along the way.  Jenna Walker Photographers captured this couple’s snow-filled I do’s to perfection and if you ask us, the weather just makes everything that much more dreamy. See for yourself, click here to see the full gallery of goodness.

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From Jenna Walker… Ali & Cooper are the creative masterminds behind San Francisco-based Cooper Carras Photography. Shooting weddings on a weekly basis, it came as no surprise that Ali & Cooper would find something different up their sleeves when it came to saying “I do.” Anything ordinary or traditional was set aside. The typical violinist would be replaced with the sweet serenade of a mountain bluegrass banjo player. Paper flowers and one simple hand-assembled bouquet would take the place of a florist. And a little rain wouldn’t stop these two from tying the knot in a meadow in the early morning hours. In an open space park outside of Boulder, Colorado – Ali & Cooper tied the knot and made their own sunshine – proving that a little rain just might be good luck on your wedding day.

They toasted to their happiness with close family and friends in a lunch-time celebration at Boulder’s The Kitchen – an organic eatery with all the makings of simple.

Photography: Jenna Walker Photography / Flowers: picked and put together by the bride; handmade paper flowers / Ceremony: Heil Valley Ranch Open Space Park outside of Lyons, Colorado / Reception: The Kitchen, Boulder CO / Transportation: Banjo Billy Bus