Hey to the young and fun-loving couples!

First of all, congratulations! Even though we haven’t met (yet!) I’m so excited for you!


Katie Blondin, KB Radiant Photography

Hey friend!

I’m Katie Blondin

I’m a Parker, Colorado micro wedding photographer who photographs young, down-to-earth couples and help them overcome the chaos of wedding planning so they can fully celebrate their commitment to God and each other during their small wedding. I’m all about capturing the snuggles, giggles, and love for the young 20 somethings! My husband and I met when we were 21 and we were married exactly a year later. I empathize with the equal parts of wanting a small, romantic wedding and speeding-things-along desires that come from getting married at a young age.

From our very first meeting, this detail obsessed, brunette shortie is ready to help out with your micro wedding planning and timeline creation, even if you plan to get married on your family friend’s ranch. I’m also all for helping you find a mountain top or a mountain-esque rustic barn venue; whatever radiates who you are as a couple!

During your big day, I’m not only there for tangible memories, but for YOU as well. I’ll be your third wheel if you’re feeling overwhelmed. And as a bonus, I’m there to capture you and your fiance’s personalities in an interactive and fun way!


What is a microwedding?

Microweddings aren’t a new concept, but they are definitely becoming more popular as we navigate into a post-COVID-19 era.

Microweddings are typically described as small weddings with no more than 50 guests, but they are basically a fancier term for intimate, non-elopement weddings. They are different from elopements in that they include more of your close family and friends instead of just you and your fiance on an adventure or hike together alone.

When you’re a young couple, sometimes parents can inadvertently pressure you to invite family members like great Aunt Shirley (who is Aunt Shirley again?). Having a more intimate wedding allows you to take on less stress and gives you the freedom to invite people you know and love. Remember, your wedding is a celebration of the commitment between you and the person you’re marrying. Don’t feel obligated to turn it into a family reunion. <3


What your microwedding day could look like

(8 hours of photography coverage with around 75 guests)

9:00 – Have breakfast on the patio with your friends and family who are staying at the Airbnb near Uncle Joe’s cabin in the mountains where you’ll be married

11:00 – Start getting ready, mimosas and snacks on the porch while the photographer captures all the details of your cousins and sister (who are your bridesmaids) fixing their hair and you as you get ready

12:00- Get dressed and prepare for a first look with your husband-to-be!

12:30- Ceremony time!

1:00- Formal photos with your close family and friends

1:30- Spend some time with your spouse and take relaxed, fun, beautiful photos together

2:15- Hang out with your friends and family at a relaxed cocktail hour that features board games, outdoor games, and good conversations

4:00- Enjoy an early potluck style dinner

5:00- Happy cry while your sister shares sweet stories from your childhood and growing up together and as your now-husband’s best friends cracks jokes about their childhood together

5:15- Try not to cry again as you have a first dance with your daddy and then with your now-husband

5:30- Enjoy some cake and homemade ice cream

5:45- Open up the dance floor for some sweet moves from your brother-in-law

7:00- Sneak out for sunset photos

7:30- Hang out around a fire pit with your best friends and closest family, cuddled under a blanket, and enjoy s’mores and hot cocoa together

9:00- Wind down the party and thank and say goodbye to friends and family



“I will bless the LORD at all times;
his praise shall continually be in my mouth.
My soul makes its boast in the LORD;
let the humble hear and be glad.
Oh, magnify the LORD with me,
and let us exalt his name together!

I sought the LORD, and he answered me
and delivered me from all my fears.
Those who look to him are radiant,
and their faces shall never be ashamed.”