I was so stoked from the moment that Haley and Seth’s email about their Washington Mt. Rainier Elopement landed in my inbox! I had never been there before and was so excited to photograph an elopement in such an incredible location.
Valley Forge is one of my tried and true locations for engagement photos, and it was the perfect spot for Amanda and Corey! We had so much fun documenting this time in their life and their love for each other!
Historically, elopements began as a way to run away and marry your loved one without the approval of your parents or family. Thankfully, now there are plenty more (and nicer) reasons couples choose to elope! If you’re debating between eloping and having a big wedding, this list will help you to decide if eloping is right for you!
When my little sister Carly married Sawyer, they knew right away that they wanted my team for wedding photography. My associate shooter Becky captured their day beautifully, and I got to enjoy the day with my family instead of being behind the camera.
If you and your partner have already decided to elope instead of hosting a traditional wedding – congrats! However, with the entire world at your fingertips it can be hard to narrow down where to elope. Fortunately, I’ve created a quiz to help you find your perfect spot!
Zion National Park is one of my favorite spots in the country – both for elopements and personal visits! Located in Southern Utah, Zion National Park is made up of desert, canyon, and deciduous forest ecosystems. Thanks to all of this gorgeous biodiversity, there are so many fantastic spots to elope throughout Zion, and it’s a great choice for couples who love the outdoors.
"We cried when we saw the photos for the first time. The pictures are everything we were hoping for and more! The experience was so fun and we are beyond ecstatic that Cara was able to capture so many meaningful moments for us."
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