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Sedona Elopement Photographer - Devil’s Bridge Adventure Elopement Celeste & AJ’s Anniversary Adventure Session
These two said their vows to each other two years ago during an intimate backyard wedding. Sadly, they did not receive many wedding photos. This lead them to me, for an adventure anniversary session in Sedona! We hiked four miles with their best hiking companions (aka Huskies), Calypso and Nova to stunning views in Red Rock country. The location was perfect and we photographed until there was no light left. Our hike back was not a disappointment either, because we had a full moon showing us the way and a little cooler Arizona temperatures!
I want to share something Celeste wrote on social media because it completely embodies what an adventure elopement is all about. "Four years together, four years of climbing, and enjoying the views with you. This anniversary shoot was a complete representation of how I feel about you AJ. I will climb mountains, in any condition, and push myself, mentally, physically and spiritually, just to enjoying the view with you." - Celeste
I could not have put this in better words myself. Eloping in state parks, national parks and anywhere else you can adventure is not just about the breathe taking views, but also about the climb and journey together. I am so thankfully that I can create moments like these for my clients and be apart of something so beautiful in life.
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Also, huge shout out to Foothills Floral Gallery for providing the lovely bouquet and floral head crown. Foothills Floral Gallery always provides me with beautiful flowers for my sessions!
Are you thinking of Eloping soon? Please feel free to reach out to me, I would be happy to help you plan and photograph your Elopement!
Nothing Fancy just Love.
Elopements are just that, love.
Meet Tori & Sam a lovely pair that got married in Louisiana last year, but moved here several months ago. We set out a just a couple of days before their one year wedding anniversary and four year 'being together' anniversary to Watson Lake and Sedona, Arizona. It was all of ours first time to Watson Lake and I must say, it is the perfect spot for an elopement. It is fantastic for that Phoenix couple that doesn’t want to go too far or the destination couple from afar. It is accommodating if you want a few guests or no guest and just all love. Visually Watson Lake offers fantastic options for photography during your elopement. Here Tori and Sam renewed their vows to each other and explored some of the upper areas of the lake.
Then we headed to the ever breath taking, Sedona. Just as Sedona has endless trail options, it offers just the same options to the adventurous elopement couples. After a few images on Airport Loop Trail and near Cathedral Rock we sat for a picnic before heading home to Phoenix. What better way to end your day than good food, company and watching the sunset against Cathedral Rock after renewing your vows??
These are just two of the stunning locations that Arizona offers to the adventurous elopement couples! Arizona if filled with photo dream worthy elopement locations. I feel so blessed that I get to photograph elopements and be apart of something the day couples start their forever.
Reach out to learn more about my elopement photography packages and how I can help you in the planning process!
Where there is love, there is happiness.
During my road trip in Arizona, I stopped in Sedona to photograph a past client, this time with her lovely fiance! You could hardly say we settled for the Red Rocks as our backdrop on this desert engagement session. We had gorgeous morning light on a chilly day which was nice for our short hike to make some beautiful images. We even ended the shoot on a jolly note taking some fun holiday portraits, you know my favorite!!