Knowing they couldn’t marry in the Catholic church, Hannah and Jordana opted to elope in the Colorado wilderness, just the two of them and some keepsakes.
This Colorado mountain elopement was every bit planned as it was perfect. From hiking to the summit with backpacks and wedding attire strapped to them to the ceremonial lighting of a joint as newlyweds.
Eight miles, that’s how long Katie and Nora hiked (the last 2 miles in their wedding gowns) to say ‘I do’ at the magnificent North Cascades National Park.
Carly and Martina treated themselves to new hiking gear to marry amongst the mountains at sunrise – they even managed to get a friend to officiate.
After a sunrise hike, Betsy and Lora eloped among the Dolomites. Their adventure elopement was filled with promises, vows and champagne to celebrate wife and wife.
Through rain, this creative team and LGBTQ+ couple hiked along a 2-mile trail to capture this adventurous elopement inspiration.
Gina and Melissa shared a meaningful mountain elopement in Asheville, surrounded by nature they set intentions and became wives.
Deciding that their commitment to marriage was something personal, Ash and Bree eloped while hiking in the Rocky Mountains.