This styled elopement is set in the forests surrounding Woodlands House, Oregon, and celebrates the love between twin flames, Kayla and Megan.
CD & Mary are inspired by solar and lunar themes and have multiple engagement rings that represent them. In the lead-up to the wedding, they will wear one another’s rings to charge them up with love.
This effortlessly cool inspired wedding celebrates street food, live music, vibrant colors, dancing and of course, love. It’s love in motion: Bright and full of character.
Amy and Marcy are both in their 50’s – it took them each a little while to find their person. They celebrate marriage in a totally unique and laid-back ceremony in the forests of Oregon.
Surrounded by just their four children, in the middle of a pandemic, Smith Rock Oregon was the perfect setting for these two lovers to say, “I do.”
Through rain, this creative team and LGBTQ+ couple hiked along a 2-mile trail to capture this adventurous elopement inspiration.
Amanda and Meghan decided to elope at Drift Creek Falls in Oregon. They climbed trees, shared vows and became wife and wife amongst nature.
Covid changed their wedding plans, and instead of a big celebration, Cassi and Greta eloped, and had their loved ones stream in live on Zoom.
Danielle is in the military, and it’s been challenging coping with her deployment, and learning to prioritize their love language has become imperative.