Drew + JAmie
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Have you ever adventured in this iconic American national park? Fun fact, Yosemite National Park is where I fell in love with the West! Read this blog post to learn all about my favorite hikes, how to get to Yosemite and the best places to stay near this fan favorite national park.
Did you know you can incorporate adventure into any and every wedding? From a rock climbing elopement to a traditional wedding at a downtown venue in the city, you can have a mountain wedding adventure! Read the story of how Katie and Max planned their wedding timeline to include this mountain adventure the day after their wedding. Ready to plan your mountain wedding? Let’s adventure!
Planning an elopement, but don’t know where to start? I get it! A lot of prep work and planning goes into every adventure elopement. But, have no fear! I’m here to help! Read this blog to learn all the things you need to know to elope in Washington.
When eloping in the Pacific Northwest, there are endless options of what could be the backdrop for your adventure elopement. The abundant amount of options can quickly become overwhelming! But, fear not! I have put together a list of the top five best elopement backdrops to help you plan your own adventure elopement. This list includes links to elopements and adventure sessions with these backdrops to help you envision your own elopement in these locations. Alright, let’s adventure, shall we?
After becoming big fans of this couple over pizza in the city, we headed to Snoqualmie National Forest for their engagement session. It’s engagement sessions like these that leave me feeling really grateful for my job as an adventure elopement photographer. Are you engaged and looking for an adventure? Keep reading!
Wanting to elope in Washington but stuck on what location to choose? Dive into this blog post to learn about the top places to elope in Washington. From the rugged peaks to the beaches of Washington, I am covering all the top places to elope in Washington.
This bohemian style vow renewal on top of a mountain during a hazy, fire-filled sunset has ties to the very beginning of Between the Pine. Read the story to find out how this couple changed Between the Pine forever. You’ll see photos of a stunning wedding dress and mountain side picnic (complete with Trader Joe’s goodies, obviously!), and I might just convince you that fire lookouts are the best locations for an adventure elopement.
A secret elopement tucked away in the forest of Mt Rainier National Park? Yes please, I’m here for it! This post is all about how these two pulled off the surprise of their lives when they eloped in the mountains months before tying the knot with the official marriage license at the courthouse. Mount Rainier pulled out all the stops for this adventurous elopement, with blue skies, snow covered forest floor and a stunning sunset worthy of a dance party (you’ll have to read the story to find out why the dance party was a real tear-jerker).
With the mecca of mountain ranges the Pacific Northwest has to offer, you might imagine that there are busloads of tourists and adventure-seekers who flood to the PNW during the sunny summer months. In the case of some Washington national parks, you’re not wrong to assume that. However, read this blog to find out where the least-visited national park is located in Washington and why this park is clearly underrated!
A summer sunset among a rocky terrain makes for an incredible backdrop for this adventurous elopement in Eastern Washington. I broke away from my usual pine-tree-happy-place to explore the natural beauty of Eastern Washington. Do you know why Eastern Washington and the Pacific Northwest have such differing terrains? Read about Ben and Whitney’s elopement in Palouse Falls to find out.
A slot canyon, petrified rock trail and a stunning sunset caused this Pacific Northwest adventure photographer to fall hard for the beauty of southern Utah. Check out this Snow Canyon State Park elopement and you will be planning your next trip to this little southern Utah gem soon, trust me!
An adventurous couple ties the knot by doing a multi-pitch climb to the top of Monkey Face Rock in Smith Rock State Park. Did that sentence just inspire you to conquer the world? Me, too! Click to read more about this epic rock climbing elopement in central Oregon.