A love story nine years in the making, Skylar and Gabe met back in sixth grade, and were best friends ever since. A beautiful road led to this long awaited day at Chapel Road Retreat, and dry eyes were nowhere in sight.
It was a surprisingly warm evening, when I met Maddie for her PFW graduation photos. Spring was in full bloom, and we adventured around campus taking photos, laughing, and popping champagne. We ended the evening on the PFW parking garage rooftop, dancing in the orange sunset. I don’t know about you, but Maddie’s feeling 22 […]
As the Indiana sun softly set, Skylar + Gabe met with me at Lakeside Park & Rose Gardens for their sweet engagement session. The flowers and roses were in full bloom, and the air held the sweet floral scent as we laughed and joked around together. We chatted about their sweet story, and how they […]
Eloping doesn’t mean you can’t still include your loved ones. This is all the ways you can include your family and friends in your elopement.
Michigan is such a diverse state to elope in, and has countless gorgeous locations that will take your breath away. If you’re wanting to elope in Michigan, but aren’t sure where, these are some of our top recommended locations that will give you an incredible experience and scenery!
So you’re wondering if eloping might be the right choice for you two. Being newly engaged is a whirlwind of emotions, and can bring on a lot of uncertainty of what your wedding will look like. So we compiled 7 signs that you should elope and why! What is an elopement or adventure wedding? Eloping […]
The end of summer sunlight warmed our goosebumps as we met Mae and Jess at the beach for their Lake Michigan elopement. We headed out in the early morning to grab a paddleboard and spent the morning paddleboarding around Lake Michigan, splashing and laughing as sand found it’s way into our bags.
A layer of thick fog hovered over the copper treeline as we made our way to Black Rocks, for an epic Upper Peninsula elopement in Michigan. We carefully picked our way over the volcanic rocks, while the wind hissed in our ears. It was cold, but not enough to hurt.