February 8, 2021
This is one of my favorite locations in the Zion area because all these spots are only a few minutes away from each other. This formal session is the perfect example of all the different vibes you can achieve in just one shoot!
Brittany & Austin eloped to Zion National Park in early October. This time of year is when we get our peek autumn colors on the east side of Zion. I loved everything about this elopement, from the intimate ceremony with only their parents attending, to the portraits we took in the park afterward. We went to three locations within the park. I wanted to capture the pretty reds of the oak trees, the slot canyons and the overlook for sunset. I’m really proud of how these photos came out. And I had so much fun with Brittany and Austin. They made my job easy!
If you are planning an autumn wedding in Zion National Park look no further for inspiration. I would love to collaborate with any future couples thinking about making Zion National Park their wedding destination.
Boquet – Bloomers @bybloomers
Hair & Makeup – Tracy’s Makeup @tracysmakeupandhair
I’m pretty excited to share this wedding photoshoot I did with Monica & Danny in Zion National Park.
Monica & Danny are from Florida, they had never been to Zion before, so it was fun showing them around. I have to admit I did freak them out a bit when I pull off the side of the road and pointed at the mountain I wanted to climb for the final location! They were really awesome about it though, I let them take brakes when they needed it (living at sea level and hiking in Utah can be a challenge!) and in the end, they were really happy with the views and the final product. I even got a Christmas card from them with a bunch of photos from our adventure which was so cool.
Nansi & Jamie traveled all the way from the UK to elope to Zion National Park. They stayed at Under the Eaves in Springdale. I love this adorable B&B. So many fun details all over the property.
Jamie and Nansi shared a private first look in one of the cabins, and we followed with some portraits of them and their closest family and friends who made the trip to Utah. After, we headed into the park to take some couples portraits. It was very windy but it made for some cool shots that I really ended up loving.
Their ceremony took place right outside the park’s borders at a place called Rockville Bench. I just loved everything about this elopement. Nansi and Jamie are the sweetest people, and their quirky style was to die for. I hope they get to come back and visit us soon.