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Springdale Utah elopement. The global pandemic of COVID has forced the cancellation and postponement of months and months of weddings around the world. In some locations, like where I am in southeastern Pennsylvania, it is literally illegal for photographers to be seeing clients right now and large gatherings are banned.
There is so much uncertainty and for couples who are postponing their weddings, planning a large gathering even for later in the year may just feel unsafe or too challenging. More and more couples are considering investing their money into an adventurous, socially distanced, once-in-a-lifetime elopement. To which I say… great idea! If you are considering an elopement, it should still be photographed as personally, beautifully and meaningfully as a traditional wedding day.
Elopements are actually the days of most wedding photographers dreams. You could hire a celebrant simply to officiate or go without one and just share your own vows! As an avid traveler, almost everywhere I go, I think about how lovely it would be to pose newly minted spouses-for-life in front of [enter gorgeous view, stunning natural feature or unbelievable architecture here]. Savannah Smith Photography offers completely custom pricing on all destination weddings, micro weddings and elopements often at far, far less than the cost of my traditional wedding coverage.
Going somewhere my heart is itching to capture…? Thinking outside of the box? Want your wedding photos to leave everyone trying to pick their jaw up off of the floor? I am still so in awe of Iceland. I enjoy being forced out of my comfort zone and being delightfully surprised by every moment.
Iceland does that. There is no shortage of completely jaw-dropping, out of this world scenery. If you love wild, rugged, raw adventure and you want your elopement memories to feel completely surreal - Iceland is a great place for you to share your vows. The combination of being able to get a margarita from a street stand after enjoying one of the most incredible breakfasts of my life and visiting a remote fort in the middle of the ocean with sea turtles and the warmest, calmest water was just such a treat.
If you want to elope but are a little hesitant about doing it all on your own, then Key West might be the best spot for you. It attracts couples from all over the world for weddings, elopements and quaint commitment ceremonies Married and not very Springdale venues and outdoor spaces all over the area. There are venues like the Ernest Hemingway Home that are steeped in tradition but also there to provide you with guidance and structure for planning your elopement.
I would say that Key West is a great spot for couples who want to elope with a few beloved family members and friends instead of completely alone minus their photographer and officiant. If you love colorful homes, lush florals, amazing tropical drinks, great food, beautiful blue water and hot sunshine… consider eloping in Key West. Gorgeous and warm almost days a year - you really cannot go wrong. Dry Tortugas National Park keep in mind, this is a full-day excursion if booked through the NPS but you could easily charter a private boat or travel there by seaplanethe Ernest Hemingway Home they have very, very reasonably and affordable site rental rates for a bit more of a planned elopement with your closest family and friends in towThe Key West Butterfly and Nature Conservatory and The Truman Little Whitehouse.
In the winter, there are lit trees lining the cobblestone streets, some of the most over-the-top magazine worthy decorations and of course, LOTS of snow. The food is amazing, it has wonderful French charm and there would be no shortage of stunning portraiture locations. For couples aiming to keep things simple, there are several public spaces in Old City for quick ceremonies permits may be required that would offer the spectacular views of the charming, old buildings and streets.
I have had the blessed opportunity to visit some really incredible places. We were planning a trip to Utah for some light hiking and warmth and added Zion to our itinerary on the recommendation of a sweet friend. I could never have prepared for how my heart would change be being in this place.
I was so moved by the silence, changed by the unbelievable scenery and constantly in complete and total awe. While a special use permit must be obtained, Zion welcomes elopements in several deated spots within the park. In addition, it is common for couples to hike some of the incredible trails to overlooks for portraits and truly taking full advantage of the backdrops in the park! Zion is so beautiful that really the only thing that could make it prettier in front of my lens is a fabulous couple.
It is absolutely adorable. Bottom line… some of the best, most scenic hiking Married and not very Springdale are in Zion National Park and the views cannot be beat. I am scheming about all of the things we will do when we go back to Zion. It truly has such a special place in my heart and I think it would in yours too. There are also some incredible other wedding vendors in South Utah that I would love to recommend to my couples considering an elopement there!
Zion is a bit rugged but also glamorous. It is ancient and modern. Did that just give you butterflies and make you think… Spring is the perfect time to elope in Zion with fall also being ideal. Summer can be unbearably hot and winter is cold and unpredictable. A sunrise first look and portraits at the end of Canyon Overlook Trail is absolutely on my bucket list.
The trail is an easy 1 mile round trip and will leave you feeling on top of the world as you Married and not very Springdale down over the ancient canyon. Of the locations that Zion permits for organized elopements, Temple of Sinawava and Kolob Canyon are the most jaw-dropping. Savannah Smith Photography always offers custom pricing for elopements and destination weddings with all-inclusive quotes there will never be extra surprise fees for travel. Special discounts are also available for couples considering elopements and intimate destination weddings in locations where we are excited to capture a couple, have crossed our fingers for the opportunity to work and have dreamed of going.
When I travel my biggest daydreams always involve capturing magical portraits in front of the gorgeous locations that I explore. If you loved this post, you might also enjoy:. What if a Photographer has Never Shot at my Venue. Do you travel for weddings? Springdale Utah elopement The global pandemic of COVID has forced the cancellation and postponement of months and months of weddings around the world.
Why I love it: I am still so in awe of Iceland. My favorite spots: Dry Tortugas National Park keep in mind, this is a full-day excursion if booked through the NPS but you could easily charter a private boat or travel there by seaplanethe Ernest Hemingway Home they have very, very reasonably and affordable site rental rates for a bit more of a planned elopement with your closest family and friends in towThe Key West Butterfly and Nature Conservatory and The Truman Little Whitehouse.
My favorite spots: A sunrise first look and portraits at the end of Canyon Overlook Trail is absolutely on my bucket list. If you loved this post, you might also enjoy: What if a Photographer has Never Shot at my Venue Do you travel for weddings?Married and not very Springdale
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