Death Valley is one of those places you don’t easily forget. It is one of the most unique and interesting places for an adventure wedding. A Death Valley elopement is excellent for all adventure levels and accommodation preferences. The scenic views, the unique, one-of-a-kind landmarks and sights, the multitude of hikes to take and routes to drive and things to explore make this one of my personal favorites. This gallery post shares images of J and D’s elopement, however for more information on how to plan your Death Valley elopement check out this post.
Sometimes storms bring blessings in disguise. These were taken after a sand storm. As the weather settled, we made our way into the canyon, however, I didn’t expect the sky to be so beautifully magical. It was after sunset which was perfect both for intimacy as there were not many people, but also for getting this lovely sky canvas to frame J and D’s love. Paired with the rugged area, it really resulted in a wonderful emotional composition that reflected their personalities. Death Valley National Park was our playground for their adventure elopement wedding. Experience their gallery below as we jumped from the stunning sand dunes at Mesquite Flats to the jagged peaks of Zabriskie Point.
If you have a Death Valley elopement wedding on your list, I explain how to make that dream come to life here.
I’m Karen, a California adventure elopement photographer who empowers couples to create memories that will last a lifetime. I am dedicated to providing the tools you need to push the boundaries of tradition and create an unforgettable experience.
I help all couples worldwide by providing personalized location lists, planning resources, vendor recommendations, permits, timeline-curation, and much more to curate elopement days that will be cherished forever.
Here's to co-creating an unforgettable elopement experience.
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