Elopements are about doing what you love on your wedding day.

Elopements are the most intimate and personal way to tie the knot.

They're small--maybe just you and your fiancé, maybe a handful of your closest friends and family members--and by being small you get to focus on the important parts of getting married instead of getting blindsided by entertaining hundreds of guests and participating in every wedding tradition ever.

They’re designed just for you. When you elope, you do what's important to you and your partner in a special place that's with the people you most care about. Most people don't define their personalities around dancing and cake eating, so why do we define the start of their marriages that way? Take the traditions you love and create new ones that you'll love remembering for the rest of your lives.

They can happen anywhere. You can elope 4 days into a backpacking trip, at your favorite road-side viewpoint, the park where you met, at your favorite bar, or your childhood home. The possibilities are endless.

WE'LL TAKE CARE OF YOU

so you can have an epic, stress-free adventure.

Our packages include photography, officiating, planning, permitting, and ceremony music.

We even offer an all-inclusive package with cake, booze, food, gear, and flowers! Literally the only thing you have to worry about is picking out a rad outfit and getting to the ceremony spot!

Check out our packages!

Let's do this!

Reach out to us and let's start planning your epic adventure wedding!

We care about the planet.


Both Victoria and Joe have worked on public lands, Victoria as a wildlife and botany technician through AmeriCorps at Bryce Canyon National Park and for the resources department at the Bureau of Land Management, and Joe as a river guide on the Snake River and as a TA for an outdoor high school. Taking care of our public lands is a priority for us and our business. We strive to minimize our impact and help our clients learn about protecting our public lands, all while having an amazing time outdoors.


To prove our commitment to eco-friendly weddings, we also are a Leave No Trace Aware Photographer certified business.


"I really appreciated [Victoria's] knowledge of the local ecosystem as she gave us an ecology lesson during our photo session and made sure we did not damage the environment in any way." -Rushyan, Moab Elopement

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“Sometimes while planning your wedding you can feel as though you are just a customer to some vendors, but not with these two! They CARE!! They are in the business of making lovely memories and boy do they do it well! My husband and I had our ceremony in Bryce Canyon, and it was just pure magic. The only bad part of the experience was when we realized we had a plane ticket home from Utah and couldn't adventure regularly with this lovely couple!”

Love is Love

We're here for all loving couples

I don't think we've ever felt more patriotic than on June 26, 2015, when the US Supreme Court ruled that same-sex marriage would be legal in all 50 states.

We're honored to be a part of the marriage of all loving couples.

“Our wedding was at one of our favorite Utah parks and we wanted a photographer that would capture the incredible natural beauty around us, our family and friends, and the candid moments that made it special. Victoria delivered our dream photos on every level and truly captured the magic of the day exactly how we'd imagined!”

Bryce Canyon National Park during a storm with lots of clouds and a distant rainbow.

Some of the places we've photographed elopements:



  • A wildlife rehab center (with a raccoon bridesmaid)
  • The rim of Bryce Canyon
  • Under the Redwoods
  • A wood cabin at the Sundance Resort
  • On the same hike where the couple had their first date
  • Grandma and Grandpa's farm
  • An aspen-filled campground
  • Snow Canyon before dawn


Some of the places we've photographed elopements:



  • A wildlife rehab center (with a raccoon bridesmaid)
  • The rim of Bryce Canyon
  • Under the Redwoods
  • A wood cabin at the Sundance Resort
  • On the same hike where the couple had their first date
  • Grandma and Grandpa's farm
  • An aspen-filled campground
  • Snow Canyon before dawn