Elopement Resources & Inspiration
By Autumn, An Idaho Elopement Photographer + Planner
This epic Redfish Lake Lodge wedding in Stanley, Idaho is full of snow and love. It was featured by Rocky Mountain Bride in September and is a mix of local vendors and amazing mountain vibes. Alison and Clay chose a destination wedding at Redfish Lake Lodge because they wanted to share the Sawtooth Mountains with their friends and family.
Every detail of Michaela and Davids wedding at Moonridge Cabin in McCall, Idaho was intentional and a representation of their love and what they valued. They incorporated vows to Davids son Orion in their ceremony, burnt sage to purify the energy around them before promising to love and honor each other and performed an AcroYoga routine for their first dance. The day after their wedding they went adventuring on Payette Lake and spent the morning hiking and exploring the area.
Forget everything you thinking you know about the word elope and prepare to envision a wedding day that is stress free, meaningful and created by you.
Today an elopement doesn’t mean a trip to the courthouse or a quick flight to Las Vegas to see ‘Elvis’. It doesn’t mean getting married secretly or without approval. Instead, eloping means a wedding day that is intentionally created by you without all the other fluff that’s doesn’t matter to you.