Can you imagine paddling out to a tiny island to say your vows? That is exactly what happened in this Adirondack Island Elopement. A wedding surrounded by nature requires little more than the two of you. That is exactly what Hannah and Sam did for their intimate wedding. Reach out to make this wedding your own.
This elopement was planned for my first workshop. See what we created last year on top of a mountain top click here. My goal is to create elevated weddings in the Adirondacks and teach other photographers how to build their businesses. Be the first to know about signing up to come in 2021.
To finding the island or peninsula you want to use for your wedding or elopement (or swimming + cliff jumping) check out this list :
Living outside of Lake Placid, in nearby Saranac Lake, I am surrounded by landscapes like this. Mountains and lakes are everywhere and there is not shortage of beauty. While eloping might be on your radar, you may not know how to make a day like this possible. That is why I’m thrilled to be offering this exact island elopement experience to you.
Elopement coverage for two people includes the following provided by Mary Dougherty Photography :
I so look forward to seeing who is interested in their own custom island elopement.
Fern Croft created this nature inspired bouquet with dusty mauve roses and foraged grasses.
Styling and wardrobe was curated by Lacy Geary. When planning a intimate day, it is so worthwhile in creating a look with someone who knows style and can push a few of the boundaries. There is no reason to play it safe. This two piece L’eto look was the perfect mix of modern bohemian.
The perfect messy bun and complimentary man bun were created by the one and only Jules Waldkoetter of the Luminous Bride.
Standing in the handmade wooden guide boat Hannah looks like a vision in her L’eto Bridal dress.
Where else can you collect dragonflies on your wedding dress?