Big Bend Elopement Photographer
I had so much fun with Macy and Alex in Big Bend National Park! Our goal was to give them the biggest variety in their photos over the span of their coverage. We actually made it to five different locations in the park! We started planning months out at timed the day based around a beautiful sunset ending on the infamous washboarded Old Maverick Road (lol it's beautiful but dang). Even though we did get chased by wasps and endured the heat, this elopement was such a special day! And we actually ended up switching where the bride and groom stood for the ceremony due to the wind last minute. If we wouldn't have, the wind would have been in Macy's face the entire ceremony. Alex was 100% a champ in the heat and although he accidentally lost his boutonniere after the first look, it was a beautiful elopement!
About Big Bend National Park
Big Bend National Park (BBNP) is 801,163 acres making it the 15th largest in the national park system. BBNP was established as a national park in 1944 when President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed a Congressional Act. The park borders the Rio Grande river and is home to 1295 species of plants according to the BBNP website.
Enjoy some of my favorites from the gallery below!
Working with Kiley has been an incredible experience. We booked her for our engagement shoot in Marfa and it could not have been a more fun or easy process. She worked with us to pick the best location (when the elements seemed to be working against us) and made it so fun during the shoot! The photos we received are beyond our expectations and we cannot recommend working with her enough!! Thank you, Kiley!
Are you planning to elope in Texas? Let me help you capture your most romantic and meaningful moments during your big day! I can even help provide elopement guidance and resources. Let's go exploring and make your elopement dream day come true! Feel free to reach out so that we can get the planning going together!