This mountain wedding elopement inspiration is going to make you want to run in the lush fields of Iron Mountain in California! Everything, and I mean everything about this elopement styled shoot is a dream.
Timeless Weddings and Events created absolute magic together with a colorful and wild beauty of a bouquet by Blue Ladder Botany complete with a blush pink ribbon from Bellame Ribbon. You won’t be able to take your eyes off the absolutely stunning two piece Alexandra Grecco gown from The Dress Theory and the beautiful, ethereal hair and makeup by Beauty by Stacey to match. Pair with a groom dressed in Calvin Klein and a handsome leather strapped watch by Nixon and you have some serious style inspiration here.
A perfect table for two with china and decor from Crate and Barrel, the prettiest calligraphy by Megan Lynn, and gorgeous handmade vow books by Wedding Story Writer, complete this stunner! If you’re dreaming of eloping, get your Pinterest board ready because you’re going to want to pin every single image of this styled shoot captured by Megan L Photo.
From Timeless Weddings and Events, Living on the beach I watch the sunset every night. The colors are so inspirational and I wanted to create a tablescape that would give me the same feeling. The sunset during the shoot was perfect. The way the colors shimmered and reflected off the fields created the perfect lighting. I couldn’t have wished for a better night!
From Megan L Photo, This entire gathering was inspired by the setting of the sun. The fleeting moments and the passing of time. It was shot on film to inspire that classic, timeless feel. Valerie and Sean have been together for quite a while, and their marriage has been a long time coming. This styled elopement acted as an anniversary session for them, and they looked and acted like newlyweds the entire time. I wanted this session to act as inspiration for the couples who don’t want a grand affair. Those who want a simple gathering, with minimal styling, and the focus on the surroundings and nature instead of expensive table settings. The invitations I made myself by tracing a font, and the table cloth I bought from JoAnnes and dyed at home. We just wanted to make something beautiful.