When we initially met Lindsay, she mentioned how she was planning a local wedding in DFW. After a few weeks in to planning, she sees how crazy it can get planning a traditional wedding. When got back in touch, she told us that she is canceling her local venue. Mentioning the idea of a Zion elopement or small intimate wedding to me. I was ecstatic as she told me about this idea. In addition, Elliot and I mentioned that we had eloped ourselves. It was personally the best decision we ever made. A few weeks later, they decided to finalize the decision to get married in Zion National Park, Utah.
Lindsay and Ross and Their Zion Elopement
On October 8th, we flew in to Las Vegas Airport, rented a car, and drove two hours to Zion. Lindsay’s parents were nice enough to put us up in a beautiful house right outside of the park. I can not explain how gracious these families were to us and how much they went out of their way to accommodate us. As a result, we were so appreciative of it all. We were able to capture Lindsay and Ross’s love story in the middle of the desert and it was absolutely breathtaking.
After the wedding, we drove Ross and Lindsay to a different location inside of Zion National Park, where we all hiked a mile in to an epic location. Lindsay was a trooper for hiking all that way up rocks and sketchy pathways in her dress. I am so glad they were so adventurous and willing to do anything for us.
In conclusion, this Zion elopement is one for the books, and we will forever have a special story and friendship with these two lovebirds. We could not be more happy for them as newlyweds. We love you guys!!!