As soon as we spoke with Samantha and Nick over the phone, we just KNEW they were our kind of people. The jokes and laughter was going and there was no stopping it. They had such an amazing vision for their Glacier National Elopement and we knew we would do anything to make that happen. It wasn’t exactly an elopement, but it definitely wasn’t just a regular wedding either. They pulled in such great traditions from a wedding and made their elopement so special. Here are 6 Sweet Wedding Traditions You can Include in Your Elopement
They got ready at the amazing Glacier Park Lodge in East Glacier, but the ceremony spot was at Lake Josephine up in Many Glacier. They couldn’t have picked a more magical place to be married. While the clouds settled in and we got sprinkled on a bit, these two love birds said “I Do” (after a comical pause from Samantha). The mountains around Lake Josephine made for the most lovely backdrop.
After an evening of dancing and celebrating back at Glacier Park Lodge, we woke up for a sunrise session at Logan Pass! You can totally ask Samantha, but I bet she would tell you it was 100% worth hiking up there in her wedding dress.
From the Bride
Kelsey & Jake were the best people we could have asked for! Kelsey made it so easy with us being out of town and only really communicating through email. We had a few weather changes and they just rolled with the punches. Nothing fazed them! Jake even walked in a river for our first look photos! They helped keep us on track and had a ton of cute ideas. Whenever we got too stiff, they knew exactly what to say or do to get real photos. I could not have imagined our day without them.
Photography : Honeybee Weddings, Florist: Southern Blooms Co., Ceremony Location: Lake Josephine, Glacier National Park, Reception Location: Glacier Park Lodge, Bridal Dress Designer: Private Label by G Bridal Design House, Bridal Boutique: Bliss Bridal Boutique, Bakery: Miss Patti Cakes, Catering: Glacier Park Lodge