Anna and Mark’s desert elopement was a beautiful day filled with so much love, lots of cactus, and the most golden sunset. While the day was absolutely beautiful, what was more beautiful is their love for each other and everyone around them. It was so special to be the one to capture this special day for them!
Anna and Mark first started their adventure after meeting at work. They had an instant, deep connection that hasn’t dimmed since. They are the biggest goof balls and have the biggest hearts! I got to first meet them for their engagement session in the snow. Let’s just say that adventure included multiple snow fights, lots of cuddling, and so much laughing. They felt like instant friends and I knew that I was SO lucky to be the one to capture their love.
Pro Tip: Choose a location for your wedding that is special to your relationship. Whether that be the town you met, one of your favorite national parks, or even a place you’ve both always dreamed of visiting together. It makes your day feel that much more special!
The Superstition Mountains in Arizona hold a very special place in Anna and Mark’s hearts. It’s where they had their second date, where Mark proposed, and where they got to get married. There’s something magical about those mountains- I mean just look at them! It is definitely one of my favorite locations for a desert elopement!
Want to know more about how to elope in Arizona? Check out my blog post!
Leave No Trace Tip: After your wedding celebration make sure to pack up all of your waste. Trash can take decades to decompose and it can negatively impact the plants and animals. If you’re planning to have your elopement in the desert then make sure you include a plan for disposing of your waste properly.
Anna and Mark shared a tearful ceremony with their closest friends and family before having a family style dinner under the stars. It was awesome to see friends and family from all over the country come to celebrate their love. The night ended with a Second Line, which is a tradition from Anna’s Louisiana culture. It’s done at all sorts of celebrations and it is so much fun!
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