My most favorite thing about elopements is the chill factor mixed with genuine emotions. It’s such a small gathering that brings out the intimate settings for the ceremony and then we head off into the canyon for alone time.
Katherine emailed me a few months ago knowing she wanted to come to elope here at Palo Duro Canyon and when she came across me she had to have me. I’m glad she had to have me because I had the most fun with them from start to finish!
They got married on the day they had their first date and his father married them cliffside on a Wednesday afternoon. Right after the ceremony we took off into the canyon for some super fun romantic moments just for them two. Then I found out they had champagne back at the cabin so I HAD to go back for the finishing shot 😉
“Brit is such a dream to work with. I am so happy we chose her to shoot our elopement at the Palo Duro Canyon.. it was beyond magical. The best part is she knows the canyon like the back of her hand.. it’s her stomping grounds.. we ran all around the canyon chasing the sun for the absolute best pictures!” -Katherine
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