Jessica and Travis were married under the big blue Montana sky in an Elopement Ceremony. This sweet couple had originally planned to get married in Denver, Colorado on April 26th. However, due to restrictions with COVID-19, they were forced to postpone the celebration with all of their friends and family until later in the year.
Despite the change, they still wanted to say their vows on their original wedding date. Eloping wasn’t in their original plans, but it still was incredibly special and I’m so happy that I got to capture it for them!
I loved the sweet little details they included in their intimate ceremony. Perfect for the occasion!
Swords Park – Elopement Ceremony
The ceremony took place at the Yellowstone Kelly Interpretive Site, atop Kelly Mountain in Swords Park. It was an absolutely beautiful spring day!
As you can see, the bride and groom even included their adorable dog as the flower girl! Willow was dressed and ready for her role in the big day!
This intimate ceremony included Judge David Carter, Travis’ parents, and two of his friends who recorded the ceremony to share with everyone who wasn’t able to attend.
Jessica & Travis have a lot to celebrate. They are also expecting a sweet baby girl!
The clouds in the blue sky looked like a painting. Such a beautiful backdrop for their ceremony!
The groom’s dad opened the champagne (don’t worry, Jessica had sparking cider), then gave a toast to the newly married couple.
Keeping it simple and sweet! Instead of a cake, they had giant sugar cookies from Crumbl Cookie – my favorite! They even gave me one…yummy!
Best wishes to Jessica & Travis! I’m so glad that I was able to be a part of their special day. They have such an exciting future ahead!