Breanna and Nathan’s Sedona Sunset Elopement was captured by Arizona-based elopement photographer, Karen Castor Photography.
Karen Castor Photography, an Arizona Elopement Photographer, captures Carly and Shane’s majestic Sedona Intimate Wedding at Sunset. RECAPPING THIS SEDONA INTIMATE WEDDING Carly and Shane’s wedding was nothing short of magical, filled with love, laughter, and unforgettable moments shared with their nearest and dearest. The couple decided to put their personalities into every aspect of […]
Alyssa and John’s wedding day was truly special. It all started at the trailhead, where the excitement was palpable. Alyssa shared a heartfelt moment with her dad, and there were lots of tears and hugs.
Loaded up in jeeps, the wedding party climbed up the mountain for the ceremony. The bumpy road was worth it for the amazing views at the top. Alyssa and John wanted to say their vows in the clouds, and their families were there with them to offer their love and support.
Krista + Jonathan’s Sedona adventure elopement reminded me EXACTLY why I do what I do. Their love was nothing short of magical which made for dream come true photos. I am excited to share them with you, and I hope that they check the boxes as the inspiration you are looking for!
Join me as I recap Natalie and Dustin’s Arizona Desert Wedding among the cacti. If there is one thing I love the most about Arizona, it is the diverse landscape it offers my couples! Although I spend quite a bit of time exploring the rocky cliffs, I LOVE it when my couples bring me deep into the middle of the cactus!
In Sedona, Brittany and Clayton’s elopement started at a super cute Airbnb. It was the perfect way to set the stage for a day filled with love, laughter, and special moments.
They ordered a big charcuterie board to snack on as they got ready. The atmosphere was filled with excitement as they wrote their vows in the Airbnb’s backyard. They managed to find the most secluded spot that added an intimate touch to their promises.
When you get married, you really have two options when it comes to doing it lawfully. The first is to get your marriage license in your home state before traveling to Arizona for the actual elopement. Or, you can go the route of doing everything in Arizona.
Both are great options. However, being informed on which is best for you can truly make or break your experience.