If you haven’t worked with me (yet!), you might not know that my husband, Ryan, man of many talents, is an officiant on top of being a sometimes second shooter, general partner in wedding crime, and my guy.
You’ll see him below, marrying Jenna and Jordan in the autumn-tinged woods.
That ordainment makes it real easy when a couple wants to elope somewhere in the middle of gorgeous nowhere, because we can pack up our stuff, plus ourselves, and head out into the wild to marry you lovebirds wherever the wind takes you.
In this case, it took us out to the wooded wilderness of Pennsylvania at Ricketts Glen State Park, where we were off in search of a waterfall.
We found said waterfall, and along the way, helped Jenna and Jordan say their I-dos on a blanket of crisp fallen leaves with the forest haloing us. The only sounds were loving vows, promises to stay true, and the quiet rustle of life in the woods.
Pretty magical, if you ask me.
Jenna and Jordan were clear when they reached out to me that they were looking for the intimacy of an elopement, where they could celebrate each other without the distractions of a traditional wedding.
The couple count themselves as super adventurous active people (Jordan proposed by another waterfall!), and so they were ready with their hiking shoes, just as soon as they tied the knot.
Jenna and Jordan wanted their wedding experience to be all about them, down to earth, and reflective of their life together. 10/10 on that goal.
We ultimately found the waterfall, and what a beauty she was, and captured some gorgeous moments in the wild of the Pennsylvania woods.
Thanks for the amazing experience, Jenna and Jordan, we’ll have to visit this park again!