Bethany and I had a blast on this vintage, laid back elopement style wedding trip to Yosemite, and wish we could have had a week to just look around and take photos instead of the 10hrs we had in the park and at the wedding. We did find out a huge secret to getting the most bang for your buck (or ting for your time, however you wanta say it,haha) at Yosemite. If you go, Start on the SOUTH entrance closer to Fresno, CA where the Giant Redwood trees are and drive through the park to the North. That way you come through the valley and get to see all the main parts of the park and don’t have to backtrack or anything. We were just dumb lucky enough to do it that way, so heads up for you guysThe best part tied between seeing the Giant Sequoia Tree where back in the day you could drive through it, and the View of the entire Valley from the South looking North…Amazing..total “Wow, God is one smart landscape designer” moments at those 2 places.
SOOOOO, anywho…The reason we were fortunate enough to go was for the gorgeous and sweet couple that asked us to tag along!!
Gabby and Jason wanted to do something different for their special day, and boy did they. They did a planned family and friends elopement to Yosemite National Forrest Park in California with a simple wedding ceremony was set in the middle of the redwoods by Bridalveil Falls, with a 3 piece blue-grass’ish band, and a laid back serves for just the small family and friends that made the trip from around New Orleans.
Hope you guys dig the wedding images, and can’t wait to share more with you fine folks soon
Love, Cheers, and high fives.
Here’s a peak at the Giant Sequoia Trees via my iPhone and Instagram
The Actual photos start…….now!