I met Laini when she first reached out to me to consider having me capture and help her plan a Grand Teton National Park adventure elopement with her love and high school sweetheart, Caleb. We fit so naturally, and have created the most amazing and wonderful friendship in the past year, which I am forever grateful for.

Caleb and Laini have the best story. Laini was not impressed when she first met Caleb in high school, but over the years his amazing heart grew on her, and as they neared the end of school they made it official. They have been together ever since, so it was only fitting that they endure a crazy time and still celebrate their love. Originally, this day was supposed to happen in May, but as Laini told me when we made the decision to push back, she always had a gut feeling that wasn’t the day. June ended up being WAY better weather this year anyway, and this day came together perfectly.

The way these two know each other, every bit, is so clear. There’s so many jokes, laughs, hugs, and moments with these two. I loved every single second of this day, and how the 6-hour package allows a little wild and a little family love all in one day, for those torn between the two. The beauty of this option allowed for this Grand Teton National Park adventure elopement to fill both voids– a day spent with family and friends getting ready, then adventurous hike to see one another dressed up for the first time, just us, and then off to rejoin the group to celebrate the ceremony for these two, eat cupcakes and take magic dusk images (Caleb’s favorite park ;)).

Could not be happier for these two, and where this new adventure will lead them. Looking forward to future sessions with them when they return to the place they were married, and seeing where life takes them!

Thank you to Wildflower Lodge, the always amazing Flowers by Chloe, and Buttercream Cake Design Co. for their delicious treats!