Nick and Starla choose to do an adventure elopement near Telluride, Co. Instead of one big party they planned an intimate and meaningful ceremony together deep in nature. After this special time they drove and flew around the country to party with friends and family around the country. Each place they went their friends and family gathered to celebrate and connect. I think that these two ended up with a very rich experience that they uniquely crafted. In the end a Telluride elopement proved to be a path that not only connected their lives together but with so many who love them deeply.


Alta Lakes Observatory is an amazing place to get away from the hustle and immerse yourself in nature in the San Juan Mountains. Nick and Starla chose to do an Alta Lake Observatory elopement in the winter with their adorable corgi. The only way to get to this location in winter is a five-mile snowmobile ride, and what an adventure! As a Telluride elopement photographer, this was such a welcomed invitation to document and help facilitate this intimate time. While Starla was up in the cabin suite preparing for the ceremony, Nick was sipping whiskey from a hand-crafted Japanese dish down stairs. They both choose non traditional attire and I just so enjoyed the expression they crafted. These two cookies broke the mould and I just admire their creative and joyous expression. Telluride elopements each are unique and express the individual personalities of each couple. These intimate celebrations always amaze me and are such a joy to help craft and document. I love being a Telluride elopement photographer!

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