Intimate Wedding & Elopement Photographers | New York & Nationwide

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As intimate wedding & elopement photographers our passion is fueled by simplicity. While we love photographing weddings of all sizes, we deeply connect with photographing weddings that are intimate in nature. Less people undoubtedly means more time, together, to create.

Whether this means the two of you eloping in the thick shaded woods of your favorite camping site, gathering 25 of your closest family & friends on a mountaintop, or eloping at city hall, we are always honored when asked to document intimate celebrations.

We offer hourly coverage for local elopements with just the two of you. Additionally, we offer single photographer collections for more intimate weddings with less than 115 guests.


Intimate Wedding & Elopement Photography

Elopement Packages New York

Danea & Shannon | Surfside Beach, Nantucket

We love photographing weddings on Nantucket. Danea & Shannon held an intimate wedding at the Hi-Nantucket Hostel located on Surfside beach in Nantucket. 80 guests flew in from all over the world to celebrate their wedding day with them. As artists themselves, they created the majority of their wedding with their own two hands along with the help from friends, family and local nantucket vendors. Local Beer from Cisco Brewers, handmade ceramic desert plates, and a personalized a spotify play list help create an intimate & local vibe.

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Arroyo Hondo Preserve Wedding

Reuben & Sabrina | Santa Barbara, CA

Reuben and Sabrina exchanged vows at a intimate ceremony on the Arroyo Hondo Preserve with 60 of their closest friends & family. Brian traveled to Santa Barbara to photograph their intimate day. Reuben rode his bike from the adobe house to the ceremony. Next, an antique Jeep Wrangler escorted Sabrina to the gathering and then her parents walked her down the aisle.

Afterwards, cocktail hour was held at a nearby outdoor picnic area. Lastly, all of the guests headed down a path to an outdoor reception area for dinner. Later that night, a golden Piñata added life to the festive celebration.

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Brittany & Ryan | Lake Placid, NY

Brittany & Ryan had an intimate wedding on their favorite Mountain in the Adirondacks. Christina visited Lake Placid to capture them getting ready at the Crowne Plaza and then headed to the top of Whiteface Mountain to witness them marry at 5:30 pm. They were surrounded by 16 of their family and closest friends and even snuck up their dog to bear witness. Later, they climbed down and drove back to Mirror Lake where they held an intimate dinner party at the Lake Placid Brewery.

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Sara & Jason | Upstate, New York

Sara & Jason hosted an intimate wedding on family land in n Upstate, New York.  80 of their closest friends and family surrounded them and witnessed their intimate ceremony. Personalized elements such as floral arrangements created by Sara’s friend, helped create the cozy vibe of their day. Jason’s brother officiated the ceremony and Paula’s Donuts were chosen instead of cake. Later they danced the night away with friends & family. Lastly, they released wish lanterns into the starry sky. It’s easy to see why an intimate wedding holds a special place in our hearts.

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Katie & Jacob | Elopement Photographer in the Adirondacks

Earlier in the year we created a list of places we dreamed to photograph. Photographing an elopement on top of a mountain was on the very top of that list.

A few weeks later, Kate & Jacob’s e-mail popped up in our in-box. They were seeking an elopement photographer to meet them in the Adirondacks. Without hesitation we said yes!

Katie & Jacob got ready together at their family cabin near Saranac Lake. Because it was just the two of them, we helped them get ready. Christina helped button Katie’s dress meanwhile Brian helped Jacob straighten his tie. After getting ready, we hopped in a car and headed to Whiteface Mountain together. Upon arrival, the gatekeepers warned us the forecast was zero visibility and we wouldn’t be able to see five feet in front of us. We all smiled at each other with joy knowing it was a photographers dream to photograph in beautiful fog. We headed up the mountain with smiles on our faces.

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