4th of July Elopement in Forest

He traveled from Oregon and she traveled from Mississippi and they eloped in Taos, NM! We had such a good time hanging out in the woods, off a trail in El Salto. The morning air was cool and the woods were quiet. The ceremony, license signing, toast, and formal photos took just about one hour and then we all headed into Arroyo Seco for the famous 4th of July parade down Main Street! I love 4th of July weddings, something about getting married on a day that celebrates independence, it’s delightfully ironic!

All-Inclusive Wedding Packages for Elopements and Small Destination Weddings in Taos, NM

Tossing ideas around for small, intimate weddings and wedding packages….thought I would post these packages/prices for feedback, thoughts, ideas… If you see these Taos wedding packages and you are interested in one, we can discuss that possibility! These packages will “officially” be live for the 2018 wedding season!!

All of these intimate packages are for up to six guests.

Exclusive — $2299
Romantic suite at local inn — 2 nights
Breakfast provided at inn –2 mornings
Wedding venue in private location such as a courtyard, labyrinth, garden, museum
Fully customized wedding ceremony preformed by interfaith wedding minister
Mini reception with professional 6″ wedding cake and bottle of champagne
Bride(s) and flower girl’s hair styled on location
Make up for bride(s)
Large bouquet(s) and/or boutonniere(s) for couple getting married
One hour with professional photographer
Edited, high resolution CD of all wedding photographs
Dinner for two at local restaurant

Luxury — $1499
Romantic suite at local inn — 2 nights
Breakfast provided at inn — 2 mornings
Wedding venue in private location such as a courtyard, labyrinth, garden, museum
Partially customized wedding ceremony preformed by interfaith wedding minister
Mini reception with professional 6″ wedding cake and bottle of champagne
Medium bouquet(s) and/or boutonniere(s) for wedding couple
One hour with professional photographer
Edited, high resolution CD of all wedding photographs

Premium — $999
Wedding venue in private outdoor location such as a courtyard, labyrinth, or garden
15-minute partially customized wedding ceremony preformed by interfaith wedding minister
Medium bouquet(s) and/or boutonniere(s) for wedding couple
Bottle Champagne
One hour with professional photographer
High Resolution CD of all wedding photographs

Basic — $399
Wedding venue at public site such as the Carson National Forest or Rio Grande Gorge Bridge
15-minute wedding ceremony preformed by wedding minister
One hour with professional photographer

 All prices include Town of Taos sales tax rate of 8.5%
 Wedding witnesses will be provided when needed
 Trust the locals! Basic concierge services offered. Recommendations for lodging, dining, music, hair, make-up, spa, etc…
 Upgrades available for ceremony customization, photo packages, bouquet, and boutonnieres, etc

A Taos Elopement at Art Museum

What fun to shoot another one of Dan Jones / Embracing Ceremony’s wedding packages at the Taos Art Museum! We had beautiful weather and beautiful light at this late afternoon wedding elopement. Hannah and Kelly booked their hotel prior to knowing their wedding site, and it turns up they were staying right next door! They also walked to their dinner site at nearby Lamberts. Cheers to the newlyweds!

An Elopement in Northern New Mexico

There’s a different excitement at elopements. The elopement wedding ceremony is completely about the couple. Not about the wedding party. Not about the guests. Not about the flower girl or the ring bearer.
Elopements are the wedding ceremonies that are emotional for the bride and groom. The wedding vows that aren’t ever put on for show. An elopement is when the couples’ entire focus is on one another. It’s about each other. Totally.

Taos, NM is a unique place for an elopement. It is for the couple that wants a rare backdrop. It’s off the beaten path. It’s the road less followed. Taos is place with “charm.” A place with wonderful weather, stunning views, and colorful sunsets.

 

 

 

 

 

Destination Elopement to Taos, NM

This bride and groom took a getaway weekend from Albuquerque and came up to Taos for their elopement at the Rio Grande Gorge. Their ceremony was officiated by Dan Jones of Embracing Ceremony. After the vows the couple exchanged necklaces instead of rings. The ceremony is currently a secret until they announce their marriage “down the road” when they are with friends and family. Congratulations to Denise and Jon!

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