Christmas Wedding Elopement in Ranchos de Taos Plaza

Christmas Wedding Elopement in Ranchos de Taos Plaza

Outdoor December Wedding at Seven Degrees in Eagles Nest

Outdoor December Wedding at Seven Degrees in Eagles Nest

The Enchanted Circle is a 80 mile scenic-byway that circles through Northern New Mexico. The rural beauty of this area is exquisite as it’s dotted with old mining towns, camping areas, forest and mountains, lakes, canyons, and meadows. Cara and Jim love tiny breweries and seek them out, this is their hobby! When they discovered Comanche Creek Brewery, they were certain that it would be the site of their New Mexico elopement which happened last month! Their December, pandemic elopement, was our last elopement package in 2020. It was a gorgeous morning in late December and there was not a cloud in the perfect blue sky. A fresh blanket of snow and the seven degree temperature definitely reminded us that it was wintertime! True to form, Dan Jones of Embracing Ceremony officiated a gorgeous ceremony that encapsulated how this couple met and beauty of the mountains and snow around us. A wedding to remember and a thought: there is nothing like a New Mexico wedding!!

Wintertime Elopement with Baby Daughter

Wintertime Elopement with Baby Daughter

Traditionally, the wedding used to happened before the baby was born. In current times, babies are born when they are born, and a wedding is planned when it’s best for the couple and kid(s)! There are reasons to have your baby at your wedding (because omg cuteness) and there are reasons that you may not want to have your baby at your wedding (jet lag, nap and eating schedules, etc). This baby did her very best on mom and dad’s outdoor, December, pandemic wedding.

Wintertime Wedding in Snow at Taos Ski Valley

Wintertime Wedding in Snow at Taos Ski Valley

After the beautiful snow at the Taos Ski Valley, it was easy to decide that the ski valley would, in fact, be the most stunning place in Taos County to have a wedding elopement! With Embracing Ceremony officiating, this Texas-couple was wed in the mountains of Northern New Mexico in fresh powdery snow. Adorned with snow boots and a perfect white jacket, the bride was one with the snow and didn’t complain of the cold. Here’s to wintertime weddings, sunny afternoons, and tons of snow!

Pandemic Wedding Elopement with Best Friends

Pandemic Wedding Elopement with Best Friends

Since traveling by air is considered risky behavior during a pandemic, this bride and groom brought their best friends to Taos, NM on a road trip all the way from San Francisco! We had perfect weather for this December wedding and with the wedding ceremony and mini-reception taking place outdoors. The sun was overhead and warm during the afternoon ceremony overlooked by Taos Mountain.

Local Bed and Breakfast Hosting Elopements During Pandemic

Local Bed and Breakfast Hosting Elopements During Pandemic

Even though absolutely everything in New Mexico was closed, this couple eloped to Taos to enjoy a quite and private week together while they tied-the-knot! They stayed at Hacienda del Sol bed and breakfast and loved the mountain views and the golden leaves. The October weather was warm and offered such amazing backgrounds for their outdoor autumn wedding. Stephanie wore a pink wedding dress and white boots. Christopher wore a turquoise tie that looked dapper with the professional bouquet and crown of flowers from Enchanted Florist. This couple travelled all the way from New Orleans and enjoyed the difference in culture, climate, food, and fun that the southwest has to offer. Congratulations to a fun and adventurous bride and groom!

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