These beautiful women had gorgeous smoky light from the Hermit’s Peak and Calf Canyon wildfires 20 miles away. The 9am wedding ceremony was right off of the West Rim trail near the Rio Grande Gorge bridge rest area. The brides-in-blue wore gorgeous smiles and sneakers with their outfits. Dan Jones officiated the elopement ceremony and two big-horned sheep stopped to watch as the women stated their vows.
On a quiet June morning during a smoky fire season these brides were wed
Happily Ever After in Taos New Mexico
Beautiful brides smile with sunglasses before tying the knot
Jeannie and Debbie elope to the mountains of Taos, New Mexico
The smoky mountains are a beautiful highlight to these beautiful brides!!
Wooden wedding rings with turquoise inlay
Tw brides, the Sangre de Cristo mountains, and the Rio Grande gorge.
Debbie and Jeannie hold hands and ready their wedding vows
Dan, Jeannie, and Debbie share a laugh during the wedding ceremony
Rio Grande and Gorge Bridge in Taos County, NM
Jeannie and Debbie share a touch and a smile during their wedding
Debbie and Jeannie share a quiet moment while listening to the Rio Grande flow below
Jeannie and Debbie came from far away to be married by the Rio Grande gorge
Two big horn sheep come uninvited to the private wedding elopement
A lighthearted and unique elopement in Taos, NM
Married in May, these brides were wed in the morning
Love Who You Love socks at wedding
The walk to the wedding site with quiet talking and nervous energy
With the gorge and the river as a witness, these two were married in Taos, NM!
There is nothing like a New Mexican sky
Jeannie and Debbie jump in the air with excitement of their new marriage
Debbie and Jeannie and Dan are cracking jokes before the wedding ceremony
Mexican talvera champagne holder with local NM Gruet champagne
Dan Jones, Taos wedding officiant, gets a laugh from the brides