After the wet monsoons, Taos is always the most beautiful at the end of July. Daniela and Eric eloped to Taos, NM with the kids! This blended family said vows together affirming their new union. Dan Jones of Embracing Ceremony wrote the unique ceremony and officiated the late morning wedding ceremony. After some photos on the Taos mesa, we popped over to the Earthship for some photos of Eric crossing the threshold with his brand new wife. There is nothing like a New Mexico wedding!
Family talking together after a beautiful and happy wedding elopement in Taos, NM
Three sisters and a brother and joined in union with their newly married parents
Daniela and Eric's daughters prepare for the cleansing wedding sage ceremony
Daniela and Eric hold hands as Dan Jones officiates the wedding elopement ceremony
A mama and her tie dyed flower girl on wedding day
Siblings walk arm in arm through the sage and spider grass on the Taos mesa
Daniela and Eric emotionally prepare for their wedding elopement ceremony
The wedding ceremony was to join the bride and groom, and their children, in a union!
Daniela asked Eric to carry her "Across the Threshold" to paradise
Garden flower bouquets and hippy jewelry and the cork of the local New Mexico champagne
Daniela, Eric, and Dan all share a laugh during the July wedding ceremony on the West Rim Trail
Wedding couple, Daniela and Eric, newly married at the Gorge Bridge in Taos, NM
Beautiful family in oranges and turquoise on wedding day in Taos, New Mexico
The family walks to their wedding site on path through sage and chamisa in Taos, NM
Tie Dye flower girl gazes out at the Taos gorge on wedding morning
Daniela and Eric pose with their Taos Earthship on Wedding Day
Daniela and Eric sit with their newly united family in their Earthship
The wedding rings posing with the snap dragons
Hippy Bride and Groom elope to Taos, NM
Eric spins his bride as they dance in the dessert on wedding day
Daniela poses next to the gorge with her flowers and turquoise jewelry
The bride and groom and their amazing wedding shoes!
On the edge of the Rio Grande Gorge, Daniela and Eric share a kiss.
Beautiful bride spins in her dress with the Rio Grande Gorge Bridge adorning the background
Happily ever after at the Rio Grande Gorge Bridge in Taos, NM
This couple came up to Taos from Albuquerque for their mountain elopement. Their wedding ceremony took place on the edge of the immense Rio Grande Gorge.
The newlyweds smiles for a selfie with their moms after their afternoon July wedding ceremony
Outdoor July wedding with bride wearing a tiara and veil and carrying white roses
Groom helps his bride take off her high heels to put on her flip flops
Tall groom and his shorter bride with the Rio Grande gorge and Sangre de Cristo mountain range
Cynthia and her husband look back at photographer before walking down the mesa trail
Newlyweds hold hands as they walk on Taos mesa after their elopement
Cynthia wears flip flops and carries her wedding heals to the ceremony site
Groom, Dustin, has a photo taken with his mon with the mountains behind them
Newlyweds walk on Taos Mesa as the spiderplant blooms in July
Cynthia and Dustin and the beautiful New Mexico sky
Bride and groom walk on mesa with Three Peaks in background in Taos, NM
Cynthia and Dustin seal their wedding vows with a kiss!
Cynthia stands by Rio Grande gorge with bouquet of white roses
Bride and groom change into Mr. and Mrs. t-shirts after wedding
The groom with a red tie and a white rose in front of the Taos gorge
Cynthia and her mom look at each other and laugh before the wedding cermeony
Cynthia and Dustin have a photo taken with their moms after their wedding ceremony
Cynthia smiles with bouquet of white roses in front of the Rio Grande gorge bridge
The Red River Community House hosts outdoor weddings in front of their building. The mountains and the ponderosa pines loom behind the altar and behind Red River’s main street. Ashley and Jordan had a triangle alter made with aspen trees. Gorgeous flowers made with sunflowers and roses hung on the alter. These photos include immediate and extended family, shots of the bridesmaids and groomsmen, the entire wedding party together, and all four legged friends.
After the fires and before the rains, Jade and Brannen had a beautiful weekend for their mountain wedding in Angel Fire, NM.
Brannon's extended family gets together for a photo with the wedding couple
Jade and Brannon pose under their natural wedding altar in Angel Fire, NM
Their first supper at their summertime wedding in June in Angel Fire, NM
Reception in action at the top of the mountain at Angel Fire resort
As bride and groom pose for silhouette photo, a ravel photobombs in the sky above
Simple and elegant wedding decor at the Angel Fire reception
Jade smiles at the camera as her new husband carries her dress
Arizona couple pose with the ski resorts chair lift at their destination mountain wedding
Jade and Brannon smile for the camera after their Angel Fire resort wedding ceremony
The Village Haus hosts the destination wedding reception in Angel Fire in June
Brannon poses with his groomsmen after the Angel Fire wedding ceremony
Wedding party laughs as they hold Jade and Brannon for a kiss
Jade and Brannon pose with their gorgeous airy bouquet and altar flowers
The newlyweds look at one another under their sunflower altar flowers
Jade and Brannon talk as they walk back to their Angel Fire wedding reception
Jade and Brannon walk to their car after their summertime outdoor wedding ceremony
The fisheye lens captures a 180 degree view of Angel Fire's wedding altar area
Groomsmen at Angel Fire wedding show off their matching American Flag socks
Groom and groomsmen pose with the Angel Fire ski mountain in the background
Lindsay and Ryan took an Amtrak train across the country to elope in Taos, New Mexico! They chose to stay in a few different off-the-grid Earthships while they visited Northern New Mexico, and have their wedding ceremony in one! The Earthship Biotecture home was a beautiful spot for their morning wedding ceremony. Dan Jones wrote a unique ceremony which spoke about the earth and mountains around the community. Lindsay wore a dress that she crocheted herself and Ryan wore a seersucker suit because his made-to-order suit did not arrive on time. They laughed and enjoyed the struggles and triumphs it took to travel to make their wedding day happen. It was beautiful
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.
Married in May, these brides were wed in the morning
Wooden wedding rings with turquoise inlay
There is nothing like a New Mexican sky
Jeannie and Debbie elope to the mountains of Taos, New Mexico
Dan, Jeannie, and Debbie share a laugh during the wedding ceremony
Mexican talvera champagne holder with local NM Gruet champagne
Happily Ever After in Taos New Mexico
A lighthearted and unique elopement in Taos, NM
The smoky mountains are a beautiful highlight to these beautiful brides!!
Two big horn sheep come uninvited to the private wedding elopement
Debbie and Jeannie share a quiet moment while listening to the Rio Grande flow below
Beautiful brides smile with sunglasses before tying the knot
Tw brides, the Sangre de Cristo mountains, and the Rio Grande gorge.
Debbie and Jeannie hold hands and ready their wedding vows
With the gorge and the river as a witness, these two were married in Taos, NM!
Debbie and Jeannie and Dan are cracking jokes before the wedding ceremony
Jeannie and Debbie came from far away to be married by the Rio Grande gorge
On a quiet June morning during a smoky fire season these brides were wed
Jeannie and Debbie jump in the air with excitement of their new marriage
Rio Grande and Gorge Bridge in Taos County, NM
Jeannie and Debbie share a touch and a smile during their wedding
Dan Jones, Taos wedding officiant, gets a laugh from the brides
The walk to the wedding site with quiet talking and nervous energy
Love Who You Love socks at wedding