Andrew and Kira's boho Joshua Tree elopement was a dream come true. We started at the historic 29 Palms Inn for some photos and ten drove into Hidden Valley for their hidden nuptials. Tucked between some of Joshua Tree's famous rocks, they said their I do's. After we explored Hidden Valley while taking photos. As sun set they headed back to the 29 Palms Inn for their wedding night. The spent their honeymoon hiking Joshua Tree and exploring Palm Dessert.
This bohemian elopement was featured on Inspired by This
Bouquet: Seed Floral
Boutonniere and hair comb: EUCCA
Hair and Makeup: Beauty by Vanessa Rene
Location; Joshua Tree
Dana and Amy flew from San Fran to San Diego just to get eloped. San Diego city hall is of the only only ones that has an outdoor area to get married at. Unfortunately, it was raining... The sun can out right before they were about to start their ceremony and despite begging and pleading to use the outdoor space, they wouldn't let us. They still had a heartfelt and romantic ceremony in city hall. After, we walked around downtown and headed to the train station for some fun, vintage photos. Amy's bouquet was made entirely of antique broaches, pins and earrings, she wore her mothers slip from the 60's and white searsucker dress with pearl buttons. Dana had a custom made suit that was something that Don Drapper would be envious of, along with a boutonniere made of vintage pins, and custom embroidered argyle socks with their wedding day on them.
The whole felt like an episode of Mad Men and was absolutely perfect.
Mother of 2 wildlings, Ex Disney Princess and Fine art wedding and lifestyle photographer