Remember, each national park has its own specific requirements, so be sure to check with the park’s official website or contact the park office for the most up-to-date information and guidance. With proper planning and respect for the environment, getting married in a national park can be a truly magical experience.
When Daniel initially reached out he wanted an intimate location for his surprise proposal to Helen. He was hoping for Delicate Arch at Arches National Park. If you’ve ever been there no matter what time of day or time of year you are anything but secluded. It is one of the most popular hikes inContinue reading “Dead Horse Point State Park Proposal | Utah Photographer”
Samantha had reached out to us several months prior to her surprise proposal and all she knew was that she wanted to ask Andrea under Delicate Arch if she would marry her. With some suggestions on a plan we devised something sneaky so Andrea would have no clue. When they went down to get aContinue reading “Delicate Arch Surprise Proposal | Moab, Utah Photographer”
Chris had originally planned a trip to the Grand Canyon with all of their family to propose to Mallory but then… covid. So he postponed it because he didn’t want to “just propose” he wanted to do something that they would love and was possible with or without the pandemic. So, he decided on ArchesContinue reading “Arches National Park Proposal and Engagement | Southern Utah Photographer”