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Red Rock Canyon Intimate Wedding | Lauren + Craig


Lauren and Craig came from Alberta, Canada and chose to get married in the Las Vegas desert earlier this year. Unfortunately, we can’t predict the weather and we can’t change it, but what we can do is go with the flow! A little cold weather and some rain in the desert wasn’t going to stop Lauren + Craig from having the best wedding day ever! It was a light drizzling kind of rain that was off and on while we took bride and groom photos so, with fun Vegas themed umbrellas in hand, we took on the rain like champs! These two came prepared and never complained!

After our portrait session, it was time to meet up with the rest of their fun crew! I always love it when couples from other countries bring their closest friends and family with them to celebrate their wedding day! It just shows how much they are loved! And, can you believe the rain stopped just in time for the ceremony? It was still chilly and windy and we could see some ominous rain clouds in the distance, but they stayed away the entire time and we couldn’t have been more grateful! Just take a look how beautiful Red Rock Canyon looks in this weather. Of course, Lauren + Craig don’t look too bad themselves!!! Such babes and such troopers!

Big shout out to the amazing vendors who made this day turn out beautifully + seamlessly!

Coordination + Permit : Desert Elopements Las Vegas

Officiant: Peachy Keen Unions

Florals: Gai Flowers

Hair + Makeup : Glammed Up Vegas

Las Vegas Dry Lake Bed Elopement | Lowri + Jonathan


Lowri and Jonathan came all the way from England to get married at the El Dorado Dry Lake, just 45 minutes outside Las Vegas. They were super sweet and just so happy to be together getting married on their terms. They had a lovely and meaningful ceremony performed by our favorite, Peachy Keen Unions! Afterwards we just let the two of them take it all in!! There was lots of love + laughter, and even some dancing to their favorite song! It was exactly what they wanted and we couldn’t be happier to have shared it with them.