Glacier National Park, MT – one of Emily + Jonah’s favorite places. This beautiful couple got married in 2018 and moved to Montana a year and a half later. After their first few hikes in Glacier Nation Park, Emily + Jonah knew they wanted to make this spot even more special. They came up with the idea to renew their vows and redo their most special day!
Unlike a typical wedding day, Emily+ Jonah enjoyed a hike through Glacier National Park to start their second biggest day! A morning hike was the perfect way for these two to start their day as hiking is their favorite activity to share. While they were off hiking through the mountains, I was able to set up polished picnic lunch as well as their glamping tent!
A picnic lunch consisting of homemade sandwiches is what the couple requested! Emily + Jonah often share turkey sandwich together during their hikes which is why they wanted to incorporated it in their special day.
The vows these two beautiful souls shared with each other were life changing to hear. They left an imprint on my heart. The purest, most down to earth couple you will ever meet! I am so honored to have been part this special moment with Emily + Jonah.
This adventurous day and stunning location are exactly why I have fallen more and more in love with elopements. Watching Emily + Jonah spend the day with each other, connecting even deeper, and renewing their love for one another was so special. This day was truly only about them!
This is why we simply adore working alongside Trisha of Xsperience Photography, as she focuses her photography on the experience as much as the images created. She believes the photos should tell a beautiful story you wish you could relive again and again.
“When looking at your photos, you should feel the same joy and love you felt when the images were created.” -Trisha
While this glamping set up looks like a dream, the bears that may come with it are not! We quickly realized how important it is to know about the animals that call this forest home. Both Grizzly and Black bears are present in Glacier National Park. I’ll use this time to remind you to never store your food in your tent or outside and to always carry bear spray!