Washington is one of the most geographically diverse states in the country, with mountains, deserts, rainforests, rocky coastlines, waterfalls, volcanoes, glaciers, and more. As an elopement photographer based here in Washington, I can tell you that it's the perfect spot for an adventure elopement– no matter what kind of adventure you're looking for!
Meet your Washington elopement photographer
Hi, I'm Marla, and I'm so glad that you're here considering a true-to-you wedding day here in the Pacific Northwest!
I'm a photographer for the couples who want a wedding day that feels like the real them; the couples that want gorgeous, timeless pictures to tell the whole story of their big day. Those who value fun and adventure, and are looking for a memorable, meaningful experience.
I'm here to guide you through this whole process– from choosing the perfect location to say your vows, securing permits, and crafting a timeline, all the way to that celebratory hug after you've leveled up from fiancé(e) to spouse.
some of my favorite locations as a Washington elopement photographer
Mount Rainier National Park
Gold Creek Pond
Washington State Ferry
Gold Bar, WA
Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest
Snoqualmie Pass, WA
Full Day Washington Elopement Timeline
Half-Day Washington Elopement Timeline
9:00 - marla arrives, J + M start their morning together with coffee on the porch
9:30 - J + M copy their vows into the vow booklets, marla starts photographing details
10:15 - J + M help each other get ready
10:45 - final getting ready/detail photos
11:00 - leave for lake crescent
2:00 - arrive, find perfect ceremony spot
2:15 - vows + ring exchange
2:30 - first kiss, champagne pop, sign the marriage docs!
2:45 - picnic lunch
3:15 - leave for hoh rainforest
4:30 - arrive + explore the hall of mosses, taking portraits amongst the trees
6:45 - leave for ruby beach
7:15 - arrive, read letters from loved ones
8:00 - golden hour portraits
8:40 - sunset
9:00 - coverage ends
12:00 - marla arrives for details & getting ready photos
1:15 - first look outside cabin
1:30 - drive to trailhead
2:15 - arrive at trailhead
2:30 - begin our hike up, taking our time and stopping for photos along the way
4:00 - arrive at fire lookout
4:15 - ceremony
5:30 - head to ruby beach
6:00 - arrive with family & picnic
7:00 - golden hour photos
7:40 - sunset
8:00 - coverage ends
"We loved working with Marla and will forever treasure the most special moments she captured on camera."
"If you need an elopement photographer drop everything and book Marla right now!!"
"THIS IS YOUR SIGN TO BOOK MARLA!!! We love her and you will love her too."
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