Eloping in Grand Teton National Park
I could not have loved spending this day more with Rachel and Calvin at Grand Teton National Park, specifically Glacier Turnout, for their elopement. This was so awesome to experience a true elopement. We laughed, I cried while they exchanged their vows and promises to each other, and then we enjoyed exploring the park together.
Eloping in the awe-inspiring beauty of Grand Teton National Park is an extraordinary way to exchange vows. Its beyond gorgeous and an amazing way to celebrate love against the backdrop of majestic peaks, serene lakes, and pristine wilderness. This intimate escape offers couples a chance to embark on a unique adventure while immersing themselves in the breathtaking landscapes and creating cherished memories that will last a lifetime. Rachel and Calvin are avid outdoor people and this fit their personalities. I loved seeing all the personal elements they added.
Great Places to Elope or Marry in Grand Teton National Park
Are you dreaming of a breathtaking and intimate elopement in the heart of nature? Look no further than Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming. This national park offers stunning views of the Teton mountain range, sage brush, pines, and crystal-clear alpine lakes, making it the perfect location for your elopement. As a Grand Teton Elopement Photographer, I have put this comprehensive guide together for clients who are looking to have the best ever elopement experience in the park! I know sometimes it’s hard to plan a wedding from a distance, but you can not go wrong with Grand Teton National Park.
Small Dispersed Ceremony Permit are Needed for Elopements
These are for more remote areas in the Grand Tetons! Think going on a hiking adventure to a view point to be married. Because they are more remote the number of people you can have at your ceremony is limited to 12, including all vendors! Locations like String Lake, Jenny Lake, or other trails within the park would fall into this category.
Cost for Eloping in Grand Teton National Park
The average cost of an elopement in the Grand Tetons can range from $2,000-$20,000 depending on how many vendors, activities, and options you want to include as a couple. Permit fees as discussed above will cost around $200. Flights into the Jackson Hole airport can run anywhere from $500 to $1,000 due to it being really remote and small.
From there most eloping couples will include just an officiant, photographer (that’s me!), videographer, and florist! The best part about deciding to elope is there are no rules. You can make your day look however you want in the Tetons, accommodating for most every budget. I try and keep it cost effective for you, plus the intimacy allows us to have adventure sessions seeing Grand Teton from a lot of different areas.