A trailer in Marfa, Texas was perfect for Katie & Matt’s bohemian elopement wedding.
With no actual wedding guests, this bohemian elopement wedding was set in a field in West Texas. The bride donned a greenery garland crown that paired perfectly with her lace dress. She carried a bouquet of flowers dotted with succulents. A single table covered with a white linen and a serape runner held champagne and cake for the couple. The cake was adorned with succulents.
From the photographer: This couple had attended many gala weddings and knew it wasn’t for them. Instead, they opted for a Popup Wedding in far West Texas with just themselves, the officiant and photographer in attendance. Before the sunset ceremony on the edge of Pinto Canyon, the bride hung out in a restored vintage trailer, drinking champagne until her man arrived with the officiant in a beat up pickup truck. Once they saw each other all dressed up, tears were shed. The meaningful exchange of vows was followed by more champagne, a small white cake and lots of portraits until the stars came out and they returned to their Airbnb in Marfa.
Photographer: Lo and Behold Photography//Ceremony Location: Marfa, Texas