Jennifer & Jeremy decided to do an adventurous & intimate Oregon Coast wedding since their original wedding plans were affected by Covid.
It couldn’t have turned out more stunning.
Her bouquet and wedding sign were DIY and made of beautiful dried florals she purchased online.
Her hair (also adorned by beautiful dried florals) was done by her sister.
These two chose to spend their elopement day both in the redwoods, as well as the coast.
Before their Oregon Coast Wedding, it was a place they both have never visited but were excited to experience for the first time together.
They both love the outdoors & nature, and these locations couldn’t have been more perfect for these two.
Their first look was held among quiet, towering red trees a few miles from the coast (where they held their ceremony).
They shared a few emotional moments there and spent some time enjoying each other’s company before heading down to the shore.
After a short hike, we found a small little cliff overlooking the gorgeous coast, where we took in the views before starting.
The bride’s sister was their officiant, and her brother-in-law was nearby to help set up the Zoom call for family members who weren’t able to be present.
The two had an emotional and incredibly sweet ceremony, as they exchanged their vows.
After their I do’s, we climbed down the rocks to a secret, hidden beach where these two jumped in the water and ran around the shore until dark.
When it was nearly night time, we brought out lanterns and they found a spot to sit and relax on.
These two ended the night by watching the sunset. It was such an honor to document their playful, joyful love.
Ceremony Location: Oregon coast
Photographer: Kristine and Charles