Washington Elopement + Small Wedding Photographer

Embracing the Whimsical moments and adventure on your wedding day

When you know the day you get married should be as meaningful as the day you fell in love...

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You Choose to Elope

Having a big, ballroom wedding isn’t for everyone–and that’s okay. 

You CAN choose the path less traveled & have a day full of all of the love and magic of new beginnings. A lot of times we get caught up in planning those big, fancy weddings and lose sight of what really want and what feels, right

I’m here to tell you, it’s OK to say no to forced traditions that don’t fit into who you are as a couple. It’s OKAY, to be free and take back your wedding day. 

When you choose to elope, you’re choosing to live and love on your own terms.


So What's an Elopement Anyway?

Eloping is:

  • Saying HECK NO to the fancy guest lists, table settings, and endless cutlery
  • Forgetting about the drama of who doesn’t get along with who and the YUCK of awkward family dynamics
  • And giving a hard pass on being center stage and having to please other people on your day!

Eloping is NOT:

  • A rushed after thought and just saying “I Do,” to get it over with
  • An unintentional, fast paced half hour of photos, without any actual meaning behind them
  • A selfish choice made to spite other people

An elopement is creating a day that is intentionally yours. It’s not just a quick way to say your vows and be done with it. When you elope you’re taking the things and experiences that mean most to you and putting them first. The way you choose to elope won’t look like everyone else’s– AND THAT’S OK. Imagine a day that’s true to you and your partner, a day that doesn’t feel forced or stressful. A day and a story you’ll be able to look back on and pass down for years to come.

Are You Ready to Create a Day that is... Meaningful Timeless Enduring Authentic Adventurous Loving Intimate

How to Get Started:

1. fill out the inquiry form

It’s just a few questions that help me get to know you and your needs a little better. Plus, we have to get the ball rolling somehow!

2. Schedule a free consult call

I’ll reach out within a day or two and we’ll plan a quick call to go over your elopement. It’s quick and painless, I promise!

3. Sign Contract + Choose Location

After our call, if we feel like we’re a good fit for each other, I’ll send over a contract for you to sign. Then I’ll get to work on location lists and even send you a “How to Elope” guide (it’ll be your BFF through the process and give you SO MUCH INFO!) 


4. Have the Best Elopement Ever

Finally your day is here and you get to get married in a way that matters. After your elopement, you’ll receive a few sneak peek images within 48 hours and the rest of your gallery within 4-6 weeks!

Hello Wanderful Souls, I'm Daisy!

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Your Washington Elopement Photographer

I’m a total introvert and nature geek. Because I’m naturally reserved and revel in my quiet time, I know what it’s like to not want to be front and center in a crowd…much less a camera. I won’t be loud and in your face, your day is for each other– not me. I treasure genuine, warm connection over forced smiles and won’t ever make you feel uncomfortable just to get “the shot.” 

I help couples let go of forced wedding traditions and help craft the meaningful and intentional moments that are true to you both. For all you romantic wanderers and roaming introverts, embrace the wild + adventure on your wedding day.

Be free to be yourselves and celebrate your love in your own unique way and in the way only YOU know how to.

P.S. However you identify, whomever you love…you’re ALL welcome and SAFE here.

Leave no trace + Getting Married outdoors

There are a lot of cases where I feel like bending the rules or even throwing out the rule book entirely (cough, cough…traditional weddings) is okay, but when it comes to protecting Mother Nature, I don’t like to mess around. 

Being mindful of our surroundings + keeping them as beautiful and untouched as we can is one of my MUST’s. Aside from destroying natural habitats for local flora + fauna, being a jerk to the Great Outdoors is a quick way to get these majestic places shutdown and inaccessible for future generations. 

Because of this, I even took a nifty and ultra informative course on recreating responsibly and photographing couples in a way that we leave as minimal impact as possible. 

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Capturing your stories as they should be--genuinely yours.

Here are a few helpful blogs to get you started on your elopement planning journey...

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