You deserve an elopement that's nothing less than a perfect representation of your relationship

And I’ll be there to capture it all

Why I do what I do

And why I advocate for elopements

Wedding days don’t come with re-dos.

I learned this the hard way.

My husband and I had a big wedding, and I loved it. Well, I loved parts of it. I loved the part where I completely smashed the cake in his face (I laugh every time I see the picture), and I loved the part where we danced until we broke a sweat.

But I didn’t love all of it.

I didn’t love when we split up to talk to guests. I didn’t love the stress I felt on my day. I didn’t love the rigid timeline we had. I loved my wedding, but I wish it was a little different.

I wish I would’ve only invited immediate family and gotten married somewhere super cool, like Patagonia, then have a reception a few weeks later. I wish we would have had a slice of our wedding cake. I wish we wouldn’t have had such a strict timeline. I wish we ate food around a campfire instead of on fancy tables.

There are no re-dos, and this is something I wish I could tell everyone.

Your wedding day should be about YOU and your partner, NOT about the guests or fancy tables.

So yes, I advocate for elopements because I truly believe they are the best way to get married. You, your partner, and an adventure. What else is better than that?

A girl smiling at the camera and standing against a red wall.

You deserve an elopement that's nothing less than a perfect representation of your relationship

AND I’LL BE THERE TO CAPTURE IT ALL

A girl smiling at the camera and standing against a red wall.
A girl sitting down in a studio and smiling at the ground.

Why I do what I do

AND WHY I ADVOCATE FOR ELOPEMENTS

Wedding days don’t come with re-dos.

I learned that the hard way.

My husband and I had a big wedding, and I loved it. Well, I loved parts of it. I loved the part where I completely smashed the cake in his face (I laugh every time I see the picture). I loved the part where we took pictures with just us and the photographer, away from all the big crowds. I loved the part where we danced until we broke a sweat.

But I didn’t love all of it.

I didn’t love when we split up on our special day to talk to guests. I didn’t love the stress I felt on my day. I didn’t love the fact that we had such a rigid timeline. I didn’t love all the big crowds near our wedding venue. I loved my wedding, but I wish it was a little different.

I wish I would’ve only invited immediate family. I wish we would have gotten married somewhere super cool. like Patagonia, then have a big reception a few weeks later. I wish we would have had a slice of our wedding cake. I wish we wouldn’t have had such a strict timeline. I wish we ate food around a campfire instead of on fancy tables.

There are no re-dos, and this is something I wish I could tell everyone.

Your wedding day should be about YOU and your partner, NOT about the guests or fancy tables.

So yes, I advocate for elopements because I truly believe they are the best way to get married. You, your partner, and an adventure. What else is better than that?

Hear it from those who know

Clients who hired me as an adventure elopement photographer & guide

“I originally found Brianna through Instagram and I am so glad that I did! Brianna was the best part of our wedding day! As a bride who is a perfectionist and obsessed with photos, I knew that I needed to find someone that I could trust. I couldn’t have been luckier to find Brianna! She was the perfect photographer! She captured every moment of our day and then some! Brianna is the nicest person that you’ll ever meet and was such a pleasure to work with. She is super responsive and was always open to all of our requests/ideas. Brianna really went above and beyond for my husband and I! She also delivered both our engagement photos and wedding photos at lightning speed! We received our 1000+ wedding photos ONE WEEK from our wedding date! All edited immaculately. It was the best surprise ever to get these during our honeymoon. All our friends and family members have raved about our engagement/wedding photos. Many have said that they are the best photos that they had ever seen. My husband and I cannot thank Brianna enough for all that she did for us! She worked an extremely long day, but never looked tired or stopped smiling. We would highly recommend Brianna and would use her again in a heartbeat. We can’t thank her enough for making our wedding a dream come true.”

Meet Me

Your elopement photographer and guide

My story

How I became a photographer

My story is kind of weird.

When I was in high school, my sister got a DSLR camera for Christmas. Being the older sister I was, I would obviously use it all the time to do photoshoots with my best friend. Those were my glory days, hot pink lipstick and all.

I was more into having my picture taken rather than being the photographer (oh how the times have changed). After graduating high school, I didn’t think twice about photography.

I started college as a human biology major, convinced that I was going to become a doctor. I even got my medical license and worked in a hospital for a hot minute! After my first semester, I was so over it. I ended up switching my major to marriage & family studies. After my second semester. I was over that as well.

At this point, I had just gotten married and needed to pick a major. After much consideration, I went with sociology. You thought I was going to say photography, huh?

After finally deciding on my major and marrying my cute hubby, I was ready for life! However, something was missing. I wasn’t getting that creative aspect in my life that I had in high school from doing things like choir, ceramics, and dance.

Quite frankly, I felt like a cog in the machine.

It wasn’t until I stumbled across a YouTube video about photography when I realized that it was something I wanted to give a try (again), but without the hot pink lipstick.

Want to hear what I did next?

Me being me, I convinced my sweet husband to drop ALL the money we had (no really, every single bit) that was on our Target gift cars we got from our wedding to buy my very first camera. When I tell you we were broke after this, we were broke.

Fast forward to today, I’m into my third year of wedding photography and feel more creative and Inspired than ever.

Best. Decision. Ever.

Pretty cool, huh?

Now, it’s time to tell me your story. Did you wear hot pink lipstick too?!

A girl holding a camera and smiling.
A couple hugging and looking at the camera.
A girl holding a camera and smiling.
A couple hugging and looking at the camera.

My story

How I became a photographer

My story is kind of weird.

When I was in high school, my sister got a DSLR camera for Christmas. Being the older sister I was, I would obviously use it all the time to do photoshoots with my best friend. Those were my glory days, hot pink lipstick and all.

I was more into having my picture taken rather than being the photographer (oh how the times have changed). After graduating high school, I didn’t think twice about photography.

I started college as a human biology major, convinced that I was going to become a doctor. I even got my medical license and worked in a hospital for a hot minute! After my first semester, I was so over it. I ended up switching my major to marriage & family studies. After my second semester. I was over that as well.

At this point, I had just gotten married and needed to pick a major. After much consideration, I went with sociology. You thought I was going to say photography, huh?

After finally deciding on my major and marrying my cute hubby, I was ready for life! However, something was missing. I wasn’t getting that creative aspect in my life that I had in high school from doing things like choir, ceramics, and dance.

Quite frankly, I felt like a cog in the machine.

It wasn’t until I stumbled across a YouTube video about photography when I realized that it was something I wanted to give a try (again), but without the hot pink lipstick.

Want to hear what I did next?

Me being me, I convinced my sweet husband to drop ALL the money we had (no really, every single bit) that was on our Target gift cars we got from our wedding to buy my very first camera. When I tell you we were broke after this, we were broke.

Fast forward to today, I’m into my third year of wedding photography and feel more creative and Inspired than ever.

Best. Decision. Ever.

Pretty cool, huh?

Now, it’s time to tell me your story. Did you wear hot pink lipstick too?!

Fun facts about me!

My favorite ice cream is Half Baked from Ben and Jerry’s.

I can’t stand the sound of my feet stepping on snow. I know, it’s weird.

I’ve never been stung by a bee or broken a bone!

If I wasn’t a photographer, I would totally work for the FBI.

I LOVE airports. I could live in them!

I was a dancer for 5 years! I did ballet, hip-hop, and jazz!

How does this work? How do I elope?

5 easy steps to make your elopement vision become a reality

1

Let’s talk about your dream elopement vision! Give me all the details!

2

Reserve your date and choose your dream location. Don’t worry, I’ll help you with this!

3

We’ll start planning your dream elopement.

4

Get married and watch your elopement vision come to life!

5

Look back at your elopement photos and relive your special day over and over again.