Beyond the bright lights of the Las Vegas scene, massive and stunning red sandstone formations appear. Brightening up the valley, these formations give off the appearance as if they were on fire. Glowing for miles into the horizon and thriving beautiful at sunset, the Valley of Fire makes the perfect scene for an elopement to undertake. Due to the circumstances involving Covid-19, Taylor and Bill decided they did not want to wait another second to make their love official and decided to elope in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Bill decided to take their love to the next step when Taylor and him took a short trip to San Diego. During a nice and relaxing dinner, Taylor came across a gorgeous sparkling diamond in her martini glass and before she knew it, Bill was asking for her hand in marriage.
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The bride and groom chose their attire to fit their individual styles. Taylor wore a short simple white vail to complete her romantic yet chic wedding dress that showed off her silhouette. She had spotted this dress from a small cute shop in Saint Paul, Minnesota. Bill looked sharp in his cloud grey suit and cognac loafers that he has purchased from Men’s Wearhouse.
If the red sandstone wasn’t enough to bring out bold color to this elopement, Taylor’s bouquet of sunflowers sure did the trick. Sunflowers are told to be a sign of good fortune, making them the perfect touch for elopement day. Taylor’s gorgeous bouquet created by Amy Wong Floral and Events in Las Vegas, Nevada.
After a crazy year, Taylor was happy that the day was finally here. As she began walking down the aisle, she saw all their favorite people celebrating the next chapter in Bill and Taylors’ lives. She couldn’t help, but to think this was by far the best moment from the elopement.
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Photography: Amber & Co Photography