When Eric and Elizabeth first got engaged in the beautiful mountains of Colorado, eloping in the midst of a pandemic wasn’t exactly the picture-perfect ceremony that came to mind. But, a Saranac Lake, Adirondacks elopement, surrounded by only their closest family members ended up being the best possible way to celebrate their love. Not wanting to wait any longer than they already had, Eric and Elizabeth gathered up their parents, siblings, and Eric’s grandmother and headed out to the snow kissed hills of the Adirondacks to elope. Even with the snow fluttering down, the warmth of the couple’s love could be felt from miles away.
After hearing that Eric’s parents had planned to visit their cabin in the Adirondacks, Eric and Elizabeth couldn’t think of a better place to express their love. Hidden away in the familiar family cabin, the couple set to work making a boho winter paradise—complete with ornate rugs and a stunning circular arbor. After the ceremony, the glow of fireplace made for a cozy, intimate back drop for the two to enjoy their first evening as husband and wife among the people that know them best. Looking through these shots and seeing the warmth and comfort that the couple exudes, there was no doubt in my mind that this cabin was the perfect setting for Eric and Elizabeth’s gorgeous Saranac Lake, Adirondacks elopement.
Elizabeth and Eric were looking for someone to capture the intimacy and comfort laced into the snow swirling around the family cabin that they had already built so many warm memories around, and I was honored to have been chosen to travel with them on this journey. The sentimentality of the location, close knit nature of the audience, and serenity of the Adirondacks all made up a recipe for an incredible elopement, and the love radiating between Eric and Elizabeth truly made for an experience like no other.
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Dress – ASOS
Florals – Lake Placid Flower Co.
Cake – Enuf Chocolates