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If you're looking for an Oregon expert who can help you plan the perfect elopement, we're your people!

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We've been shooting elopements for years and know how incredible Oregon landscapes are. We know the epic view points, best hikes, hidden gems, perfect private ceremony locations, and SO much more! Oregon is truly one of our favorite places in the world. Any questions you have we can answer! We'll help you through every step of the planning process: location scouting, vendor recommendations, permits, and anything else you may need! You're in for an epic stress-free adventure with us as your Oregon elopement photographer!

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Oregon Elopement Information

why Elope in Oregon?

Oregon is home to some of the most beautiful mountain ranges in the United States, along with incredible beaches, waterfalls, and forests. Whether you want a wedding day spent in the mountains, exploring hidden waterfalls, or a day wandering the coastline, Oregon has the perfect spot for you. All you need is an officiant and 2 witnesses, and it will be official!

If you want a private elopement in a landscape that feels wild and raw, Oregon is the place for you.

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Where to elope in Oregon

Being an Oregon elopement photographer means we've know the majority of the state, here is a list of some of our favorite Oregon elopement locations:

Bridal Veil Falls, Guy W. Talbot State Park, Wahclella Falls, Rowena Crest, Cannon Beach, Ecola State Park, Columbia River Gorge, Crater Lake National Park, Washington Park, Cathedral Park, Smith Rock State Park, the Painted Hills, Alvord Desert, and countless locations in Mount Hood National Forest.

How to elope in Oregon

If you're traveling from a different state and don't want to worry about the legalities of getting married across borders, signing the paperwork at home is a great way to get it out of the way and make your Oregon elopement more stress free!

If you want to make it official in Oregon, the process is pretty simple. All you need is an officiant, a marriage license, and two witnesses!