Rocky Mountain National Park elopement

Alexis + Javy’s Rocky Mountain National Park Elopement

“We found Nina through Instagram and immediately fell in love with her photos. Through our several phone calls we could tell she matched our vibe and was a perfect fit for our Colorado elopement. Nina was very knowledgeable and helped us figure out the best hike to do and knew awesome photo spots. Nina was so kind, flexible and helpful throughout our whole time working with her. She made us feel so comfortable during the shoot. Seeing our pictures now makes me want to fill our whole house with printed photos since they make me so happy. Our photos are worthy every penny and we will cherish them forever. I would recommend Nina to everyone I know! She’s the best.”

Alexis & Javy


    1. Hi Kaitlin! The ceremony site is called Sprague Lake, and you do need a wedding permit from Rocky Mountain National Park to get married there (or anywhere else in the park). The permit is $300 if you’re applying on your own, and reservations open up one year in advance (i.e. on September 1, 2021 for all September 2022 weddings). They are already fully booked for 2021, but have openings for next year. Hope that helps!

    1. I’m not sure on the wine label and plates, but the cake is from Make, Believe Bakery in Denver which does 100% vegan wedding cakes—and it was delicious!

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