Jasmine & Aaron’s Elopement – Rocky Mountain National Park Elopement Photographer

I was so incredibly lucky to shoot a private elopement  with these two fantastic people in Rocky Mountain National Park last weekend! Jasmine & Aaron’s little ceremony just outside of Estes Park was joy-filled and idyllic, and when the sun broke through for a few minutes of gold light I thought the day couldn’t get any better. But I was proven wrong when we arrived at nearby Sprague lake for more portraits of the couple and were surrounded by the most magical blizzard. We were even  graced with a brilliant sunset across the high peaks, a  rare treat in the winter! What a gorgeous fairytale day.

Thank you for choosing me to capture the first day of the rest of your lives! Many happy returns! -Lucy



New in 2017: Tiny Planet images for my wedding & elopement couples! What a gorgeous location for it! 


110% in love, I LOVE when my couples crack up together! 


A winter sunset in the mountains is a treat and we definitely made the most of it!


To cap off the fairytale, we played with some candlelit lanterns in the twilight. 


Now booking select 2017 dates and 2018 dates! 


  1. Martha Graebner January 26, 2017 at 3:33 PM

    So beautiful!!! I love them all – but especially that last photo. Backlighting + Lanterns= Pure magic!

  2. Thank you Martha! I have lanterns as well, so we can use them for your wedding or engagement photos!

  3. Lucy, I don’t even know these people, and I found your photography brought tears to my eyes – and not just once. You have brought out all of the wonder and romance.

  4. […] How to Elope at Sprague Lake: If you want a lake view, this is my first choice in Rocky for your elopement! A short, flat, accessible 0.4 mile walk from the parking area leads you to a tiny dock with a great view of Hallett, Otis and Flattop peaks. Early mornings are best here and the lake gets more and more crowded as the day goes on. It’s a perfect place for a sunrise elopement in Rocky Mountain National Park – and one of the best for wildlife as well, last time I was there I saw a family of 3 mink! See a Winter Sprague Lake Elopement Here. […]

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