Colorado Lesbian Elopement

Two brides wearing white in the mountains of colorado at their elopement at sunset.

Meng & Molly’s Colorado Lesbian Elopement

I have had the pleasure of befriending all my clients this year, and Meng & Molly are no exception. For their Colorado lesbian elopement, they wanted just 3 things. “Basic fall betch” autumn colors. Epic mountain views. And “Lucy magic.” We absolutely delivered on all three. And of course the added bonuses of tenderness, gut-busting laughter, a fiery sunset and more visible love than you can drink a PSL to. Cheers to that!

Lesbian Elopement Representation

Eloping is for everyone – obviously. Serving LGBTQIA and BIPOC couples and those with non-traditional relationship styles is intrinsic to my business’s values. Because inclusivity and authenticity are the best! Meng and Molly found me through my past blog posts of Lesbian couples. Here’s hoping that more incredible couples of all identities can find me because of their Colorado lesbian elopement photos!

Lesbian Elopement near Buena Vista

Wanting a bit of privacy, we drove to Buena Vista, Colorado for their session. The mountains here have abundant Aspen groves, if you know where to look. And their faces just light up in the fall leaves. It’s “their” season. Well, that and the fact they’re wildly in love! Molly helped Meng with her flowing lace dress over the fallen logs and other forest obstacles. And Molly’s custom two piece lesbian bridal outfit was classic, glamorous, detailed and perfectly her. If you’re looking for lgbtq elopement outfit inspiration, you’ve found it!

Fall LGBTQ Elopement on the Tundra

The epic location in late September wowed us with its mountain alpenglow and colorful tundra. While it was above treeline, that doesn’t mean you’ll miss out on fall color. The brush and grasses really put on a show and provided great foregrounds as we explored the alpine area. We even made a short hike to the top of a ridgeline, and those might be my most favorite photos of the afternoon. Then we watched the sun go down and the sky turn every shade of purple, pink and orange over the small lake. In short – it was beautiful, and you should look at the photos. Because that’s the point 🙂

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