A small national park wedding with the dreamiest boho details

This boho elopement day was the first time I was able to see Zion National Park in person. It completely captured my heart. Standing on a red rock mountain with frozen fingers (there was a surprising amount of wind chill that made May feel like February), we looked over the panoramic views of the National Park in awe. More than once, I’ve heard people describe the views in Zion as “distant”. As I stood in the middle of it all, I realized there’s no way to feel like you’re up close to anything in Zion. The beauty is so overwhelmingly massive. Even completely surrounded by it, the red rock formations and mountains are so grand that it’s impossible to take it all in at one time. It’s an indescribable feeling.

While the beauty of this elopement location obviously spoke for itself, I also got to work alongside some very talented vendors that really took this boho-inspired wedding day to the next level (see the full list of vendors at the bottom of this gallery!) Luckily, the hike to this view point was short, because the incredible stylists had to carry some VERY heavy pieces, like the gorgeous geometric pyramid arch. Thrifted Persian rugs and earth-toned florals completed the altar for this couple’s small wedding ceremony.

A bridal hat like the one pictured here is a new trend for boho elopements.
Couple shares a kiss after their boho elopement in Zion National Park.

The details of a boho elopement

Bride holds her bouquet of dried florals for this earth-toned boho elopement.

The earth-toned dried florals and bridal bouquet designed by Starlie of Blooms & Branches are so unique! If you invest in any decor for your boho elopement, make it florals. Get creative with your bouquet, a floral arch, or opt for a floral crown instead!

The details on this Rue De Seine Medina Gown are absolutely insane. Between the mirrored lace, the macrame inspired weaving, and the freaking CAPE, this dress is a boho dream. Travel wedding dresses like this one are made for elopements because they’re lightweight and have lots of movement throughout.

Surrounded by the red rock mountains of Zion National Park, a couple embraces during their boho elopement.
Groom dips his bride for their first kiss after a small wedding ceremony in this boho Zion National Park elopement.
Newly married couple celebrates after their small boho elopement in Zion National Park.

The vendors that made this bohemian-inspired elopement magical:

Travel Dress Wedding Gown by Rue De Seine and provided by A&Be Bridal Shop

Jewelry by Opalmilk

Florist Starlie of Blooms and Branches

Arch by CB Lighting and Wedding Rentals

Antique Rugs provided by The Boheme Project

Styling by Alpine Event Co.

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