Intimate Elopement At Gold Creek Pond, Washington
Celena and Jerry’s intimate elopement at Gold Creek Pond Loop in Washington was a truly magical and memorable occasion. Surrounded by the breathtaking beauty of nature, the couple exchanged their vows in an intimate ceremony that was attended by only their closest family members.
The Gold Creek Pond Loop provided a stunning backdrop for the celebration, with its tranquil waters, lush greenery, and majestic mountain views. The serene ambiance of the location perfectly complemented the couple’s love and devotion to each other.
We spent the morning at their cozy, tiny A-frame cabin in the woods for getting ready photos and a first look. Celena and Jerry legalized their marriage at the courthouse beforehand and kept their details simple, such a lovely way to start off the day!
Marriage laws can change overtime but you’ll need a marriage license which you can easily get at any county clerk office in Washington. The closest one to Gold Creek Pond is Kittitas County, you can find more information here: https://www.co.kittitas.wa.us/auditor/recording.aspx. You can apply by mail and the fee is $39.
The first look happened right in the backyard of the tiny AirBnb, surrounded by the beauty of nature. The cutest little A Frame cabin, you can find the AirBnb link here: https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/16941194?source_impression_id=p3_1698269549_O3vVJdjd%2FzPbboEm
It is such an honor as an elopement photographer, getting to not only craft and plan a beautiful elopement day. Witnessing the love and connection between two souls is truly incredible. It is so rewarding capturing authentic emotions and choosing a meaningful way to tie the knot. If you’re ready to have me capture your elopement or intimate day, let’s connect here: https://wildlovepursuit.com/contact
Gold Creek Pond Loop
The clouds nestled upon the mountains as Celena and Jerry professed their love and commitment to each other, their heartfelt words echoing through the stillness of the surroundings. Tears of joy and laughter filled the air as the couple embarked on this new chapter of their journey together.
The intimate gathering allowed for genuine moments of connection and emotion, as family members gathered around to offer their blessings and support. The sense of intimacy and closeness was palpable, creating an atmosphere of pure love and joy.
There are no permits or fees required to access or have a wedding at Gold Creek Pond Loop in Washington. Gold Creek Pond is located in the Snoqualmie Pass area of the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest, and it’s a popular spot for hiking and enjoying the beautiful scenery, especially during the summer and early fall months. To avoid crowds, I recommend a sunrise elopement!
However, you will need the Discover Pass (Northwest Forest Pass) to avoid a parking fine, it’s always a good idea to check for regulations and policies. You can check here: https://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/mbs/passes-permits/recreation/?cid=stelprdb5353509
Celena’s radiant smile and Jerry’s adoring gaze captured the essence of their love, and every photograph taken that day seemed to radiate with the happiness and serenity that surrounded them.
Celena and Jerry embarked on a romantic stroll around the pond, hand in hand, reflecting on the beauty of the day and the love that brought them to this moment.
Their intimate elopement at Gold Creek Pond Loop in Washington was a true celebration of love, family, and nature’s splendor, and it marked the beginning of an incredible journey as husband and wife.