I can't think of anything more romantic than eloping to the mountains. While this may have been Hunter and Lindsay's third (or maybe fourth?) plan due to Covid, it ended up being absolutely perfect. Two people, more in love than they've ever been, standing under the big trees and professing their undying love for one another?
The winding drive up to Big Bear was breathtaking. I've always been a big fan of long drives. I love having the windows down and my music loud, a warm coffee to keep me company. It was a perfect October day and the way the light was hitting the mountains... I just knew I was in for a magical afternoon.
Current events kept the guest list small. Everything was DIY, but that is to be expected when the bride is as talented of an artist as Lindsay is.
As predicted, Lindsay's dress was stunning and it beautifully captured her esthetic.
The ceremony took place on the deck of the beautiful A-Frame cabin they rented. It was so intimate and the light filtering through the golden leaves gave everything a warm, amber glow.
Better find that ring, Best Man!