If you are getting married on the Northern California coast, make sure your dress takes advantage of the frequent coastal tempests.
Redwood coast elopement. Golden hour chaser. Spending time in the trees or dipping your toes in extremely cold water never fails to recenter at least a little bit of this bonkers world.
From cathedrals of old growth redwood trees to rugged windswept coastlines cloaked in fog or bathed in that unmistakeable golden California glow, here are some fantastic locations and venues to kickstart your redwood elopement or intimate wedding plans.
Despite what Alanis would have you believe, rain on your wedding day is not actually ironic. In fact, around here… it’s often… just a fact. Go on, cue up Singing in the Rain. I’ll wait. Or you could just skip right to the redwood forest glam thing Phoebe and Dave have going on here. Gold…
A sunny elopement with your toes in the sand is always a good idea. Sarah and Janet’s Moonstone Beach elopement had the added benefit of an ocean breeze to punctuate their vows. And to quickly dry the flowing teardrops. An early August low tide provided plenty of room for barefoot beach wandering post ceremony. We…
Y’all. This bride and groom. That jacket. And yes, they also have an extremely cute dog named RZA. This glam Prairie Creek redwoods elopement was everything the couple envisioned for their wedding day – a gorgeous setting and amazing food. Gia & Adam met and fell in love while working together in a Chicago restaurant….
Kameko and Dan had initially planned to say their vows in a Redwood grove… but Humboldt winter storms had other ideas! Fortunately, they had the foresight to book a stay at Oyster Beach and held the ceremony in the living room while the rain provided accompaniment.