One of the things we love most about the increase in popularity for elopements is that it truly opens the doors to go almost anywhere and do almost anything on your wedding day. Although most adventure elopements these days involve lots of hiking or off-road driving somewhere, our team at Skyewater Photo + Film can’t get enough of water-related activities! This styled elopement photoshoot shows you another example of what’s possible when you truly think outside of the box: including stand up paddle boarding in your wedding attire!

Before we had Sara and Garrett get into the water, we first explored some large rocks along the shore at North Catamount Reservoir, where we had a great view of Pikes Peak in the background.

We combined forces by using Sara + Garrett’s family-owned SUP and rented a second one from Pikes Peak Outfitter (they also have loads of kayak rentals and other things, too!). Then we headed out for the Catamount Reservoirs at Pikes Peak, and had some stunning clouds roll in to make for truly beautiful scenery for their portraits. You can also check out Sara + Garrett’s instagram here, since they model for photographers pretty often, and Sara is also another local photographer, too!

Eloping to Pikes Peak in Colorado Springs?

Consider doing a SUP or kayak adventure at the reservoirs as part of your elopement day! Pikes Peak is a stunning place to elope and we’d love to help you bring your vision to life.

Skyewater Photo + Film is a photography and videography team that specializes in destination weddings and adventure elopements all over the US and is based right here in Colorado!

Whether you’re looking for a meaningful wedding video or an adventurous elopement photographer, contact Skyewater Photo + Film for your big day!

Photography + Videography Team

Whether you're eloping just the two of you, or having a wedding with your family + friends in a super scenic place, we'd love to celebrate with you!

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