This dreamy Tucson elopement at Saguaro National Park was desert goals. These two have such a cool story of meeting by literally running into each other on a bridge in Prague. As they say, the rest is history. After a lot of long distance, they decided to skip the big wedding and elope out in the Arizona desert. We spent the whole day hanging out, getting ready at a gorgeous rental house in Tucson, taking Polaroid photos before heading out to Saguaro National Park. We ended the evening by grabbing some fantastic Mexican food and heading back to the rental house for the cutest little reception.
If you can believe it, the bride did EVERYTHING herself. The bouquet was a mix of faux and dried flowers that she put together that morning. The table setup was all her as well. I will say I also love it when couples are able to get ready together.
Saguaro National Park
We all drove out to the park together, and while I had a few spots in mind, the plan was literally to just drive around and explore, stopping wherever we wanted along the way. It was a beautiful quiet time, and we hardly ran into any other people.
We just HAD to stop off for some amazing Mexican food to take back to the house and eat. Hands down one of the tastiest wedding day dinners I’ve had the pleasure of eating. Then we had champagne, cake, and ended the night with a dance party.
The bride had a vision for this Tucson elopement at Saguaro National Park. She knew they wanted to do something that was really personal to them, fun, intimate, and memorable. I would say she nailed it.
Photography: Parker Micheaels Photography
Hair and Makeup: The Powder Room
Rings: Catbird Brooklyn
Hat: Gigi Pip
Cakes: Nothing Bundt Cakes
Park Info: Saguaro National Park