From the groom’s vibrant suit choices to the towering Utah red rock views—there was no detail overlooked in this Goblin Valley elopement ceremony. Photographer Dallin and Cienna Photography assembled a talented team of wedding professionals that worked together to pull off an elopement that was full of trendy fashion and intentionality.
The floral arrangements by Brims and Blooms, paired with the groom’s pop of color suits, brought life to the muted Goblin Valley, Utah desert backdrop. Dallin and Cienna Photography captured the intimate and powerful details of this elopement that is sure to influence couples looking to forgo the traditional wedding ceremony route.
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Emily and Kiersten laced up their hiking boots taking their love to new heights. Trading their previously planned international wedding for a local Utah National Park elopement with stunning mountain views and a surprise outfit change.
Photographer Henry Tieu Photography captured every remarkable moment—from the sunrise first look to the celebratory champagne toast. Adventure-seekers looking to prioritize intimacy and breathtaking views when planning their wedding won’t want to miss this Utah National Park elopement.
Emily and Kiersten
Zion National Park, Springdale, Utah
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Memorable Sunrise First Look
The most memorable part of the day definitely had to be our first look. We opted to do a sunrise ceremony as our wedding date happened to fall on a weekend and we wanted to avoid the crowd. We hiked up to the viewpoint in the dark and started getting into our dresses just as the first light started peeking through. Emily heard a small clink as she took her dress out of the garment bag, but didn’t think much of it as she was hurrying to dress. We got into position, ready to turn around to see each other when Emily said, “Guys, I don’t have my ring.” We all froze and I remember thinking, “No matter what happens I’m not going to let this ruin the day.” Viet went over to the spot and started looking. I wasn’t optimistic as she had been standing very close to the edge of the cliff and I was sure the ring had tumbled over. A few moments later Viet found it. What a relief!
Focus On The Sweet Moments With Loved Ones
As a planner, my biggest advice is to plan what you can, but don’t sweat the rest. There are a lot of unknowns when planning an elopement and it can be hard to know where to look or where to start when sometimes. That’s what wedding planners are for, but at the end of the day, it’s about the moments with your loved ones. Spend your time enjoying each and every minute with them.
Utah National Park Elopement Planned With Both Brides In Mind
The most important thing was making sure the day was true to both of us. Emily was happy to let me take the lead on planning, her only wish was that she didn’t want to spend the entire wedding day taking photos so after the ceremony in the morning we spent the rest of the day relaxing by the pool. Two days later we got dressed up again for photos at a state park in Moab, Utah.
Congratulations to Emily and Kiersten on their incredible national park elopement. We’re so thankful that Henry Tieu was there to capture their beautiful day.
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