The bride and groom cross the road hand in hand, on their way to intimate ceremony on the cliffs above the beach
The bride and groom cross the road hand in hand, on their way to their intimate ceremony surrounded by family.
Like many couples this year, an elopement was not Ruby and Tyler’s first choice. For a Plan B, this did not turn out too bad!
With the permits only allowing 10 guests, they had to be very frugal with their invitations. On a beautiful misty day in March, they were married on a cliffside in Garrapata State Park, Big Sur.
Surrounded by their families, and enveloped with love, they had an unconventional tequila shot to seal the deal as they were married.
A romantic first dance, and a small walk into the woodland for some couple photos. The mist did not lift all day, it just added to the ethereal beauty of this bride.
The intimate ceremony was held on a cliffside in Garrapata State Park. The fog rolled in as the waves crashed below.
A close family friend became ordained in order to marry the couple. And they are married! After a beautiful and brief ceremony, Ruby and Tyler are now official! Hands together and held aloft, they turn to their families.
Garrapata State Park California wedding photo of The mother and grandmother of the groom taking shots
The mother and grandmother of the groom take a shot of tequila.
The couple had their first dance right there on the cliff edge, surrounded by their families.
Big Sur California smaller sized wedding photography showing grooms father and sister taking slightly different photos
The groom's father and sister take slightly different photos of the stunning landscape.
Just married and finally alone, this kiss was for them.
Big Sur Wedding image by a California Photographer shows couple leaving Garrapata as husband and wife
With Tyler carrying Ruby's shoes, they leave Garrapata as husband and wife.