Sweet and Earthy Sequoia National Park Elopement

The mountains attract all types of people, from the well-heeled and fashionable looking to escape the city heat, to nature-loving bohemians, and everything in between. Today’s couple, Peter and Heather, wanted a small wedding in the mountains as a family. The initially only invited their kids and their moms but eventually ended up with 20 people crashing their forest wedding. They kept things simple and special. They didn’t have a schedule or an agenda, all they needed was their love.

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Marc and Brenda Bergreen met the groom, Peter, in front of the Wuksachi Lodge and followed him to a place that they had picked the day before where two trees have grown partly together. Peter’s brother performed the ceremony. Peter and Heather each shared their own vows. Our favorite part was when Peter said something in awe of the giant Sequoia tree and that even the giant tree couldn’t explain his love. I agree, that feeling when you look up at a tree that big and are left speechless. That’s the same way Peter looked at his bride.

Sequoia National Park Wedding

Photographer:  Bergreen Photography | Location: Sequoia National Park

Submitted via Two Bright Lights


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Christie Osborne
Christie Osborne has lived in or visited every mountain range in the US. Once a mountain bride herself, she's dedicated to helping mountain brides plan their weddings and find the perfect vendors. She's known in the blogging world for her no-nonsense attitude, and she loves to ski. Follow Mountainside Bride on Twitter Facebook and Pinterest.
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Comments

  1. says

    Oh, gosh. This is amazing! Seriously, I wish all of my weddings could be in national parks. All outdoors, all surrounded by trees. That’s pretty much my dream!!!!!!!!!!!