And my birthday falls on valentines day, so it’s only natural that my job is to capture the love between couples. I’m pretty witty and laidback, but you’ll occasionally see me tearing up behind the camera during the vows!
This is for all the desert lovers; wherever it is that your heart roams off to, perhaps a Joshua Tree Elopement.
It began with a sunrise, a Joshua Tree Elopement. Summer & Roger prepared themselves early in the morning, the weather came with temperatures well below our comfort zone but as the sunrise peaked, I could see Summer & Roger take hand in hand this spiritual moment as one.
We made sure to make some time for groom and bridal portraits, these are always great to have. Bridal & Groom portraits make such a nice gift for your spouse, it can be as small as having a small print for your wallet or for your dashboard in your vehicle.
Remember this day is about your love.
Joshua Tree has so much to offer! Yes, I know it can get pretty hot especially after 9AM but if you plan accordingly you’ll be in for a real treat! You can start by checking out the National Park Service in how to obtain a permit for your big day. Of all the times I have been to Joshua Tree National Park I have learned that the early bird gets the worm, you’ll beat the crowds and the weather.
A moment of solitude from the bride and groom.
Get inspired and bring items that give you joy in life. Who ever said you can’t dance in the desert; watch this groom bring the party to his bride, rain or shine he is going to make that disco ball twirl.
Pretty sure it goes something like “If I’m a bird, you’re a bird”. Can we all have this moment!
Have a little fun and add some funk to your story, reminding you all that HITCHED HIKE LOVERS deserve some love. Would you pull over for them?… I think yes!
Jacque Nieto is an elopement and wedding photographer serving rad couples in Central California and worldwide through meaningful and fun imagery.