WHHEEWWYYY, do we have a Glacier Park Elopement that will take your breath away! Our girl, Kim, is a show stopper. PERIOD. Her boo, Andrew, an absolute stud. Their 18 month old son ODIN, ohmygosh the cutesstttttt. We can’t wait to get into this Logan Pass elopement in Glacier National Park.
It was a true family affair for the Glacier Park Elopement at Logan Pass. Our kickass couple, Andrew and Kim, and their son Odin came ready for some Glacier magic. Along with them were many of their loved ones who were down for the adventure! The wedding party was a cast of characters. There were two bridesmaids and three groomsmen. The crowd was made up of family that had flown from Tennessee to Montana and then made the five hour trek up to Kalispell. Needless to say, they were committed to the adventure! We have a lot of people ask us if it’s okay to have friends and family at their elopement or if it is just for two. The answer is, it’s whatever you want! We loved to see Andrew and Kim bring the people closest to them and have their Glacier Park elopement with a few more people in it. We have rounded up the most popular elopement myths if you have more questions about how to elope.
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We kick off the morning in Kalispell, which is one of our favorite towns. There are breweries and fancy eating spots and you’re RIGHT THERE for a magical Logan Pass Meadows elopement. The beach borders Lake McDonald which was GORGEOUS that day, the water was so crisp. There are so many good elopement location options in Glacier National Park. We arrive for getting ready photos around 8:30. Kim had a denim jacket embroidered with Mrs. Ferguson, ready to rock and roll her new last name! Her dress is our favorite kind – gorgeous, sexy, yet lightweight and whimsical. There are so many layers to it and it blows along in the wind, just oozing romance. Paired with cowboy boots – chef’s kiss. Andrew and Odin were in their own room, getting done up with matching vests and boots.
After capturing those sweet getting ready moments, we drove from Kalispell to the ceremony at Lake McDonald in Glacier National Park. We found a secluded spot right inside the park by Apgar Village and the mountains are a one of a kind backdrop. This is where Kim and Andrew had their first look on the beach! She snuck up behind him and when he turned around IT. WAS. OVER. His breath was literally taken away.
Next, they began their ceremony which was sooooo cool. Their officiant came prepared with a surprise mead drink in the middle which is our kind of party. Pouring a glass for the bride and the groom, they had a toast and the first cheers of their Glacier Park elopement! Kim and Andrew then shared their vows and two of their favorite people signed off as witnesses. BOOM, CHECK, THEY ARE MARRRIED!
The family photos captured after were so adorable. Odin was so happy with mom and dad. One of the best things about a Glacier Park elopement at Logan Pass is being able to have so many different kinds of photos in one place. After the serene photos at on the beach, we drove the Going to the Sun Road, past Lake McDonald Lodge, and made our way to Logan Pass. We took photos on the rocks with the mountains, big and strong behind them. The good omen for the day was the snow still melting on the mountain caps. Andrew’s mom was all about how exciting it was that during their late July wedding, they still got some snow! Kim and Andrew are now off to enjoy their marriage after a one of kind magical elopement day. Logan Pass is on your way to St Mary’s, so if you keep driving, you definitely won’t be disappointed!
If you’re interested in how to elope in Glacier National Park at Logan Pass, or anywhere in Glacier National Park, we’d love to discuss elopement packages with you! Along with being Montana locals, hiking connoisseurs, and a damn fun photography team, we are also Glacier National Park elopement experts! Let’s plan your upcoming elopement.