When we asked Logan and Josh if they wanted to hit up West Yellowstone with us for an adventure session, we couldn’t even believe they said yes! It was a couple weeks after their beautiful wedding at Seven Mile Meadows when we met up with them near Hebgen Lake.

It was a long drive to get there, but it was totally worth it!   We’ve never EVER seen sunsets like those golden hour times near Yellowstone National Park. The sky absolutely lit up with pinks, yellows, and oranges. If we weren’t so obsessed with photographing this ah-mazing couple, we would’ve just sat and watched the sunset.  

We asked Logan and Josh if they wanted an adventure session because we wanted to give them a meaningful adventure, just the two of them, to celebrate their marriage. Their wedding day was full of laughs, great dance moves, and their closest family and friends… but it just went by so quickly! It was so awesome hanging out with them on their wedding day, we knew that this adventure double date would be even more fun.  

If you’re traveling to Yellowstone National Park, we highly recommend staying in the cabins at Campfire Lodge. The cabins are right on the river and the pancakes at the café are too good to pass up. Some of our favorite photos taken with these two were right down the road from the cabin, so you can just imagine how beautiful this place is. We didn’t have to go far to get the mountain views with the golden hour light we’re all heart eyed about. If you’re looking for a hike, we recommend the Cabin Creek Trail. Even though we walked 5 miles and didn’t get to the end of the trailhead, the wildflowers along the way were stunning and mountain views around the river always had me turning our heads.  

Jealous? Hit us up for your own adventure sesh with your honey! Buuut in the meantime, go ahead and soak in all the laughs and cuteness of these lovebirds.

bride and groom in yellowstone national park

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