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Imagine a day where the two of you are fully enjoying each other's presence on whatever adventure you choose. A day that is intimate and exhilarating all in one. 

That's what your wedding day should feel like

Planning a wedding/elopement can be tough.... that's why finding vendors you can trust to provide you with an exceptional experience is extremely important. Here at Intimate Adventures Media

We help with the whole planning process.

Whether your wedding is 100 people or just the two of you. We will sit down with you multiple times leading up to your special day to help you plan and make sure that everything is going smoothly so we can capture your day, and so you can be stress-free.

Many of our couples have never planned a wedding before, so they don't always know the best options available to them! That's why along with our photography and videography service, we also include planning assistance for your day! 

Some people might be curious what this does and does not include, so here's the rundown.

What our planning services DO include:
  • Customized Location Scouting (at your venue or location of choice)
  • Vendor, Travel, and Lodging Recommendations
  • 5 Planning guides
  • Personalized timeline specific to your day and photo + video
  • Unlimited access to us (your elopement photo + video team) to ask us any questions you may have!
  • Informing you on how to obtain your marriage license
  • Making sure your celebration adheres to Leave No Trace principles when on public land.

So what isn't included?
  • We are not able to book any of your flights, lodging, or vendors for you
  • Picking up or sending back your marriage license
  • For most weddings with over 40 people we recommend getting a day-of coordinator or having an incredible maid of honor who will help all of the logistics run smoothly.
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Fill out our contact form and schedule your free consultation call! Let's hop on a video or phone call and chat about your what is important to you two!

After you decide you want to work with us, a retainer and a signed contract is required to reserve your date!

Not quite sure where you want to get married yet?  We will send you a location questionnaire so you can tell us what you want, and we can make the best recommendations for your adventure!

We send you extensive planning information such as a 60+ page guide with vendor recommendations, different locations, timelines, and more!

After months (or weeks) of planning, elopement day is finally here! Take a minute to take it all in, and get ready for the coolest wedding experience ever!

We are ready to chat more!

here is how it works!

Looking to elope but not quite sure where yet?

Check out some of our elopement guides below!

Grand Teton National Park elopement guide
Idaho Elopement Guide

Planning your elopement can be stressful, but we're here to tell you it doesn't have to be.

While it certainly seems like there are hundreds of options and things to do, it's because there are! This is what makes planning an adventure elopement so much fun! You have hundreds of different incredible locations to choose from, and hundreds more activities to explore on your special day.

We want your elopement day to feel as authentic and true to yourselves as possible, so we are here every step of the way to help you achieve that! We will assist with ALL of the planning, to help take some of the stressors away so you can focus on what really matters.

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In case you still have some questions...

What is the difference between an elopement, micro-wedding, and a wedding?

The biggest difference between an elopement and a wedding is the number of people who are in attendance. For us, elopements range from 2-20 people, but still include time where the couple gets to spend plenty of time alone together if there are guests. These events typically don't take place at a venue. Micro-weddings range from 20-40 people, and are great for gathering with a small group of your family and friends. Venues or private properties are preferred for micro weddings to help minimize environmental impact, although some outdoor spaces can be used when structured appropriately. A traditional wedding is typically a marriage celebration with 40 or more people involved. These types of weddings typically require a venue and we highly recommend getting a day-of coordinator.

What do you help with in the planning process?

What we DO help with: Vendor, lodging, location, and activity recommendations, along with creation of your day-of timeline so your day runs smoothly.

What we DON'T help with: The booking of any other vendors or lodging, decorations, reservations, or transportation to and from activities.

We have never been to the location we want to get married, can you help us choose a location?

Believe it or not, but almost 90% of our couples have never been to the location that they want to get married at! Some couples just have their hearts set on a specific area, and let us do the rest of the work for them! We have done tons of research and location scouting to find perfect locations for dozens of couples, so we are confident that we can find a location that will be perfect for you too!

We want to get married in a remote location, how will We make our marriage legal?

Both Matt and I are ordained and can sign off on your marriage license. We won't actually run you through a ceremony (unless you choose a photo-only package and you want Matt or myself to officiate), but we are more than happy to help sign your license. The amazing thing about Idaho is that no witnesses are required, and there is no waiting period. In Wyoming, Matt can be the witness on the license. You can also bring an officiant with you if you'd like.

Do you reschedule if there is bad weather?

Typically no, mainly because of our schedules being booked out far in advance. For more technical full day elopements, we are sometimes able to be more flexible in working around any weather that we may come by. Because we can't control the weather, we find it necessary to make multiple back up plans to ensure our safety and to get the best experience for you. We have experience working in most types of weather, although if there is ever a situation where we feel the safety of all of us and our gear is at risk, we may opt for a different plan.  For traditional weddings, we recommend having a tent or indoor space if bad weather is possible.

What are the perks of working with a photo + video team?

There are many perks of working with a photo + video team! As a team, we are telling a cohesive story with our similar colors and shooting styles. This not only allows your day to flow smoothly, but it also helps you have one less contract to worry about when booking vendors. How we we split up business tasks: Lauren handles most of the photo editing, social media, client management, and business finances. Matt is in charge of shooting, storytelling, and editing for wedding films, along with all of our website SEO. 

What is the best time of the year to get married?

While any time of year is beautiful in its own way, we absolutely love the summer and fall. In the summer, the wildflowers are blooming, it's warm, and the days last forever! In the fall, the trees begin to change color, sometimes you get an early snow fall, and wildlife can become more active. While we believe these are the best times of year, that doesn't mean winter and spring elopements can't be great too! We just typically recommend those seasons for couples that love the snow and don't mind some cold weather.

Can we bring our dogs with?

Absolutely! If we are going to a location or venue that dogs are permitted your dogs are more than welcomed to join us! We do ask that your dogs are well behaved, as it will not only make our lives easier so we can do our jobs better, but it will also make your experience less stressful! Having well behaved dogs is also important in the event we run into wildlife. 

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