Overland Elopements

Overland Elopements

Based In: Pennsylvania
Photographer: Overland Elopements
Overland Elopements
Wandering Since 2020
Overland Elopements

Overland Elopements

Based In: Pennsylvania

Hi! We are Anna and Trevor – An elopement photographer duo helping adventurous couples say “I do” on their own terms from coast to coast.

We did the traditional wedding thing for years, photographing everything from big city ballrooms to intimate backyard weddings. We thrive documenting couples in love, but nothing resonates with us more than the intimacy & freedom of an elopement. Once we started transitioning from big weddings to adventure elopements in 2020, and we never looked back!

There are many reasons couples choose not to have a “traditional” wedding, and the beauty is that you can make it anything you want it to be – and that’s also why we care so deeply about making sure every couple we work with knows that their day is important, beautiful, and deserves to be captured so you can look back on every detail.

Included in every elopement package is a totally customized elopement guide to help you build the perfect day. You’ll receive location guidance based on your elopement bucket list, suggestions for lodging nearby, other vendors to incorporate, and fun activities to add on to your experience. We’ll take care of the photos, and deliver your high-res images soon after so you can remember every last detail. Travel for the photo team is always included, but we have special rates for destinations already on our travel schedule!

Your unofficial add-ons include a pair of really good hiking buddies who love hearing about quirky hobbies, swapping goofy stories, and sharing excellent trail snacks.

While we call Pennsylvania our home base for the remainder of 2021, we’re hitting the road full time in February 2022.

We can’t wait to meet you out on the trails.

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