Venture Ever After specializes in adventure elopement photography and experiences in the PNW. My focus is on helping people in love have the intimate wedding of their dreams in magical outdoor spaces. I believe that love is best strengthened through meaningful, shared experiences, and what better occasion to approach with intentionality and meaning as your wedding day?
When you choose to elope, you’re choosing to get married free of society’s wedding day expectations. So go wild! Choose to spend the entire day in your favorite place, with your favorite person. Wear a fancy outfit, or wear your hiking boots. Invite your dog instead of your mom’s second cousin. Share your first kiss under the stars instead of under an altar.
In the great outdoors, you write the wedding rules. And I’m here to help make it an experience you’ll remember for a lifetime.
I’m Nadia (she/her). I’m a PNW native with a deep appreciation of and respect for the wondrous outdoor spaces here and the people who love them as much as I do. It’s a dream to bring that passion and experience to every elopement adventure I get to create — including yours.
I do this work for two reasons: Because I love people and I love the planet.
I love all types of people, and yet all types of people are not always celebrated in the wedding industry, or in outdoor spaces.
To my kindred adventurous souls, to the BIPOC community, to the disabled, to my fellow members of the LGBTQ+ community — I’m here, welcoming you with open arms.
You deserve an elopement experience you’ll never forget, regardless of what you look like, how old you are, or who you love. And I’m going to make sure you get it.
I’ve always felt a deep connection to the Earth. And it’s easy to see why, living in the beautiful Pacific Northwest. But even outside the region, Mother Nature’s gifts are everywhere.
Now, it’s my turn to pay back some of the joy our planet has given me. I’ve invested in becoming a Leave No Trace certified photographer, conserving energy through my personal and business choices, and continuing to lean into environmental activism.