Aubrey Beth Photography
4 vendors in 1!
Up to 8 guests
starting at $4,000
Bride Bouquet(s) and/or Groom boutonniere(s) provided
Wedding Cake / Dessert provided
Bridal hair + makeup
Small picnic set-up (additional cost if more than 4 ppl)
Celebratory drink of choice!
Unlimited communication by phone and email
Ceremony location scouting and recommendations
Creation of elopement day timeline based on your style and vision
Coordination of any permits needed based on location
Vendor confirmations prior to your wedding day
On-site coordination during the ceremony
Use of planners’ wedding emergency kit
Setup and toting of any personal and décor items
Custom list of elopement photographers + any other vendor needed
a la carte services
Gourmet charcuterie by Farm to Fingers Catering
Coordination of transportation to ceremony site
Coordination / planning of reception dinner
see what our couples are saying
"I truly can’t recommend Emily enough! She helped us coordinate our elopement in the mountains and I couldn’t be more grateful for everything she did. She’s on top of every detail you can think of, and all the ones you might not think of! She helped coordinate with other vendors, created helpful checklists and was there to answer our questions every step of the way. Wedding planning is overwhelming and there are tons of choices you’ll have to make for your day but booking Emily at Mountainesque will be the best choice you make!"
J + T
Don't worry you're not the only one with questions surrounding elopements...
+ I would love to bounce ideas off each other and get to know you more before any decisions are made!
What is the average cost for a Colorado elopement?
- The average cost for an elopement in Southwest Colorado is anywhere from $10,000 - $15,000. Cost variations depend on chosen photographer, guest count, travel/accommodations, and reception dinner.
Does this elopement package apply to all of Colorado?
- This elopement package was created specifically for Southwest Colorado
(aka the Switzerland of America). Durango, Telluride, Ouray and Silverton - Where you will find the tallest mountains, bluest lakes, and cutest mountain towns in the state of Colorado.
How far in advance should we plan for an elopement?
- 5 months to 1 year max prior to your chosen date. With the rise of destination weddings / elopements in Colorado, vendor availability may be slim if planning less than 5 months out.
When is the best time of year to elope in Southwest Colorado?
- I am a sucker for all of our seasons (spring, summer, fall, winter). This all depends on your tolerance for weather related elements and temperatures. For the sake of location opportunities, the months of June - October provide the most options.
What if we have more than 8 guests?
- We consider anything under 10 to be an elopement. The amount of planning involved + logistics for an adventure elopement change greatly if more than 10 people are in attendance.
We do charge an additional per person planning fee for anything over 10.
Does an adventure elopement require hiking or off-roading?
- Absolutely not. Southwest Colorado is home to some of the prettiest and most easily accessible landscapes! We will find a location to fit your needs + your guests needs without sacrificing the views and the adventure aspect.