Fall Elopement at Sprague Lake in Rocky Mountain National Park | Jasmine & William

A Fall elopement at Sprague Lake is undeniably magical. The vivid foliage, crisp mountain air, and the awe-inspiring vistas of Rocky Mountain National Park possess an innate romantic charm. Yet, when intertwined with a love as profound as Jasmine and William’s, it creates an unparalleled synergy. Their autumn elopement at Sprague Lake flawlessly encapsulated the quintessential essence of a Colorado fall. Brimming with enchantment and wonder, making it a truly unforgettable elopement experience.

Their Love Story

Jasmine and William first met while attending a weekly event called “Food Truck Thursday.” Jasmine was there running a booth with her dental office. William stopped by the booth to say hello to his Aunt, who worked with Jasmine. We don’t know if it was fate or William’s Aunt’s good intentions (or both). But after they were introduced, their love story effortessly unfolded. On their first date, they hung out together at William’s house and watched a few movies. The company and the cinema must’ve been a hit because they never looked back.

The Proposal

William proposed to Jasmine while they were on a family vacation with his family in Cozumel, Mexico. He wanted to surprise her, so he scheduled a family photo session one night during their trip. He even included his parents to really throw her off. Then, during one particular photo opp, while William was behind Jasmine, he got down on one knee. When she turned around, to her surprise, he asked her to marry him. She, of course, said “Yes’, and the planning for their Fall elopement at Sprague Lake began!

Fall Elopement at Sprague Lake in RMNP

When asked about their elopement day, Jasmine and William expressed their heartfelt anticipation. William eagerly looked forward to marrying the incredible woman that Jasmine is. While Jasmine was excited to embark on forever with the man of her dreams. Their words beautifully showcased their deep love for each other, and set the stage for their magical elopement day in Rocky Mountain National Park.

On October 6th, Jasmine and William’s dreams transformed into reality as they embarked on their Fall elopement at Sprague Lake. Jasmine’s father lovingly walked her down the aisle, that was effortessly adorned in the beautiful fall foliage. Meanwhile, William and their loved ones patiently awaited their arrival on the Sprague Lake dock. As Jasmine and her father approached, he hugged William and then Jasmine, before their ceremony began.

Jasmine and William’s ceremony was a beautiful blend of brevity and sweetness, leaving a lasting impression on their hearts. Every moment was filled with love and intention, creating memories that would be cherished forever. From their heartfelt rose ceremony, to the inclusion of portraits honoring their departed loved ones. Every detail of their ceremony, added an extra layer of deep meaning and sentiment to the occasion. Their ceremony reflected the profound love they share with each other and their loved ones, both present and past.

Remember, just because you choose to elope doesn’t mean you can’t include the ones you love in your day! Whether you choose to incorporate them in little details, have them physically there, or both. The choice is yours! There are so many unique ways to incorporate your loved ones into your day. Check out our resource below for inspiration!

The significance of family in Jasmine and William’s lives shone brightly, becoming even more evident after their heartfelt ceremony. Prioritizing their loved ones, they made sure to capture precious family portraits with everyone who graced their special day. This thoughtful gesture showcased the deep bonds and cherished connections that make their journey truly meaningful.

If you’re looking for the perfect spot to elope in Colorado with guests, we can help! Check out the resource below! We’ve listed out some of our favorite Colorado elopement locations perfectly suited for guests!

As the final rays of sunlight bathed Sprague Lake in a warm, golden glow, Jasmine and William went on adventure of their own. They explored the picturesque surroundings in solitude as they soaked in their first few moments as husband and wife.

It was the perfect way to end their beautiful Fall elopement. A day that overflowed with love, intention, and the captivating essence of autumn in Colorado. 

We’ve said it before, but we’ll say it again. As Colorado local photographers, we love the heck out of our beautiful state and want it to stay beautiful. 

Rocky Mountain National Park is the most popular national park in Colorado. It is home to delegate mountain terrain. Whic his why, RMNP asks all visitors to follow the principles of LNT while in the park. By practicing these key principles, we will be able to preserve the landscape from erosion and damage by human activity so we can continue enjoying the park for years to come! 

These guidelines might seem like common sense, but you might be surprised at the impact even small actions can have on a natural place. Especially when multiplied by thousands of visitors. 

One of the most important LNT principles for RMNP is to “Travel and Camp on Durable Surfaces.” Most people don’t realize that the high-alpine tundra vegetation, which looks like moss, is quite delicate and easily trampled. When damaged, it can take decades to grow back! To protect the land, all visitors are asked to walk on established trails, not right next to them or elsewhere! 

If you plan to elope in Rocky Mountain National Park, please do your part to Leave No Trace. We want everyone to be able to enjoy our colorful Colorado for countless years to come!

Sprague Lake Elopement Vendors

Couple | Jasmine & William
Location | Sprague Lake 
Photographer | Sharee of Colorado Photographer Squad
Officiant | Ceremonies with Lisa
HMU | Kim J. Beauty
Dress Designer | David’s Bridal
Menswear | The Men’s Shop
Ring Designers | Helzberg Diamonds

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