A beautiful hot springs adventure elopement filled with romance, gorgeous florals, a beautiful boho dress, and some David Bowie styling details mixed in. With covid and all the restrictions for big weddings lots of vendors are having to find new and different locations for their couples. JamieY Photography found beautiful hot springs near China Ranch Date Farm. A gorgeous location for an adventure elopement!
Keep scrolling to see all of the beautiful photos by JamieY Photography LLC at China Ranch Date Farm. Amy Wong Events created all of the amazing florals, Artcadia Stationery designed beautiful stationery, Elizabeth Le Photography helped with styling and Makeup In The 702 created the gorgeous bridal look. You can see all the images in the full gallery.
From JamieY Photography
A few years ago I visited the China Ranch Date farm with my family and fell in love with the space. it is a few hours drive from Vegas but looks worlds away. Acres of palm trees and not many crowds. I knew this would be a great spot for a shoot.
I also visited the hot springs and knew it had to be a double deal. I wanted a bride and groom in their (not too revealing) underwear enjoying the hot springs with a veil put in there as well.
Whenever I do a styled shoot I like to incorporate things the couple will actually like as well. They have a son named Bowie, so I purchased a David bowie lapel pin for him to have instead of flowers. I had asked him to wear a band shirt under the tux for a more relaxed feel. He happily surprised us with his David Bowie shirt.
They actually brought their 1 year old son along for the shoot because their babysitter fell through and he was totally fine to sit in his stroller. So we incorporated him into some of the shots as well. Chad also likes craft beer so I brought some of that for them to have after the champagne popping.