To celebrate their one year anniversary Jess and Bryan had an adventure-filled vow renewal in Arizona that will take your breath away! Pink Jeep Tours took them to Merry-Go-Round trail in Sedona, where they hiked and climbed around before sharing their vows against a stunning red rock backdrop.
If you can believe it, the fearless bride actually wore high heels throughout this experience, and Traci Edwards Photography was on scene to capture all the death-defying moments between these two. Catch a closer look at their unforgettable adventure below, and in the full gallery after.
From Lauren Yvonne Design: For Jess and Bryan’s one year anniversary we took them to Merry-Go-Round trail via Pink Jeep Tours for an epic way to remember their wedding day and make new memories as husband and wife. Pink Jeep Tours is an adventurous way for couples to elope in Sedona and other surrounding areas in Arizona. For Bryan and Jess we pulled together an epic team of elopement vendors in Phoenix so they could have a beautiful day and headed North to Sedona.
celebrating each other
These two love birds met working together and turns out they still work together but in a different field and a different job! These two are so in tune with each other and have the same calm energy about them. Their love shows through as patient and kind with a deep sense of caring for each other. It was such an exciting day adventuring up to the top of the viewpoint in the back of the jeep and then getting to the location as the sun was setting behind the red rocks behind them.
They adventured around the area helping each other scramble the rocks for even more expansive desert views. Jess was fearless, even in the wedding dress and high heels, ready to tackle the rocks and stand on those cliff edges while Bryan was a little nervous for her and not a huge fan of heights himself. I always say adventure elopements are the way to go because they are just like life, not easy and you have to work together, but the reward is amazing. The best thing about it, they had this spot all to themselves, a rarity in Sedona especially during busy season.