Eclectic Fall Logan Pass Elopement in Northwest Montana

Tyler and Rahul’s Eclectic Fall Logan Pass Elopement in Montana

Tyler and Rahul were so intentional in planning their fall Logan Pass elopement, the photos from their day will have you two itching to escape to elope in Glacier during the fall and craft an experience as unique as your love for one another.

Their Elopement Day Story

Building connections with the clients that I work with is something that is so important to me. From the moment we started talking, I felt like Tyler, Rahul, and I were all lifelong friends and throughout the planning process, we had the best time tossing out ideas and planning the most amazing morning for their adventure.

Sunrise Vow Exchange at Logan Pass

Before heading into the park, the two of them had a first look and exchanged special gifts they had gotten one another. We then headed into Glacier National Park, the world still dark around us, and drove up the Going to the Sun Road. The air was crisp when we arrived at their ceremony spot and as we ventured into the field, the noises of cars in the distance faded and we were surrounded by the views of towering mountains and the quiet noises of morning.

They both exchanged intentional, thoughtful vows before reading letters from family members together as the world woke up and having their first dance to the song Strawberry by Caamp.

Exploring Along the Going to the Sun Road

Following their intimate vow exchange as the sun lit up the mountains, we spent time exploring along the going to the sun road from spots closer to Logan Pass where they were surrounded by mountain peaks to forested areas near Lake McDonald where they were surrounded by the colors of fall.

Lake McDonald and Picnic

We ventured back down towards Lake McDonald for an outfit change and a second first look in attire that incorporated Rahul’s Mumbai roots. Together, they soaked in the beautiful morning light followed by a beautiful picnic just outside of Glacier National Park. Tyler beautifully arranged the picnic decorations, with huckleberry bear claws, a charcuterie spread, and champagne! We couldn’t have gotten much luckier to conclude our time together for the day with sunshine for their picnic.

Reception with Loved Ones in Whitefish

After their Logan Pass elopement, they rented a cabin for all of their loved ones and a few days later had a reception celebration with everyone filled with yummy foods, celebrations of their love, and toasts of appreciation to everyone who has supported them along the way. Oftentimes you see people toasting to the couples at receptions, but both Tyler and Rahul took the time to thank every single person who was present to celebrate them eloping and I thought that was so touching and special.

Vendors for their Elopement at Logan Pass and Reception in Whitefish

Tyler was so thoughtful of all of the little details that came together to make their elopement something that was representative of the two of them and combined elements that make each of them who they are.

Rings and Attire
Rahul’s Ring – Naturaleza Organic Jewelry
Tyler’s Rings – James Allen Rings & Abhika Jewels
Tyler’s Hat – Gigi Pip
Rahul’s Suit – Indochino
Tyler’s Dress – The Bespoke Bride – Boise, ID
Tyler’s Blouse (2nd Wedding Outfit) – Designs by Sandhya
Tyler’s Jutti (2nd Wedding Outfit) – Art Needle Creations on Etsy
Rahul’s Jutti (2nd Wedding Outfit) – Village Craf Treasures on Etsy

Day-Of Details
Vow Books / Luggage Tags – Bramble and Beene on Instagram
Sign – Embellishments Studio on Etsy
Picnic Arrangement – Tyler Ostler
Charcuterie – Grazen Boards
Bear Claws for Picnic – Polebridge Merchantile
Invitation Suite – Pink Sky Printables
Rahul’s Ring Box – Evoly Studios on Etsy
Tyler’s Ring Box – My Crafting Nest on Etsy
Flowers – Dried Flowers by Olga on Etsy
Reception Cake – Montana Wildflour Baking Co.
Rentals – Empress Tents and Events
Cake Topper – Oaky Designs on Etsy

Planning Your Own Elopement Day

Choosing to elope is an exhilarating feeling and if I could give you any piece of advice as you move into the next steps, it would be to wholeheartedly follow your heart and pursue the things that truly make you happy. The choice to ditch tradition can be scary, maybe even filled with the opinions of others, but as an elopement photographer I’m a pro at guiding couples through the process and if you want someone who will invest in your day and your desires, reach out through my contact page or read up about the experience of working with me.