Grand Canyon & Horseshoe Bend Wedding Photographers
One of the seven wonders of the world, The Grand Canyon is one of the most popular destinations in Arizona. This land is rich with native cultures, stunning vistas, and muted colors. People travel from all over the world to visit The Grand Canyon and Horseshoe Bend are forever changed from their experience. Whether you are planning a large destination wedding with a reception or an adventurous elopement, we are here to help you with the details. If you're eloping, we'd be honored to be your two witnesses too! We are a husband and wife wedding photography team specializing in Grand Canyon weddings, Horseshoe Bend elopements, and engagement sessions.
Grand Canyon Wedding Details
It's very important to note that The Grand Canyon is BIG and there are four distinct regions that are nowhere near each other; The South Rim (most popular and offers a selection of permitted wedding areas), Havasupai (epic turquoise waterfalls and logistically challenging), North Rim (only open May-October), and the popular Las Vegas Grand Canyon helicopter wedding on Hualapai native land. Choosing a location for your Grand Canyon wedding is the first step. Once you have decided on a location, we are here to help you with the planning and wedding logistics.
Horseshoe Bend, Antelope Canyon & Lake Powell
Horseshoe Bend, Antelope Canyon (currently closed), and Lake Powell are located near Page, Arizona (and only a few miles from the Utah border), next to the Glen Canyon Dam.
If you love the outdoors, hiking in the desert, and want an adventure, Horseshoe Bend is a spectacular location for your adventure wedding. To reach Horseshoe Bend, you and your wedding guests must be willing and able to hike 1.5 miles. Please know that you will be surrounded by 1,000+ tourists at any given moment. (A wedding permit is required.)
There is a $10 per vehicle fee for parking at Horseshoe Bend. (Additional fees may apply and subject to change.)
Lake Powell weddings can be at the resort or in a remote area on the lake, on a houseboat, on the beach, or any combination thereof.
Temperature wise, mid-September through early-May are the most comfortable months to experience these locations. Winter months are cold.
This is the Arizona desert; dry, dusty, and rugged. Please plan accordingly.
Antelope Canyon is currently closed.
Are you creative, unique, and most importantly crazy in love with each other (like us)!?! We love celebrating one of the most intimate days in your life. We understand that this is a once in a lifetime day and we are here for you every step of the way. Our wish is for you to cherish your photographs for many years to come. Classic, timeless, artistic photography that tells your story.
Honor Your Love
Photographs are the one choice in all of your planning that you'll cherish for years.
Grand Canyon Wedding Review
Heather and Shane, We're over the moon!! Your photos are simply spectacular, and we could not be happier. Some made us laugh, some made us cry, and we'll treasure them all our lives. You captured every meaningful detail, and allowed us to see and savor moments we missed in the happy chaos of the day. Your ability to frame the smallest details to bring out their beauty, and to capture the fun and most touching moments is amazing. The colors are brilliant, and there are many images that are worthy of enlarging and framing so we can look at them every day. We cannot thank you enough - this was a very important part of the event, and we're tremendously grateful that you handled it with such skill and professionalism. Thank you! Rob (father of the bride)