I am so happy you're here! My name is Daisy and I became an elopement photographer because I am passionate about helping couples find a new way to get married-- free of expectations. Instead, full of love and meaningful, intentional moments.
Eloping is not just a snap decision you have to make, it's choosing to experience one of the most memorable days in your life with those that truly matter to you. Whether choosing a full blown adventure or a more simple and quiet experience, I'm here to help plan your day from start to finish.
I was born and raised in Florida but have lived and traveled in so many different states from Georgia, to Louisiana all the way up to Alaska. Now I feel so blessed to call Washington my home. I am in love with the spirit of adventure and value experiences over "things." If you think we could be a good fit, hit that contact button below and I'll be in touch soon.
What I do:
Did you know?
+ Find the absolute BEST off the beaten path locations to have your elopement ceremony
+ Help find all permit information required for the location you choose
+ Provide a custom experience based solely on what you both hold most important
+ Send a complete Elopement Guide upon booking to help prepare you for your best day ever!
I am passionate about conserving the natural, wild environment for generations to come. Because of this, I took the Leave No Trace Photographer's Certification Course to learn all I could about recreating responsibly. If you're interested in learning more, check out my LNT Awareness post here.
"...is amazing to work with! My now husband and I both often feel uncomfortable having our pictures taken but Daisy put us at ease!"
random facts about me
when i'm not shooting elopements
my ideal day
exploring tide pools
I'm learning something new
My favorite place
Green tree frogs
the cascade mountains
my favorite podcast
to be a homesteader
my adventure pup's name is
My perfect hobby
houseplants & gardening
number of states we've traveled to and/or lived in
number of kids i have
hiking trails walked this year
roadtrip miles so far...