Megan and Cameron’s heartfelt winter elopement on Loveland Pass is one of the most meaningful elopements for two of the sweetest people. They drove cross country from Pennsylvania, where I met them in the snowy Colorado mountains.
Megan is originally from Maine, while Cameron was born and raised in London. They met in the most unlikely place during the Mongol Rally, said to be the greatest motoring adventure on the planet. 10,000 miles of rugged backroads through the mountains and desert, all while driving a tiny car you bought at a scrapyard. It is a grueling and memorable experience. They met on the Armenia-Iran border, where their teams convoyed across northern Iran, Turkmenistan, Kazakhstan, and the wilds of Mongolia. Eventually, arriving at the finish line together in Siberia. After the rally, they kept in touch, and the rest is history!
The morning of their elopement, I met Megan and Cameron at the cutest Airbnb cabin in the woods. Once they finished getting ready, we drove to Loveland Pass for their ceremony. At 11,900ft, with majestic snow-capped peaks in the distance, the couple eloped in a beautiful self-solemnizing ceremony. (In Colorado, a couple can marry themselves without an officiant!) When they made it official with a first kiss, passing cars honked in celebration as they drove by. There are no words to describe their incredible day. When it came to their wedding, they wanted a meaningful day for just them; their heartfelt winter elopement on Loveland Pass was just that.