Any couple whose hearts beat for adventure will be completely enchanted by Erin and Johns romantic elopement at Dunton Hot Springs, a fully restored old historical ghost town nestled in the middle of the woods. Channeling the perfect rustic country vibe, Dunton offers the chance to explore the surrounding nature and rustic lifestyle which proved to be an ideal spot for their romantic getaway.
Erin and John love exploring the outdoors, so when they decided to elope they wanted it to be extra special and meaningful. They chose to have their elopement at Dunton Hot Springs, not only because of it’s amazing scenery but also because of the one-of-a-kind allure this place has.
They helped each other into their amazing boho wedding attire in their private cabin, enjoying every moment of the day together. Erin in her gorgeous floral lace dress with the most delicate train, paired with a rustic wedding bouquet and a hat, while John complimented her with his rad rust-red suit. Both looked oh-so-amazing!
Once they were ready, we walked down the dirt road to the town chapel where they exchanged rings and heartfelt sentiments. After their rustic ceremony we strolled through the town, stopping at the old library and frozen waterfall to take pictures while enjoying their newlywed bliss. We made our way to the original saloon where they celebrated with champagne and signed their marriage license on the bar top where Butch Cassidy once carved his name. How amazing is that!?
We drove up the mountain for more couples pictures, frolicking around in the fields at 10,269ft that we had completely to ourselves. We made our way back to the town of Dunton where we ended the day soaking in the private hot springs as the sun went down, the perfect ending to an epic day for these two adventurous lovers. I am so glad I was able to capture their incredible elopement at Dunton Hot Springs.