Cap Rock Elopement
With so much uncertainty in the world due to COVID-19, many couples have had to rearrange their wedding plans. The situation totally sucks for everyone right now, but those who planned on getting married in 2020 have had to make some serious changes to their plans. Although some couples are postponing their wedding ceremonies until next year, many are not changing their wedding date. These people said fuck it. Instead, they are moving forward with intimate elopements on their planned wedding date with the goal of having a bigger ceremony next year. This is exactly what Andrew and Rowelynne did. Like many other couples, these two had a vision for a big wedding surrounded by friends and family members, but when life tossed them a curve ball they chose to push forward with good vibes. So they picked the location where they had their first camping trip together for their wedding ceremony: Joshua Tree National Park. Below are a handful of moments from Andrew and Rowelynne’s Joshua Tree elopement at Cap Rock Trail.
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Cap Rock Nature Trail
Cap Rock Trail is an easy 0.4-mile (0.6-km) loop with minimal elevation change, making it a perfect spot for a bride in wedding shoes to walk in Joshua Tree. Cap Rock Trail winds through stunning monzogranite rock formations that provide shady boulder crevices, which are perfect spots to shoot when the temperatures reach triple digits in Joshua Tree. Besides the gorgeous Joshua trees and rock formations, there is also a stunning plant life that includes Desert Almond, Wolly Marigold, Desert Sage, California Brickellia, Mojave Yucca, and more.
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