Category Archives: Elopement

Romantic Spring Tres Lunas Resort Elopement

When Brendan’s job transferred him from Melbourne, Australia to Houston, Texas, Heidi left everything to join him on this grand adventure.  Half a world away from their beloved family and friends, they chose to wed in an intimate ceremony but wanted to make sure they had photographs to share their love with those back in…

Love In The Hill Country | Laura+Pat’s Intimate Wedding at Tres Lunas Resort | Austin Photographer Kelly Cameron

Love has no season.  It is our one constant, the one beautiful thing in this universe that lives on and births itself in our hearts continually.  Laura and Pat found each other, and in each other found a treasure of a lifetime.  It was such an honor and delight witnessing alongside their family and close…

From Grand Wedding to Giddy Elopement | Tres Lunas Resort | Kelly Cameron Photography

High school sweethearts and together through thick and thin, Erin and Brayden decided to ditch their big wedding plans and opt for a quiet elopement at Tres Lunas Resort. It really was all Brayden’s idea.  He knew how stressed Erin was getting over planning a large wedding, trying to accommodate everyone’s wishes while staying on…

Kindred Oaks Elopement + Small Wedding Feature | Austin Photographer Kelly Cameron

You can have a gorgeous wedding while keeping things small.  Things like the guest list, your budget, and… your stress level. When I found out that Kindred Oaks offers a small wedding package, I might have done a few backflips.  Partnered with their sister company, ZuZu’s Petals, they provide the venue space, florals, luxury honeymoon suite,…

The Vineyard at Florence Casual Elopement on a Summer’s Night | Austin Wedding Photographer Kelly Cameron

Two Springs ago, Valerie+Stephen enjoyed one of the most peaceful getaways of their lives at The Vineyard at Florence.  And although they made a pact never to return to the same place -their bucket list is too long- when they decided to get married the only location that resonated in their hearts was The Vineyard…