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Earlier this year, I braved the January weather of ice, rain, and snow to head out about two-hours from my house. I went out to meet my couple for a Palouse Falls elopement styled session that was an absolute dream. This elopement session was totally worth any wild winter weather that Washington threw at us.
The light went quick so we had about 90-minutes with random drizzling showers in-between, but it was so worth it. And to have this elopement featured in Wedventure’s newest publication on their newest app was an absolute honor. ( You Can Download The App And Snag This And Other Publications On Your Apple Products Here or On Your Google Products Here!)
The waterfall was still flowing, but the base was partially frozen and the ground was covered with snow and ice. It was such an incredible view. As the sun sank back behind the Snake River, one couldn’t help but think that there wasn’t a more perfect place in Eastern Washington to elope.
This session was an absolute Pacific Northwest elopement dream and I am so grateful to all the creatives and my couple for coming together in the name of creating something beautiful and unique.
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If you wanna see more from this Palouse Falls elopement, you can check it out HERE on the blog.
Heather Woolery is an intimate wedding and elopement photographer based out of Idaho who travels around the Pacific Northwest and around the world to document couples’ unique stories. Heather is also a writer, mother, and educator who’s got a cold cup of coffee nearby at all times.