Romantic Las Vegas Elopement by Shannon Elizabeth Photography

Las Vegas is best known for it's little white chapels and Elvis impersonators when it comes to weddings but today gorgeous elopement, captured by Shannon Elizabeth Photography, proves there's much more to Vegas then that! Her fine art approach to this session is a breath of fresh air and allows us a glimpse into a truly beautiful Las Vegas wedding. 

From photographer Shannon Sorensen: "Everyone knows that Las Vegas is the wedding capitol of the world, but along with weddings also comes elopements! For this editorial shoot I teamed up with Victoria Hogan, from Flora Pop. Flora Pop is more than just a florist or event stylist. They are the first traveling pop-up wedding company in the U.S.! What that means is that they can host your ceremony anywhere in the U.S. and provide all of the planning, florals, styling, and even an officiant and champagne. They are pretty much the coolest if having a big wedding isn’t your thing.

For this shoot, we kept it really simple with a Zhivago dress from Revolve, and soft and minimal makeup by Leila from Sin City Hair and Makeup. The delicate and petite bouquet was made exclusively from Hellebores, draped with ribbon from Adorn Company. The table was designed by Victoria, using her signature Veuve Clicquot Brut Champagne that she provides for all of her couples, along with dreamy blue and white plates from Anthropologie, and a simple wedding cake from Public Us - a local coffee shop located off of Freemont Street in downtown Las Vegas."

Photographer: Shannon Elizabeth Photography | Stylist and Florist: Victoria from Flora Pop | Hair and Makeup: Leila from Sin City Makeup | Models: Leticia Esparza & Roddy Hanson | Dress: Zhivago | Earrings and ring: Vintage | Cake: Public Us | Plates and bowls: Anthropologie | Glasses: Vintage | Ribbon & Linens: Adorn | Film Lab: Goodman Film Lab

Photography has been a passion of mine ever since I was a little girl, when my parents bought me my first camera. It was a Polaroid with instant film, which I was always so fascinated by. Flash forward to the present day, and I still get butterflies with every picture I take. I promise you there is not one shoot that I have not been completely enveloped by. Capturing those little moments is what I live for, and to tell your story through my lens is the biggest compliment.
— Shannon Sorensen