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  • Stacy Burk

Couple's tell us all the time they're so glad they chose an Adventure Elopement over a big wedding. We ask them why... they usually say, "big weddings are about pleasing our family and friends and can be hectic. But Elopements are about doing the things we want and having fun. There's no stress... just the freedom to enjoy the Adventure together!"





The famous Cathedral Rock is one of the most dramatic places to shoot or experience an Adventure Elopement in America. But, you have to be in descent shape if you want to make it to the top. It's only 0.8 miles up, so it's not even a mile. The thing is, it's very steep. Nothing dangerous, unless you're not in shape.

So if you like to hike, experience adventure and are in pretty descent shape... Cathedral is an absolute must to see! We have lots of gorgeous locations here in Sedona, but we're constantly taking couples to the top of Cathedral... whether it be an Elopement, Surprise Engagement or fun adventure shoot.

By the way, to get a shot like the one below... you have to have professional lighting. Just to give you heads up, we're the only ones to carry professional lighting all the way to the top of Cathedral Rock.









  • Stacy Burk

I remember meeting the Lone Ranger at the Texas State Fair as a boy. He was my hero. I even had a Lone Ranger outfit. He stood for justice and fought against those who do wrong. The American Cowboy has been the symbol of God and Country for many years. When you think of a cowboy, you think of things like 'true grit', tough, strong morals, working hard and using your good old common sense. In many ways, the legends of the great American Cowboy has died off in this country and we are seeing the signs of it. It seems people have become too passive and good morals degenerating to people accepting most anything. Cowboy Actors like John Wayne, Roy Rogers and Gene Autry knew the importance of what the Cowboy legend meant to keeping the backbone of America strong and it's why they were who they were and stood for. We need more Cowboys again today and I'm here to say... I've never been more proud to be an American Cowboy than I am now. (This photo was taken where John Wayne filmed the famous western movie, "True Grit")