fbpx
Simone Anne Photography - Destination Wedding Photographer

California & destination | weddings & Elopements

Yosemite Valley Wedding Photos | R&L

Yosemite Valley Wedding Photos

I am SO excited to share these Yosemite Valley wedding photos with you today.

Yosemite Valley Wedding Photos
Yosemite Valley Wedding Photos
Yosemite Valley Wedding Photos
Yosemite Valley Wedding Photos
Yosemite Valley Wedding Photos
Yosemite Valley Wedding Photos
Yosemite Valley Wedding Photos
Yosemite Valley Wedding Photos
Yosemite Valley Wedding Photos
Yosemite Valley Wedding Photos
Yosemite Valley Wedding Photos
Yosemite Valley Wedding Photos
Yosemite Valley Wedding Photos
Yosemite Valley Wedding Photos
Yosemite Valley Wedding Photos
Yosemite Valley Wedding Photos
Yosemite Valley Wedding Photos
Yosemite Valley Wedding Photos
Yosemite Valley Wedding Photos
Yosemite Valley Wedding Photos
Yosemite Valley Wedding Photos
Yosemite Valley Wedding Photos
Yosemite Valley Wedding Photos
Yosemite Valley Wedding Photos
Yosemite Valley Wedding Photos
Yosemite Valley Wedding Photos
Yosemite Valley Wedding Photos
Yosemite Valley Wedding Photos

More Yosemite Wedding Photos to Browse

See more Yosemite wedding photos here, where we caught the sunset from famous Glacier Point, the sunset turning the granite mountains pink, the sky fading to dusk, and the vision of Half Dome dominating the skyline. One of the most incredible places to see the sunset ever.

These Evergreen Lodge wedding photos are also a treat. Evergreen Lodge is located just a couple of miles outside of Yosemite National Park, in the trees, and is a beautiful place for a Yosemite wedding. I’ve loved being a part of ceremonies in the forest here and receptions on their main lawn, below the evergreen trees. Rush Creek Lodge, also right outside the Yosemite National Park boundary, is owned by the same team and also hosts weddings.

Yosemite Wedding Photo Permit

Yosemite weddings and Yosemite wedding photos require a permit to be permitted. Anybody seen taking photos by a ranger can and will be requested to show their permit. Simple wedding photos like this one require a single day, one time use permit organized through the Wedding and Photography Permit Office in Yosemite National Park. It costs $150 and because of processing times, it is recommended to start the application process about two months before the session, although sometimes closer to the photos or the wedding can also be accommodated. You can read more about the permit process for Yosemite weddings and wedding photos here.

Add a comment...

Your email is never published or shared. Required fields are marked *