After 8+ years in the wedding and event industry, I finally found my true passion - creating adventurous elopement experiences for wildly in love couples as a destination elopement planner. The real, genuine love story moments are why I do what I do. While I'm all about aesthetic vibes, dreamy elopement locations, and creating efficient logistical plans, at the end of the day it's you being wildly in love with your person, I care about the most.
Speaking of being wildly in love, I’m married to my absolute best friend and favorite adventure buddy, Caleb. We eloped in Grand Teton National Park in October 2021. It was one of the craziest and sweet days of my entire life, but that’s a story for another time.
When I’m not working, you can find me...actually, good luck finding me ha! One time my mom told me “the only way I can keep up with where you are in the world is by watching your Instagram stories each day.” I’m constantly traveling, exploring new places, and finding peace in the most adventurous moments. I hope that by sharing my travels I’ll inspire others to live a wildly adventurous life! Check out more of my adventures on THE WILDLY LIFE.
I want to visit all the U.S. National Parks before I’m 30. I’ve already explored 32 and 30 left to go!
Matching pajama sets are very important and I wear one every night to bed.
My toxic trait is that I only seem to book red eye flights because they're cheap [but then when I’m stranded at the airport at 3am, I hate myself every time lol].
I have flight status on two airlines. Honestly still trying to figure out if that’s a cool travel badge of honor or a subconscious cry for help #traveltoomuchornah?
My handwriting is always in all caps. So if you receive a letter from me, don’t worry it doesn't mean I’m yelling at you [because all my high school teachers apparently thought it did].
Peanut butter is my favorite food in the whole world but I gave it up because my husband is deathly allergic.