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Scott and Jennifer crossed paths at a local technical center where they both worked. At that time, they had other commitments. But since they were meant to be together, their paths aligned soon after and that is when things kicked off. They ended up spending a lot of time together and were almost inseparable. In their hearts, the love birds knew it was going to last forever. 

Jennifer and Scott faced a lot of challenges and hurdles along the way but at the end of the day, they always came out stronger. Soon after their relationship got serious, the happy couple moved in together. 

Because Scott and Jennifer were married before, they had the chance of enjoying a big, elaborate wedding. So, this time around they wanted to do something unique and intimate. 

The theme of the wedding was simple, romantic and classic. The Dry Lake Bed served as the perfect location for an intimate affair; with the sunset happening in the background and serving as a great backdrop for pictures. 

Jennifer wore a strapless, A-line wedding dress from David’s Bridal while Scott went for a dark blue suit with an ivory dress shirt. Their relationship has always been non-traditional, they decided to keep things that way. 

From the site to the little table setup with champagne and donuts; everything was perfect. After reading their vows and officially being pronounced as ‘married’, they poured a glass of champagne and toasted to a happy life together.

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Florals: Gaia Flowers
Shoes:Badgley Mischka
Hair & Makeup: Smooth Brides
Transportation: Presidential

McKenzi Taylor
McKenzi Taylor

McKenzi Taylor is America’s go-to elopement and micro wedding expert, often featured in small and major media outlets, such as the New York Times. With over 15 years of wedding photography experience, it was after planning her own Las Vegas elopement in 2016 that McKenzi felt her purpose shift into elopement coordination. She started Cactus Collective Weddings soon after in 2017. Since then, she’s become a WIPA board member, and has helped well over 1000 couples get hitched in style around Las Vegas, San Diego and Black Hills.