We decided to do a Kalaloch Beach Elopement Scouting session towards the end of the summer and fell in love with this area. It’s a perfect place for a coastal elopement or intimate wedding.
Kalaloch Beach Elopement Scouting
When couples reach out to us to capture their elopement or intimate wedding, we want to be prepared with locations suggestions that fits their vision. So one of the things we aim to do on our travels is check out locations that might make for a perfect elopement and get ideas for the ceremony site and portrait locations. We got our very first taste of the rugged PNW coastline during our day after Cape Kiwanda adventure session and knew that the coast is perfect for elopements.
Want to see more elopement scouting? Check out our Oregon Coast Hug Point Elopement Scouting
We wanted to find a beach that allows dogs because we have a dog ourselves, and a lot of our couples have four legged adventure buddies too! Kalaloch and Ruby Beach are the two most beautiful beaches on the Washington coast and just to happen to be the only two that allow dogs. Once we realized this, we immediately put Kalaloch Beach elopement scouting on our calendar.
Aside from being dog friendly and breathtakingly gorgeous, the beaches are easily accessible. Kalaloch Beach also has a campground right by the water and a lodge with a restaurant, making it perfect for an intimate wedding. Both Kalaloch Beach and Ruby Beach have amazing spots for a ceremony and are only 15 minutes away from each other. If you wanted to visit both beaches for your elopement, it would be easy to do and highly recommended.
Learn more about The Foxes Elopement Photography
The Foxes are Brandon and Gabi Fox, an adventurous husband and wife elopement and wedding photography team living full-time in their DIY renovated 1972 Airstream. They are loosely based in the Pacific Northwest, but travel for work and play throughout the western states. Their work is best described as candid photography that captures couples as they are, where they are, blending images of love and natural beauty in the great outdoors.