It's an idea that feels impossible, but I am here to help. Let's take that vision you have inside your mind and make it a reality. I’m there, as your photographer and your guide.
Years ago, elopements were different. They were couples running off to marry without anyone knowing and then surprising their families with the news when they returned home. You hear the word elopement, and a thought that isn't very realistic pops into your mind. The word elopement means something entirely different now. It's a celebration that has been redefined. Elopements are simply about not compromising what you and your significant other want for your big day. They are an intentionally small wedding experience that creates a space for couples to focus their day completely around the two of them. It's an experience without pressed expectations, and the entire goal is to eliminate unwanted obligation that we sometimes feel within the big wedding industry.
How do I pick where to elope?
Sit down with your partner and answer questions like, what type of landscape do you want to be surrounded by? What season is ideal? Once you start finding answers to these questions I will help you with location options based off of what your answers were. I want to stand alongside you and be a guide when it comes to all of the decisions that come with elopement planning. The goal is to make this experience as stress free as possible.
Does elopements mean no family?
I truly believe that the word elopement has been redefined. Elopements now are more about prioritizing the intimacy and experience of your wedding day. I think 100% family can be written into an elopement wedding day. As long as each guest attending has the same mindset as you and your lover. Knowing that the day isn't about specific details or strict timelines.. that this wedding day is completely about you and your love story.
How will you help me out during the planning process?
I am going into this thing as way more than just your photographer. I will help you track down that ideal location, help create the schedule, and then document all of it in the end. I will also be mindful of small things you might miss, like having extra supplies, snacks, and locking down any permits needed for your day.