You can go solo or take close family and friends along. It can happen two hours down the road from where you grew up or halfway across the world. To me elopements are just about the mindset, it’s about pursuing a day that is intentionally small to shift all focus back to the couple. It’s about throwing details to the wind and saying heck with it.
Elopements are becoming a way for couples to escape the details and focus more on the two of them. It can be two full days of running around in a new place with your love, and then saying your vows to make that location the most special place in your story. Or, it can be done in a familiar place that you’ve grown to love so much over time. Elopements help couples escape the consumerism and expectations of a traditional wedding day. It’s not the option for everyone, but it is an option that some are searching for without really knowing.
Get ready for an amazing experience.
Contact me and start communicating your vision and what you and your person love.
You pick a general location and date!
I get to work on the details of the day. Figure out if permits are needed, vendors, and create a list for you to dig through.
You dig through my list and pick your specific spot and ideal vendors if needed.
Wedding day arrives. I bring the snacks, supplies you didn't know you needed, and document the entire wonderful day.
You get your images back to relive the special day over and over again.
There's a lot of questions that come with the idea of eloping. In the south, we come from a background of heavy traditions. Odds are, you don't know anyone close to you who's eloped before. You might wonder how do I pick a location? Do I need special permission? How will I find a florist? Well, I got you covered.
Let's get real. Eloping isn't for everyone, but it is for someone. There are couples out there looking for a day that sounds like what I am talking about. A day maybe with no guests or just ten. A day that's thousands of miles from home, with mountains as their backdrop. It never felt like an option before, but I am here to say it is an option.