A sweet elopement with positive energy (despite the bride not being able to see!)

There was no theme. We chose simple, light colors that would go well together. We had eight close family members there. My four-year-old was the flower girl. I dressed my four-year-old and nine-month-old in the same dress. The venue gave us two hours for the ceremony and pictures which I thought was a lot of time until I had trouble with my vision causing a 45-minute delay in start time. At the end of all that, I went down the aisle not being able to see.

Sunflowers & architectural bliss at this intimate New York Public Library elopement

Victoria and Ricardo's New York Public Library elopement harnessed the beauty of the architecture and grandeur of the New York institution. They had about 20 of their closest family and friends around them to celebrate their love. The architectural backdrop of the Library provided a rustic and historic feel to their intimate celebration, with Ricardo's two children participating as a ring bearer and best man.

Don't miss the sunflower bouquet and ceremony belly laughs…

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A sweet Philadelphia elopement with an homage to some of the best photo spots in Philly

Angela and Vojtech are planning a larger wedding next year overseas with family, but they wanted a Philadelphia elopement just for the two of them beforehand. They had a sweet private ceremony and lots of street photography in the city they love. They chose the Philadelphia Wedding Chapel for the wedding and then we went to Philadelphia's Broad Street for some romantic photos.

A soon-to-be mama & her handsome groom elope in the mountains of Glacier National Park

As Mary's due date approached, her fiance Kristian told her out of the blue that he wanted to marry her before the baby came. So with short notice, they high-tailed it to Glacier National Park in Montana to celebrate their love, their baby, and make their marriage official. It was a truly glorious landscape to have a ceremony. Huge vistas, vast mountains, waterfalls, and a golden hour to end all golden hours…

A sweet, simple, & gorgeous Sweden -> DUMBO, Brooklyn elopement

Emilia and Anders traveled to New York City all the way from Sweden to capture their simple, lovely, and distinctly NYC elopement. With the skyline behind them, the Brooklyn neighborhood of DUMBO fully on display, and a truly gorgeous golden hour, this DUMBO elopement took my breath away.

Don't miss the bride's beautiful, long-sleeved dress, her rad leather jacket, the groom's fab blue suit, and all of the wonders that a New York City backdrop provides…

An unexpectedly snowy Washington elopement with a last minute venue swap

This snowy Washington elopement was planned last minute and took an even more last-minute turn due to heavy snowfall Washington had gotten. The original venue that Liz and Zack booked had to cancel due to dangerous road conditions so they searched for hours on Airbnb and found an amazing private cabin the night before the elopement.