A travelogue adventure elopement all around this couple's hometown in Massachusetts

April 17 2019 | bijouxandbits
Behind the lens with love story wizard, Atlanta-based photographer YouAreRaven
Photos by Novella Photography

In lieu of a traditional ceremony and reception, Lynn and Chad eloped in full travelogue style. They rocked a whirlwind tour of all of their favorite places haunts around their town of Norfolk, MA. It was AMAZING.

All on their third anniversary, they started out by getting ready together in the log cabin they'd been building together. Then they had a full day planned: a private ceremony on their favorite hiking trail in the woods, antiquing at their favorite local consignment shop, dinner around the corner at The Gavel, some home construction shopping at Home Depot, and finally some beer, darts, and pool at their favorite local bar.

Here's a peek into the day from the couple:

"The two of us are quirky individuals who appreciate Budweiser and Jameson Whiskey, billiards, darts, antiquing, and wandering around the forest. We enjoy laughing at ourselves and meeting new people. Our meeting was a wild story in and of itself, followed by loads of personal growth for both of us. Neither of us wanted to get married and denied the possibility vehemently for the better part of two years. One day, we both had an epiphany about the whole thing, and well, here we are.”

Here we are along with them! Let's see how the whole day in Norfolk went down…

A travelogue adventure elopement all around this couple's hometown in Massachusetts
A travelogue adventure elopement all around this couple's hometown in Massachusetts
A travelogue adventure elopement all around this couple's hometown in Massachusetts
A travelogue adventure elopement all around this couple's hometown in Massachusetts
A travelogue adventure elopement all around this couple's hometown in Massachusetts
A travelogue adventure elopement all around this couple's hometown in Massachusetts
A travelogue adventure elopement all around this couple's hometown in Massachusetts
A travelogue adventure elopement all around this couple's hometown in Massachusetts
A travelogue adventure elopement all around this couple's hometown in Massachusetts
A travelogue adventure elopement all around this couple's hometown in Massachusetts
A travelogue adventure elopement all around this couple's hometown in Massachusetts
A travelogue adventure elopement all around this couple's hometown in Massachusetts
A travelogue adventure elopement all around this couple's hometown in Massachusetts
A travelogue adventure elopement all around this couple's hometown in Massachusetts
A travelogue adventure elopement all around this couple's hometown in Massachusetts
A travelogue adventure elopement all around this couple's hometown in Massachusetts
A travelogue adventure elopement all around this couple's hometown in Massachusetts
A travelogue adventure elopement all around this couple's hometown in Massachusetts
A travelogue adventure elopement all around this couple's hometown in Massachusetts
A travelogue adventure elopement all around this couple's hometown in Massachusetts
A travelogue adventure elopement all around this couple's hometown in Massachusetts
A travelogue adventure elopement all around this couple's hometown in Massachusetts
A travelogue adventure elopement all around this couple's hometown in Massachusetts
A travelogue adventure elopement all around this couple's hometown in Massachusetts

Vendors

Photography: Novella PhotographyThey ♥ OBB; we ♥ them Videography: Adam Quinlan Films Venues: Pastimes Consignments, The Gavel, Home Depot Norwood, Napper Tandy’s Walpole

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  1. Aww, this is so beautiful! The couple looks SO comfortable in their photos, you can tell they're really having fun. That photo of the bride wiping away the tear? Got me right in the feels.

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