Erica was married to a man, and Emily was also in an unhappy marriage when these two met while working together at the same law firm. Their connection and chemistry was undeniable.
While they had thought of eloping, their Preist convinced them to have just a handful of their favorite people in attendance as they shared vows in their own backyard.
They weren’t able to have any family or friends in attendance, so, Kayla and Maddy married in a forest surrounded by trees and cameras live streaming their ceremony.
With less than two months to plan, this couple married in Hocking Hills, surrounded by a handful of loved ones, stormy skies and a whole lot of love.
Through rain, this creative team and LGBTQ+ couple hiked along a 2-mile trail to capture this adventurous elopement inspiration.
Laura & Sarah shared personal, intimate vows in front of their favorite people at their outdoor Lake Tahoe wedding day.
Covid changed their wedding plans, and instead of a big celebration, Cassi and Greta eloped, and had their loved ones stream in live on Zoom.
Brooke and Quinn had their big wedding planned, but COVID hit and they were forced to cancel. They still married, in an intimate ceremony in Alaska.
These two lovers met at medical school, and incorporated many different Jewish elements into their farm wedding day to honor their Judaism.
They had a 130-guest affair planned, and then COVID made it unsafe. Instead, they married in an intimate beachside picnic wedding with a handful of loved ones.