loping meant taking away the stress of guests, and by Lake Tekapo, New Zealand Michelle and Sophie said ‘I do’ with their kids and their parents.
When plans were changed, Jewlz and Mel knew that a romantic elopement by the ocean with their two children was more perfect than they first thought.
It was the best little wedding day, in Mits and Teona’s eyes. It was intimate, just two witnesses, and they became wives at City Hall.
In wedding jumpsuits, Michelle and Nicole married in their backyard in a simple ceremony surrounded by a handful of family.
A simple elopement. With a handful of guests, wedding masks on faces and a photographer there to capture the moment, Cassidy and Christa said ‘I do.’
While they were co-workers at first, after coming out and a divorce, Jenni & Kelli’s love story began. After rescheduling at the last minute, they eloped to Joshua Tree. Just the two of them and their photographers in tow.
A week before the wedding they tested positive for Covid – talk about pre-wedding day stress! Thankfully, their day still came together perfectly!
Because of Covid restrictions, Allie and Cait went from a wedding of 100 guests, to one with just two witnesses.
In Colorado, you can self-officiate your own wedding and elopement, which is exactly what Courtney and Dani decided to do.
After choosing engagement rings together, Lauren and Tarran planned their dream wedding – only to have it canceled due to the global pandemic. Instead, they eloped among the Redwoods.