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.
Anna and Sina fell in love, slowly. They are two humans made for one another. And, their love was celebrated while frolicking along the coastlines of Italy.
A week before the wedding they tested positive for Covid – talk about pre-wedding day stress! Thankfully, their day still came together perfectly!
Jamie and Vina left their elopement details in the hands of a team of creatives after they won a giveaway, and their wedding day at the Automobile Driving Museum in Los Angeles was unique and perfect.
In Colorado, you can self-officiate your own wedding and elopement, which is exactly what Courtney and Dani decided to do.
This wild, but simple inspired elopement on the North Coast of Northern Ireland celebrates to love between Hannah and Niamh.
With plans for family and friends to fly in from across the world, Jameela and Midori had to cancel plans and simplify their wedding to just 25 guests.
Covid meant their Vegas elopement was cancelled, but their quaint four-guest celebration at home in the UK was more perfect than they could have dreamt.
Diana & Nicole’s incredible love, which has had its own challenges in acceptance, is celebrated in the landscapes of Lame Rosse, Italy.