Are you feeling stressed out, burnt to the edges, worried about who to invite or how you're going to afford to feed 150 people? Do you hate being the center of attention? Or do you value the outdoors and have always wanted to explore somewhere new together? If you answered yes to all of these or even just a few, let me tell you something. You don't have to have a huge, extravagant wedding day in order for it to be special. You can elope. You can do it your way and I'm here to show you how.
Eloping allows you go against the grain and call every single shot without worrying about the big wedding drama. It may look like close family and friends vacationing in the fjords of Norway to watch you commit to each other. Or in the valley of Yosemite for golden hour photos and a private dinner curated by an amazing personal chef at your Airbnb.
You don't have to stress about a seating chart, or worry about wedding parties potentially disappointing you or distant relatives opinion on the colors you chose, and you certainly don't have to fork up a ton of money to feed people you haven't seen in years. If this sounds like you, let's chat some more about my process.
Eloping allows the two of you to do absolutely anything on your wedding day. Picture this: you both spend the night in a beautiful Airbnb in Alaska. In the morning you wake up to make your favorite breakfast, get ready together, and then embark on a hike to an alpine lake for your ceremony. From there we take amazing portraits, break for lunch after hiking down, and then regroup for an incredible helicopter ride that lands on a glacier. The options are absolutely endless and I love helping couples choose a location and activities to do on their day.