elope /ɪˈləʊp/, verb
eloped, eloping, elopement
- to run away secretly for the purpose of getting married with one’s intended spouse; to marry in a quick or private fashion, especially without a public period of engagement.
- to run off secretly to be married, usually without the consent or knowledge of one’s parents.
- to run away with a lover.
the difference • between a wedding and an elopement being the emphasis on the celebration of a marriage over the hosting of a wedding.
we exist to • help lovers run away and elope in a beautiful, meaningful, and intimate way. We value an epic location, meaningful vows, and capturing the memory – so that’s the service we provide.
an elopement isn’t • hiring a venue, hiring furniture, erecting an arbour, arranging chairs and a floor runner • an elopement is two humans in love, with the smallest handful of witnesses, no bridal party, a marriage celebrant, and a photographer.
the best • elopements are in the few hours before sunset, generally on weekdays or outside of the peak wedding times like Saturday afternoons.
our collective • of your celebrant, Josh Withers, and photographers are the best in the planet, so their best availability is on a weekday, sometimes on weekends, and they are experts at creating elopements.
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