Real Weddings

Simple Chapel Elopement Just for Two

Jessica and Patrick’s elopement was a beautiful, sweet, intimate affair, with just the couple, officiant, and photographer. Chapel Dulcinea is a free wedding chapel that plays host to hundreds (even thousands) of small weddings and elopements a year. Such a small event really allowed for the

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Elopement in Austin
Real Weddings

Emotion-filled Elopement to Austin

Today’s real wedding is a beautiful and intimate elopement in Austin, Texas. Megan and Matt wanted an experience that was highly personal. They shared the good news afterward with phone calls and mailed announcements, and appreciated the outpouring of love and support from their loved ones.

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Intimate Oceanside Beach Elopement
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Intimate Oceanside Beach Elopement

Ginny & Raymond wanted an intimate beach wedding shared with just their children.  They had a short, but sweet ceremony that included their very enthusiastic dog!  We love how personal this wedding was. Enjoy this Intimate Oceanside Beach Elopement! Xoxo, Jessica Ginny + Raymond August 21,

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Love To Go Elopement
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Love To Go, Salt Lake City Elopement

Life doesn’t stop for anything, even falling in love. Busy professionals are making their vows match their lifestyles, making the choice to elope to the county clerks office rather than spend another day apart.Sacrificing a large wedding doesn’t mean sacrificing memories you will cherish forever. Get

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outdoor wedding photos
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Sweet & Simple Georgia Elopement

Today, we’re featuring a darling elopement from Georgia. Katie and Scott infused all sorts of fun details into their big day, even though they kept it just the two of them! Isn’t it fun that they got ready at their apartment and captured a few shots with their sweet

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mountaintop wedding
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Sweet and Simple Mountaintop Elopement

When Michael and Lauren started planning their wedding, they decided that instead of doing the traditional ceremony and reception, they would invite their immediate family to a mountaintop elopement at one of their favorite places. They opted out of a lot of traditional wedding elements, and instead chose

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