Romantic Gothic Elopement in Washington

Eloping in a national park with just five of their close friends and family, Tabatha and Richie planned everything themselves, exactly the way they wanted it.

“We didn’t follow the expected traditions of a wedding itinerary,” Tabatha told us. “We booked a lake house in the national forest for four nights and cooked meals, played Switch games and board games, and just spent quality time together. The memories from that weekend are some of the most special that I have. I am so glad it became such a low stress, intimate event for us.”

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Casual Tasmanian Elopement on International Non-Binary People’s Day

Paris and Danni’s elopement may just be the ultimate anti-wedding! Re-planned in just 48 hours thanks to ever-changing COVID restrictions, they held a private ceremony at a cottage in Meander, Tasmania with only their closet friend, a photographer and celebrant there with them. It all worked out great though as their new date, July 14th, is actually International Non-Binary People’s Day!

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Fleetwood Mac Inspired Relaxed Bohemian Wedding

Vincent the dog was the main attraction of Imogen and George’s wedding, getting involved in the ceremony and being the best boy throughout the day! Their wedding was filled with colour, amazing outfits, big florals and dark velvet bridesmaids’ dresses. They were inspired be Fleetwood Mac (Stevie Nicks in particular) for their outfits, and wanted a general boho vibe throughout.

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