An elopement is more popular with couples more than ever. With the times of uncertainty these days, we are all left with the question of when will we achieve normalcy. How will things be different? One thing we all do know for sure is that we are with the one we love and we just want to be married.
Eloping doesn’t mean you can’t have a bigger wedding celebration later, or that you can’t have a party. When the time is right and things are under control that will most definitely happen so we can celebrate! What it does mean is that you can elope to make it official with your person that you want to spend the rest of your life with. A celebration between the two of you gazing into each other’s eyes and feeling content.
If you found this page because you searched “Virtual Wedding” you’ve come to the right place. I offer virtual photo sessions and elopements. The process is very simple. We would get on a private Zoom chat room with your officiant, and me. I can also instruct you where the best light to have your ceremony and offer some direction on posing or how to stand. I’ve been doing virtual photo sessions with people all over the world from Spain, Africa, and Sri Lanka, and many more as part of a quarantined project around the world.
Your elopement can be in your home, outdoor in a park, or anywhere you can envision with under 10 people. I would arrive in person, along with an officiant. Your elopement would be short and sweet, and then you would have some photos taken at the location of where you have chosen to have your elopement. You can even have an elopement at City Hall Marriage Bureau once it opens.
How to plan for an elopement
It’s easy to have an elopement. All you need is each other, a virtual marriage license, an officiant, and a photographer like me who is well versed in virtual photo sessions. You can also consider a florist, and someone to make you a cake to celebrate after! I can also be there in-person once restrictions are lifted.