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Elopement Vancouver

Are you dreaming to have an escape and finally getting married to the love of your life? Without any parental advice or approval on who you will marry or how you should do your special day?

Yes, at some point, we can be in haste to build a future without thinking too much about public engagement or approval of relationship by relatives.

You and your fiance in the middle of nowhere, an arch and a bouquet for a memorable and intimate ceremony to seal your love?

Elopement is a secret way to get married with a very intimate setup. Originally it was a way to get married fast without any approvals or premeditated plan.

Nowadays, it is more a classy way to get married like a destination wedding.

If you plan an elopement to get married, why not have it in the Vancouver area?
We are Vancouver wedding photographers and we are very inspired by all the scenic views available to have an elopement in British Columbia.

Because what remains of this day, in addition to the memories, are the images, do not hesitate to hire a photographer to capture these precious moments.

Share with your family the adventure you have lived through photos!

10 reasons to have an elopement

I really like the idea of being surrounded by only your closest friends and family on your wedding day, I must say that this is the option we chose, going from 300 to 45 guests. Getting married in small groups, with less than 20 guests, or even opting for the elopement, has many advantages, here are my 10 reasons to choose to get married in privacy!

1. THE BUDGET

One thing is certain, getting married in small groups will cost you less! Organizing a wedding for 150 or 20 guests obviously changes a lot! And you will be able to use the saved budget to enjoy your honeymoon or other nice projects!

2. A MOMENT OF INTIMACY

Getting married is also about being the center of attention during that day. And if you’re the shy type, you may not want to say your vows in front of a hundred guests, so getting married in a small group may be the ideal solution if you’re terrified of being exposed to everyone.

3. GET MARRIED WHEN YOU WANT

Organizing a wedding with a small number of guests also means you can organize it whenever you want! Even on a weekday. And thus to be able to benefit from particular tariffs. We come back to the budget…

4. SAVE TIME!

Organizing a wedding takes time. So if you lead a busy life, or just don’t feel like spending all your evenings on it, planning a small wedding or elopement will certainly save you a lot of time!

5. SURROUND YOURSELF WITH THOSE CLOSEST TO YOU

A wedding in small committee, it is the best way to have around you only people who are very close to you, without having to return invitations of politeness, and thus to be able to really devote time of this day which passes too quickly, to your guests.

6. BE EVEN MORE PERSONAL

Alone or in privacy, this is an opportunity to be even more personal during your exchange of vows, and to be able to pronounce your oath without worrying about the gaze of those present.

7. DO NOT WASTE TIME

Because sometimes life’s events mean that we have to move fast.

Saving time in the organization also means saving time on the agenda. No need to plan your wedding months in advance, you just have to pack your bags and go on an adventure!

8. AND IF YOU TOOK THE OPPORTUNITY TO TRAVEL?

This is the principle of an elopement! You leave together for an exotic, original, far away, or meaningful destination and you pronounce your vows alone in the world or almost, having for witness an officiant or a photographer for example.

9. GET MARRIED WHERE YOU WANT

A wedding at the edge of a cliff, in the mountains, on a deserted beach? By choosing to marry in small groups you can imagine getting married just about anywhere!

10. FOCUS ON WHAT IS MATTER

A wedding in a small group is also an opportunity to focus on the essentials, without being distracted by all the little organizational things that can sometimes interfere with the preparations.

Remember, the most important thing is you.

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