The words "Let's elope!" evoke visions of throwing caution to the wind, grabbing your fiancé's hand, and riding off into the sunset together.
While the technical definition of eloping is "running away," quarantine has given it a whole new meaning!
Have an intimate, no-guest wedding within driving distance of your hometown.
There is something special about a no-guest wedding — so much so that many Simply Eloped couples have chosen no-guest celebrations prior to the coronavirus concerns. But if you still want your loved ones to witness this special moment, consider videotaping or live streaming the ceremony to your guest list.
Selecting a location to hold your ceremony that doesn’t require traveling long distances or flying is key, and you might be surprised that some of the best places to elope or hold an intimate wedding can be found locally.
Plan a sweetheart celebration (intimate dinner, picnic, tea party anyone?) or a post-elopement party with your nearest and dearest
If you’re not planning a party, call your parents and closest family and friends to tell them personally
Send announcements to share the good news with everyone else (Ask us about personalized E-announcements!)
The Ultimate Elopement Checklist!
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