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        How you can still incorporate your family + friends into your elopement


        Did you know that 91% of Millennials are considering eloping, and 3 out of 5 married couples say that if they were to do it again, they would have eloped instead?

        I was quite shocked at that statistic.

        Eloping isn’t running away,

        nor is it dismissing your family. You could indeed have your closest loved ones in attendance at your elopement.

        Throwing the COVID pandemic into the mix and with provincial restrictions what they are, it’s almost impossible for extended family to travel in to witness your vows safely and legally.

        With the powers of technology in 2021, you are able to organize a live stream of your ceremony if that’s something important to you. You can also have your entire day filmed into a condensed highlight film, that you can send you those who couldn’t be there, or opt for a full length film of the entire thing.



        Here’s an example of what you could achieve with an elopement which incorporates your loved ones near + far:

        It is possible for your friends + family to not miss out. Plus there is nothing stopping you from having a big celebratory party in person when the pandemic is over. Just remember why you are committing yourselves to each other in the first place. It’s all about you.

        As an intimate wedding photographer & videographer, I can help you plan a timeline that is perfect for you, making sure that what is covered is important to you.

        5 COMMENTS

        Incorporating family to adventure elopements is such a beautiful thing! love ones love being involved in couples big days wether it is a get together back at home or a ceremony time with snuggles by the fire all night long after a full adventure!

        LOVE THIS! It’s a happy medium for couples wanting their families involved but also wanting a small elopement.

        Great advice for couples eloping during a pandemic. Live streaming your ceremony is a great way to get friends and family involved during your elopement!

        I’ve been wanting to write on this exact subject! I think couples really want to know about this because it’s one of the pain points when deciding whether to do an elopement! Great job!

        Great resource for couples looking to incorporate their family + friends into their elopement. This is such an important subject to cover when it comes to elopement planning. Thanks for sharing your knowledge how to elope with family and friends! And beautiful work!

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