Things I like- Vermont Elopement Photographer
Awhile back, I decided that capturing elopements was something that I wanted to dive deeper into. I created two elopement packages that gives the couples their choice of one or two hours of coverage and all of their edited photos on their instant download website just like full weddings. While most elopements that I capture happen during the week, I will occasionally book one on the weekend if it’s close enough to the big day and I don’t have a wedding booked (or if I have a Sunday wedding, for example). Whether I’m shooting for ten hours or just one hour, each wedding is equally as important to me. Couples may choose to elope for a number of reasons and if you’ve seen any of the recent articles on wedding websites, elopements are becoming popular for many of those reasons. Maybe a couple just wants to keep things simple, maybe they want to save money and invest in their first home together (which I hear often) and many times, they just to focus on each other on that day.
Bridget and Colin chose to elope at the Inn at Weathersfield along with their parents on a beautiful summer day, walking hand in hand to their ceremony site next to the pond on the property.
Choosing who to invite and who not to invite, as I’m told, can be a difficult decision. Whether to invite parents, other family members or friends, someone will always wish that they had been there. At the end of the day though, it is their day……it is a celebration of their love and that is a beautiful thing no matter how many chairs are in front of them.
I always love it when a couple writes their own vows to each other!
The front porch is amongst my favorite spots on the Inn’s property. There’s something about a large porch with rocking chairs that’s so inviting.
There was such amazing light that afternoon that no matter where we went on the property, we were assured a beautiful backdrop!