So you told your family you are eloping.

Updated: Jan 22, 2021

5 ideas to help your family feel apart of your wedding day even if you elope.

No family is the same and each will respond in their own family dynamics way. But here are a few ideas that may help.

  1. Explain how 2020 has allowed you to focus more on the simple and personal aspects of life and you want your wedding day to be about you and your partner.

  2. Find a way that helps your close family and friends feel a part of your special day even if they are not attending your event, such as ask those who support your love to write a personal note with their love and well wishes. Or have them make a video for you that you can find a quiet place to sit and view on your elopement day.

  3. Plan a mini photo session with your photographer a few days before the elopement that includes some family.

  4. Gather close family and friends together for a small ceremony and then continue your elopement day experience just you two and your photographer. Most elopement photographers allow up to 25 people.

  5. Have your photographer capture some epic images that tell the story of your wedding day that you can share later with your family and friends.

If you are looking for a photographer that can be sensitive and understanding to family and help you create the perfect day all about you and your love I am here for you. Let's chat.

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