When two people fall madly in love, it’s an awful lot like falling down the rabbit hole. Love is a wild, crazy adventure, and we rarely know where the path will lead us next. Taylor & Alex chose to embrace this whimsical nature of life by diving into marriage with their closest friends in attendance, incorporating the lessons of Alice in Wonderland and the style of a southern brunch.
While some couples want to be surrounded by as many friends and family as possible to celebrate their marriage, some would really prefer a quiet and intimate day to reflect on their love story.
In March 2020, wedding planning became more complicated than it already was. As news about the coronavirus became abundant, the list of questions, concerns and complications grew. The first round of spring weddings was slowly and hesitantly rescheduled, and then in the blink of an eye, summer and fall weddings had been wiped from the calendar.
When you look for elopement inspiration, you’ll typically find gorgeous photos of mountaintop or beachside ceremonies, saying their vows with stars in their eyes. You want those stunning, intimate photos as well, and you may spend a few hours with just your partner and photographer, but what about the rest of the day?
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