ElopeNC & Green Wedding Guild love co-sponsoring the annual Green Elopements Challenge because it’s incredible to see how different vendors can infuse a design with their brand styles, ideal clients’ vibes, and eco-conscious wedding details. Two Hearts, One Song: A Musical Elopement was filled with vibrant, warm colors and incorporated vintage details with a love of music and Asian cuisine.
Late nights, high energy, and loud music may be the trend for weddings, but if you and your partner are morning people, that doesn’t have to change for your wedding day. Instead of starting the festivities at 5 pm, yawning on the dancefloor, and staying up ’til midnight, your dream wedding evening might include curling up with your new spouse after an incredible day. With a few important differences from evening events, there are some specific things to consider when planning a daytime wedding, and we’re going to break them down for you.
ElopeNC and Green Wedding Guild partnered to sponsor a Green Elopements styled shoot challenge in April 2022, and each team of vendors put their heads together to create a design full of inspiration for couples wanting an intimate wedding.
“I worked with an amazing team to put together our Red Rose Romance Elopement,” Brenda of Con Amor by Sucetty said. “I helped plan & coordinate the event, ensuring we have a cohesive experience for our couple while always staying true to everyone’s talent. I particularly really enjoyed the opportunity of bringing in some fairly new (to the industry) vendors to work on this with me. It was just awesome seeing it all come together, and everyone’s joy in learning together and building our community.”
Vibrant colors, non-traditional attire, and an eclectic reception table were seamlessly combined for this Whimsical Tea Party Elopement designed by Eva of Emily Katherine Events, along with Brennan of Cirque91 Photography.
Ronnie and Royanna’s Christmas elopement was at Church of the Covenant in Spring Lake. This small church has been completely rebuilt in the last few years because of flooding that occurred during Hurricane Florence. A member of the congregation wanted to keep the memories continue the church in that same building, so donations were made to cover the costs of the revamp. And what fun, now that Ronnie and Royanna could add to that long list of memories.