Monthly Archives: August 2016

Aug 17

Why we won’t Perform your Wedding in a National Park without a Permit

By Maureen Thomson | Colorado elopement , elopement locations

The beauty of our National Parks is unsurpassed. Weddings performed in a National Park require a paid permit. And that means every wedding–even a no-guest ceremony that only lasts ten minutes.We’re often asked by couples if the permit is really necessary. It’s a ten minute ceremony, they reason. Why should they be required to pay […]

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Aug 12

Evan and Andrea’s Elopement at Lover’s Point

By Maureen Thomson | California Beach Wedding , California Destination Wedding , California wedding , elopement ceremony

Our favorite thing about Andrea and Evan’s elopement at Lover’s Point was how careful planning and spontaneity came together to give them the perfect wedding day. (Okay–that and Evan’s hat.)Andrea says it better than we ever could:”The whole day was wonderful. Even the weather turned out to be gorgeous. We were kind of spontaneous with […]

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Aug 03

Rosemarie and LaVon’s Green Mountain Falls Gazebo Wedding

By Maureen Thomson | Colorado elopement , Colorado Springs Elopement , elopement ceremony , Uncategorized

A year to the day after their first date at Red Rocks, Rosemarie walked down the aisle to as LaVon eagerly waited for her at the charming Green Mountain Gazebo.There was oh-so-much to love about their intimate wedding: Rosemarie’s daughter singing as Mom made her way to LaVon; the perfect weather; the simplicity; the serenity […]

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