Sarah and Aron eloped in historic downtown Savannah this past spring, and it was beautiful! They chose Troup Square and said I Do in front of the Armillary Sphere fountain. As a Savannah elopement photographer, I like to suggest one of the many squares in Savannah for my couples elopements. There are quite a few to choose from, with a variety of different fountains and monuments in each.
After their elopement, Sarah, Aron and I explored downtown Savannah. The azaleas were in bloom and made the best backdrops. The couple showed off their super fun spirit and rocked roller skates for the second half of the shoot. It was such a unique way to show them off as a couple, and get some great shots. I mean, who doesn’t love a bride in a wedding dress wearing roller skates?!
A lot of times, people think that a wedding has to be a huge party, but that isn’t always the case! Elopements are such a great way to get married, without the hassle of planning a large wedding day. Sarah and Aron still wanted it to be a special occasion, and we got getting ready shots, the ceremony, and portraits around Historic Savannah. When you book me as your elopement photographer, I want to be able to capture every moment! You can make your elopement really special. You can still get dressed up, have your hair and makeup professionally done, and get that rocking bouquet you have always dreamed of. Plus, you get plenty of time to frolic around together as a couple and get fun portraits!
Having an elopement still means you should get incredible pictures. They are a great way to share the day with those who couldn’t be there. You can use the pictures to send an elopement announcement card, or post all over social media!
An elopement also allows you to be creative with your day. You can be like Sarah and Aron and take time to put on your roller blades (or whatever your passion is!) and not have as strict of a timeline as a normal wedding. Since your ceremony is shorter, you have more time to play!