A wedding in the Corona year is anything but normal. Large weddings with many guests were almost impossible. It is not without reason that an elopement registry office is a very interesting opportunity for some bridal couples to say yes. Not only is it very intimate, but it is also focused on the essentials: love for one another.
In times of Corona, the wedding trend of microwedding established itself for a reason, although weddings also took place in very small groups with only a few guests. If we had married in times of Corona, we would have decided on an Elopement registry office. After all, during the lockdown, guests and photographers were often not welcome in the registry office.
Elopement only for two
If you don’t know what to do with the term elopement, then be sure to read our article elopement at the Eibsee – very intimate just getting married for two. With an elopement, the moment of your wedding and the entire rest of the day belongs to only one bride and groom and nobody can fault it.
This styled shoot with Valeska and Tim should be a mixture of elegant, chic but also casual and cheeky. At the same time, it also exudes a little New York metropolitan charm. When we saw the photos for the first time, we immediately agreed: This is exactly what our Elopement registry office would have looked like! Really great shoes, a super nice dress, chic suit and fast food as a wedding dinner. It didn’t need more.
Wedding only for two in the registry office
At a registry office Elopement you would only get married as a couple. An elopement doesn’t always have to take place in a totally extraordinary place, it is more about running away. Enjoy the moment, forget everything else and just get married.
Photographer: Ninnie & Dave
Hair & Makeup: Laura Posteraro
Floristry: Andrea Stange
Location: Libertine Lindenberg
Shoes: Manolo Blahnik
Jewelry: Tiffany & Co.
Dress: About You
Wedding dinner: Five Guys ?
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