Bonnie Harris Wedding Celebrant

♥ ♥ ♥ An Elopement Ceremony is a wedding ceremony with simplicity and romance as a unique essence. We are saving money, avoiding the fuss, keeping things intimate, simple and just for love. Or avoiding family drama are all completely valid reasons to elope. ♥ ♥
I love unique celebrations; they have a divine ambience that transcends into our very souls. Elopements have that kind of ingredients. In addition, elopements have intimacy and romance about them, which is enticing. To elope means you forgo a formal wedding and elope for the ceremony instead. Very few guests make it personal and blissful.

Elopement Ceremony

Why choose to Elope?

Unlike the days of Pride & Prejudice, when Elizabeth was so shocked at sister Lydia’s elopement, couples today may elope purely for the simplicity of it. In other words eloping does not mean you’re getting married suddenly or secretively. Therefore most families and friends give their blessings.

You might wish to have your elopement ceremony with just your lover and two individual witnesses. Choose a few close friends to attend your ceremony. I think booking a photographer is a sound investment for your elopement wedding. Having photos to show your friends and family will make them feel part of your day. Plus, you’ll have pictures to skite about and keep the memories alive. After all, if you don’t have photographic evidence, did it even happen? But, of course, I jest, I’m joking.

What does it cost?

A simple ceremony is perfect because it’s a much smaller and more intimate low essential wedding. It includes email contact, one meeting, and the use of a signing table and two chairs. A few ceremonies to chose from cost $650. Lots of vows, and you can even look up the internet and or write your ceremony.

When you are ready to move on to the next phase of togetherness, contact me and we’ll talk about your romantic elopement. Ooh la la

“Love can make you do things that you never thought possible.”
Phil Collins