As much as I loved my wedding, part of me still romanticizes about stealing away to a mind-blowing setting and exchanging vows with just my love and a couple of talented wedding pros to document the day.
I love that elopements have carved out their own unique place in weddings — they’re no longer just a quick trip to the courthouse. Whether the couple travels to a special location, or styles a scene that feels like their own personal mini-wedding, elopements are being beautifully produced and captured by amazing talent, which is why I wanted to share these seven elopement videos from our friends at Love Stories TV that captures the raw emotion and beauty of an intimate wedding.
Chelsey + Will by VowArt
Incredibly emotional vows are exchanged on a clifftop in Ireland with the seas crashing beneath them.
Morgan + Michael by Love Story Films
Surrounded by the beautiful sand dunes of Glamis, California, this couple tied the knot under a striking minimalist wedding arch.
Nicole + Caitlin by Blissful Sky Studio
The soonlyweds strolled through the lush flora of the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Gardens before exchanging heartfelt vows.
Ashley + David by Veiled in Motion
There are few places as magical as Iceland and Ashley and David took advantage of the otherworldly setting by exchanging vows inside an ice cave after trekking across rivers, half-frozen waterfalls and black sand beaches.
Whitney + Chris by Vow of the Wild
Whitney and Chris married in Santorini on a balcony overlooking Oia and the caldera below. They said their emotional vows to each other and then spent the rest of the day exploring the island with their videographers capturing kisses on the beach and strolls down the winding Santorini staircases.
Jessica + Catie by Vow of the Wild
Curtains were strung in the middle of Boranup Karri forest in Western Australia as Jessica and Catie promised to be with each other through every adventure for the rest of their lives.
Shelly + Joe by Everly Films
This desert elopement was set in Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend, Arizona, but interestingly enough, the epic settings aren’t even the best thing about this magical film.