I was fortunate to be able to capture this beautiful couple's elopement wedding. The day started in Cambridge, went to Guelph, and ended in Rockwood at the conservation area. In total, I was on the road for about 7 or 8 hours. I go through the whole timeline of the day. This is a great way to see how long everything involved in an elopement can take. You can definitely make your elopement as fancy, unique, or as extravagant as you want, because elopements are for you, and for you two alone. Keep reading for more info about this day and how the elopement all went down.
Kitchener - Home
8am - First thing is to clean off the van and then take all of my equipment out and pack all into the van, thankfully my assistant (aka my husband) was able to do most of the loading while I got all set and ready for the day. Then on to feeding my kids, getting them ready, and taking them over to my parents house for some babysitting (Thank God for grandparents!). Then over to Cambridge to meet the bride, Ashley, over at Luna Salon for 930am.
We were there for a couple hours. Beauty takes time folks. I was happy to take so many photos of Ashley, while my husband chatted and kept the groom company. I know maybe the groom shouldn't see the bride, but they are eloping! so all the rules are out the door. After Yadira finished everything up, Ashley got into her dress (courtesy of JJhouse), Ashley and Jack put on there backpacks and Jackets and headed out to our first stop in Guelph (about a 20 minute drive) at a pretty unique coffee shop there called Balzac's Coffee. Try them out if you have a chance.