If you’ve had to postpone your wedding due to coronavirus,I feel for you - it sucks! But it doesn’t have to be all doom and gloom - you can still get married, and it can actually be even more special.

Elopements used to mean getting married in secret, with just the two of you. But things have changed over the past few years, and elopements have become an intimate and meaningful way to get married. The best part?
It’s a great way to get married safely and legally during coronavirus. Plus, you can still have that mega party next year!

You don’t have to do it completely alone – you can have your fave people attend to celebrate with you, and to be honest, it’s a lot easier and more fun than planning a wedding with 100 guests.

The 5 best places to elope in Ireland

Still unsure? Here are a few options you can consider:

  • Postpone everything and watch sad movies on your original date while inhaling a tub of Ben and Jerrys.
  • Have a love shoot on your original date – just the two of you (plus me and my camera) creating some beautiful images and doing something fun to remember the day.
  • Elope! Get married on your original date with a slimmed-down guest list and a shorter celebration, and have the party next year.

So if you’re postponing your wedding to next year (or beyond) and you’d like to do something on the original date, or maybe you haven’t planned your wedding yet, but you’d love to get married this year, eloping in Ireland is a beautiful way to do it. Invite your closest people and a celebrant, and say your vows atop a mountain, beside a flowing river or on the edge of a cliff. I promise it’ll be a day to remember. 

As an elopement photographer in Ireland, I know all the best spots for photos, and if you’re at the very beginning of your planning process I can also help you find the best suppliers and suggest locations where you can hold your ceremony. I’m a nature lover, so if you are too then I’m sure we’ll be on the same page!

 

 

 

 

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