I think I might have mentioned this before, but hiring a cinematographer is the one part of our elopement I wished we had splurged on. Knowing what I know now, I would have cut corners somewhere else and hired Joel Serrato in a second to document our ceremony especially since our families couldn’t be there with us. Plus, I see how much my nieces and nephew LOVE to watch their parents wedding video and a VHS tape from a camcorder(which we had) has a hard time cutting it once you’ve seen a Super 8 film:)
Photography: Jose Villa Photography
Cinematography: Joel Serrato Films
Lighting: Bella Vista Designs
Table settings: Small Masterpiece (Haviland Limoges China, carved horn
and bone flatware, vintage flint glasses, antique horn vases.)
Cake: Erica O’brien
Hair & Makeup: Fiore Beauty
Dress: Oscar de la Renta via B Hughes Bridal
Design/Styling: Duet Weddings
Thank you to all the wonderful vendors involved with this tablescape! We’re blown away by this lovely shoot and appreciate you sharing this bit of inspiration with us today.
Featured Unique Elopement in Spain
Elopements have this unique ability to allow a couple to shake off the reigns of tradition and do whatever suits them best. In this event, captured by Meghan Kay Sadler, we love how the couple combined their elopement with their honeymoon, travelling through Spain without any particular plans, and enjoying it all the way.