Weddings can be quite stressful and exhausting and so many times while the ceremony is happening, the couple would exclaim “oh, why didn’t we just elope?!” However, just a few of them decide to elope. However, having in mind high costs and stress accompanied to the weddings, eloping might be the best option for you. Well, at least it’s worth considering.
Most couples that decide to elope want primarily to save money. The cost of the elopement usually is tens of thousands dollars lower compared to the traditional wedding costs. Also, if you want to avoid the hassle of wedding planning that can lasts several months. In case bride’s or groom’s parents disapprove the choice of spouse or if one set of parents is divorced and cannot stand to be in the same room together, family arguments are better to be avoided and running away is the solution. But, even if you don’t have financial or family trouble’s, there is still something especially romantic and thrilling about the idea of running off to Las Vegas to get eloped. Sometimes it seems that elopements have become more meaningful, because they are so intimate with no too many other people included and without too many customs. If you runaway with your beloved one, it seems that you are completely happy together and that you don’t need anyone else to be around. If you are interested in spontaneous and fun way to dedicate to each other, look for the best elope or small wedding ideas.
If the elopement is your decision, you have to consider carefully where and when you should marry and to look into the marriage license laws. You don’t have the obligation to invite anyone to your elopement, because the court clerks can be your witnesses. But, some people decide to invite their parents, others celebrate with the maid of honor and the best man. You can also have a “just a two of us” ceremony, but throw a reception party afterwards for friends and family. Some couples hire a photographer to come with them to the city hall and then they send out lovely pics with the wedding announcement.