Thursday, July 14, 2011


Now a days more and more couples are choosing the ELOPEMENT
option over the Big traditional marriage.

To elope, most literally, merely means to run away, and to not come back to the point of origination.More specifically, elopement is often used to refer to a marriage conducted in sudden and secretive fashion, usually involving hurried flight away from one's place of residence together with one's beloved with the intention of getting married.

Like Jo & Moses fron the UK

According to
Your wedding can be personalized, original, un-formulaic. Or at the very least, not catered to everyone else besides yourselves. Imagine your own backyard or dream destination as the setting; neither of those are too likely with a full set of RSVPs. Speaking of guests, imagine just the two of you committing your lives to each other in the sanctity of each other's company or in front of the few people who mean the most to you. An elopement doesn't have to be totally exclusive; it's just that you actually own the guest list.

There are as many ways to personalize your wedding day as there are ways to get married. Ponder getting married on the top of a ski slope, skydiving, in front of a loch in Scotland, on the beach, or at a surprise party in your own home, or at your honey moon trip to the RIVIERA MAYA.

Make your day about the two of you, not about the third party guest lists, not about the most convenient location, and not about a something-for-everyone buffet. It may sound romantic to proclaim your love in front of hundreds of people but how meaningful is it when these people are made up of your mother in law's friends, your partner's boss, your cousin's date?

What ever you decide always have this in mind:

have it:
your WAY


  1. Do you think this is a trend that will continue to grow strong during 2012?

  2. I always say do you on your wedding day and if eloping or having a small wedding is it, then go for it!