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May 1, 2020

DC Wedding Planner | Newly Added Elopement Package + More Custom Options To Explore

Rhode Island Wedding Planner | Belle Mer Wedding | Anita & Carlton

All Are Welcome!

Never in a million years did we imagine a curve ball in the wedding industry, where gatherings of 10 people or more might initiate a national health hazard and the world of weddings as we know it coming to a screeching halt. As with most historical economical or environmental world impacts, weddings typically ride the wave. When things are going great, weddings are bigger and bolder than ever, and when they’re not so good, well let’s just say the wave crashes. But what happens when our couples and many of you out there, have been planning your dream wedding for months at a time with the hopes of beginning your lives together, only to come to the realization that that big day may not happen according to plan? Cue our newest package: Elopements.

DC Wedding Planner | Anderson House Wedding | Margo + Stu

Our newly added Elopement package is perfect for the couple that has faced postponement or is nervously hoping it doesn’t affect their own. Wed now and party later is the motto we’re using! Whether you already have a team of trusted wedding vendors you want to work with, or looking to bring on an additional few, this customizable package is pandemic proof and the solution for any couple looking to begin their lives now.

In addition to assisting in tying the knot, we’re working with some great vendors in the industry to offer options you may not already have under your belt including the option to live-stream or pre-record your ceremony for your friends and family to see from the safety of their homes. And while our main focus will always remain loyal to our couples, should a few friends & family care to join in person (at a safe distance of course), we say the more the merrier.

DC Wedding Planner | District Winery Wedding Wedding | Christiana + Kyle

Speaking of your friends and family, we know the decision to not include them in on your special day is a hard one to make. That’s why we’re exploring options with your guests such as sending them a favor in the mail or special instructions on how they can celebrate the week with you in style.

Now I know what you’re thinking, “But wait, should I elope?”. While every couple is different and our local mandates have us all waiting on the edge of our seats, if this is an option you’d like to explore or interested in learning more about, let us walk you through the process to see if it’s the right option for you. And while we understand that a majority of couples looking to explore our Elopement package may be getting married this year, this package is for all. So whether you’re getting married this year, next, or in years to come, we’re excited to explore the various options with you and yours.

Looking for something a bit more custom? Whether it’s an intimate wedding for 10, to wondering how to throw the perfect driveway proposal [and everything in between] we’ve got you covered. Shoot us a note via our contact page and fill us in on all the deets. We’ll take care of the rest!

Tiffany Rivera is a DC Wedding Planner & DC Event Planner serving DC, Maryland, Virginia and beyond! For more wedding advice, be sure to check out “8 Wedding Planning Tasks You Can Do From Home”.

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