What’s next? Our step-by-step process…
It’s critical that we get to know one other before signing on the dotted line. That’s why we start with a phone conversation with you. We want to hear about your proposal and what you have planned for your special day. Get to know us as well! We might even give you some insider information on how to get the most out of your time in our beautiful city! When you’re ready, we’ll sign an agreement and request a first payment to secure your date!
We will suggest the best wedding venues based on your personalities and aspirations for your big day, as well as provide some pre-wedding prep suggestions!
Once we’ve decided on a location, we’ll start working on the finer details, like creating a personalized timeline and hiring your photographer, florist, baker, and/or musicians (based on the package you select). We are also delighted to give recommendations for restaurants, makeup artists, and lodging.
Throughout the planning process leading up to your big day, you’ll have complete access to our team! We’re all yours on your wedding day!
We highly recommend a wedding planner to ensure your event goes off without a hitch. There are so many dynamics and small details that a wedding planner will ensure you won’t forget. In our opinion, a wedding planner is invaluable. Many of the packages on Best Elope Ideas include a planner. Be sure to ask by contacting a planner here!
There’s no more important element to a successful destination wedding or elopement than the photography. No matter what happens in between, you want to know at the end of the day that your beautiful memories are preserved and that the photos truly capture the essence of your special day. In 20 years, you will want to look back on the unique experiences of your day. Your wedding photos captured by an experienced professional will take you back to that moment and give you the opportunity to share your memories with those that love you.
Find how to get your marriage license by clicking the state below.
Tip: You will need the license in the state you get married in not the state where you reside.