This summer, courthouse weddings are all the rage. Between the ever changing social-distancing rules, family who are unable to travel and other extenuating circumstances, many couples are opting to elope at city hall! Personally, I love a courthouse wedding. These ceremonies are so intimate, passionate and carefree. That’s why I put together this post. All you need is a moodboard, list of vendors, and wedding timeline to help you start envisioning your perfect day!
I love the modern, carefree and super romantic feeling to the photos above. They remind us that courthouse weddings don’t have to be any less chic than a more traditional style event. A courthouse ceremony is an opportunity to break free of the expectations of what a wedding “should” look like. So don’t afraid to show up as your most genuine, quirky, in-love self. Wear a shorter dress. Get matching vintage sunglasses. Laugh a lot.
All you truly need for a wedding like this is a dress, a photographer, the marriage license, and accessories! Oh! And the groom…can’t forget that one.
Here are a few great vendors that can provide the short list of must haves for your courthouse chic wedding:
As a former project manager and long time wedding photographer, there is nothing I love more than a wedding timeline. Since courthouse weddings are so carefree and casual, timelines are usually bypassed. However, I believe that a wedding timeline never hurts and usually helps a ton! So, to make sure you get all your dream photos, a courthouse wedding timeline is crucial. Check out the sample timeline below:
Your love story and your wedding ceremony are uniquely perfect for you. That’s why I believe your wedding timeline should be unique and perfect for you too! Every bride I work with receives a fully customized timeline.
Whatever style of wedding ceremony/reception you choose to have, I am entirely confident that it will be absolutely perfect, beautiful, romantic, and memorable. If you’re looking for more micro inspiration, check out my Pinterest board here! As always, I would love to talk through any thoughts, concerns, or dreams you have regarding your wedding whether they big or small.
Liv in the Moment Photography is a Detroit wedding and boudoir photographer
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