Images: Jon Fleming Photography
Everyone here knows I love a good elopement but what I Really love about Lauren & Michael’s intimate Woodlawn Manor wedding is that even though it was just the two of them – they didn’t scrimp on the details! They had a full on decorated dinner table (with lace & flowers & love signs), an adorable cake with pops of teal, the most STUNNING black lace wedding dress on the bride, and one of the most romantic wedding ceremony setups I’ve ever seen! They still totally had a wedding – just for the two of them and not an entire 75+ guest list! Check all the gorgeous details out below. Thanks to Merlyn of Extravagant Elopements for the submission!
Details from Merlyn:
The busy couple had been engaged for a long time, but finding time to plan a wedding had proven to be tougher than either one of them imagined. When Lauren heard about how a Pop Up Wedding could be planned in a short amount of time with almost no stress, she was all for it! At first the couple was unsure about whether to invite a small group of family and friends to witness the occasion. But since almost everyone on the guest list had a spouse or a plus one–after doing the math, they decided to just have an intimate elopement with the two of them.
The bride knew she wanted a vintage-antique look for her special day, chocolate cake, and lavender and teal accents throughout the wedding décor.
Click inside for the rest of this gorgeous, vintage inspired Woodlawn Manor elopement!
I picked the venue, Woodlawn Manor, because it wasn’t too big for an intimate elopement and full of so much vintage charm! After sharing the venue I’d found for them, the couple took a tour of Woodlawn Manor and also agreed that it would be perfect for what they had in mind. So Lauren picked out a date, shared her Pinterest board with me–and the rest was history!