Jennifer and Jason chose an intimate elopement at home. Solely themselves, a judge, and their dachshund, Kensington. They met at work in Toronto, moving to Austin after hearing how much the city had to offer. Settling in the Hill Country after years of living in the big city was a perfect backdrop to get married.
There's something unique and personal about eloping at home; most importantly, you can do things your own way. The day was stress-free, with Jennifer and Jason getting ready in their house. Jennifer took Kensington for a walk and enjoyed a cheeseburger from McDonald's, appreciating how the quality of McDonald's is consistent no matter where you are in the world. While getting ready, she shared a photo of her Grandma, who had made a significant impact on her life.
Jennifer and Jason had a short and sweet ceremony in their living room, followed by a celebration with a bottle of champagne they had been saving for a special occasion. We then explored their Italian-inspired home, savoring many moments of quietness in between.
If you are interested in an elopement photographer, I would love to connect with you. To see other elopements, check out Alexandra and Stephen's Sekrit Theater Elopement or Amanda and Houston’s Big Bend Elopement.
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