So, we are living in a different world than at the beginning of 2020! A lot has changed and if you’re planning a wedding right now, you’re probably wondering what you’re going to do. You may opt a smaller ceremony than you originally had planned with a larger celebration to be held later on. To that end, we are offering specials on elopement and micro wedding photography
Perhaps you find yourself here because had your wedding planned already and have been forced to postpone until a later date. Or maybe you had just started planning your wedding when this happened. You might be looking to adjust or reshape your wedding plans.
It could also be that you’ve had to reschedule your wedding date, and your original photographer is not available for the new date you’ve chosen.
Whatever the reason, if you’re planning an elopement or intimate wedding, I can help you.
I have been photographing elopements and intimate weddings (less than 50 people) throughout my career over the last 20 years.
In fact, I would say that they probably account for close to a third of the 600 weddings I’ve photographed.
I am very familiar and comfortable with photographing these small, intimate weddings. However, in this time of a global pandemic, what should we consider? The situation is constantly changing, and we need to adjust accordingly.
Planning an Elopement or Micro Wedding – Keep it Small & Simple
The less moving pieces there are, the easier it will be to change things up as the situation evolves.
If there are a lot of people involved, the more snags you can hit if you have to postpone or move the timeline around.
Best to keep it simple and small for now. Just the two of you (I am happy to be your witness) or just a few close family members and friends. Have a big party with everyone when this is all over!
For the immediate future, and probably through the end of 2020, travel is going to be limited. So it would be best to consider having your elopement or intimate wedding close to home.
You should also only consider vendors who are within your immediate area. Anyone who has to travel via plane could easily be delayed or, if the situation changes where they are, it could throw a wrench into your plans.
So, your best bet will be to work with people who are local to wherever you’re getting married.
If you are planning in the New York City, New Jersey, Connecticut, or Hudson Valley regions, all of these locations are within easy driving distance and I would be happy to elopement of micro wedding photography with you!
Contact me to today to discuss rates and options. It only takes a minute!