South Austin Elopement

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How adorable are these two lovebirds? When Beth contacted me about photographing their surprise elopement, I was so excited to have the opportunity to slow down + be a part of such an intimate ceremony. Rather than have an extravagant affair, Beth + Devon decided it would better suit their personalities to have a more intimate wedding, so they eloped. They chose the cutest south austin bungalow that they found on Airbnb. The house was modernly decorated with touches of vintage quirkiness that matched their own style perfectly. They fell in love with the studio where they decided to have their ceremony. The space had so much natural light and Beth said it reminded her of a “little chapel”. One of my favorite things Beth shared was how her first crush was on Abraham Lincoln + wouldn’t you know it, her little “chapel” had a portrait of Abe sweetly looking over her shoulder as she married Devon. They toasted one another with Benjamin Franklin’s favorite cocktail, Milk Punch. Beth loved the history behind the cocktail since she herself spent many years in England. In lieu of wedding cake, we took a walk down to Gourdough’s for some tasty wedding doughnuts. Beth also made her own bouquet using dried flowers from a shop on etsy.

This South Austin Elopement is one of my favorites.  I hope you love it as much as I do! Thank you B+D so much for having me!

Bride’s attire:
Dress: Topshop
Custom Veil: Brown Eyed Girls Boutique
Shoes: Lucy by Coconuts
Necklace: Stella Says Go

Groom’s attire:
Jacket: Topman
Tie: Zara
Pocket Square: Kiriko
S
hoes: Vans

Bouquet + Boutineer: Maison de Lacroix
R
ings: D&I
Officiant: Spike Gillespie

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  1. What a lovely couple who obviously decided to have the wedding they desired. Their love shines through in the smiles and laughs they shared. Kristi you captured what a wedding is all about. Congrats to the couple.

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