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This Boho Corona Elopement was Nothing Short of an Adventure

This boho corona elopement was nothing short of an adventure, and full of so much love and laughter! After postponing their wedding the first time, Ashley and Chris decided to elope on their original wedding date in the most intimate, yet quickest way they could imagine. What that looked like was having a virtual ceremony and cake cutting, followed by a private stay in an airBNB at Enchanted Rock National Park, where they soaked in being married by listening to vinyl records, snacking on cake and cuddling up with a fancy bottle of wine and a $10 pizza. Ashley looked stunning in her lovely white dress with fringe details, accented with a stylish wide-brim hat, leather booties and floral earrings. If you need any more proof that love lives on in this time, you have to look through this wedding gallery! Don’t mind us as we’re scrolling through their photos now planning our own private getaway with our significant other to match this sweet day. You do not want to miss all the boho details of this celebration! And be sure to read below about all the adventure that went on during Ashley and Chris’s elopement! Cheers!

Photo // Madison Katlin Photography

From the bride: “When we postponed our wedding the first time, we were less than three weeks out from our date. Once the dust settled, we said the heck with it and decided to get legally married on our day in the most intimate way we could (quickly) imagine. We told only our parents and planned to surprise our guests with the news at our new August wedding date, which is now also postponed. The elopement was nothing short of an adventure, full of so much love and laughter. From accidentally ordering flowers from Fredericksburg, Virginia, to getting to Enchanted Rock only to realize that we forgot our tripod, vow books and wedding bands. We took a few pictures at Enchanted Rock, then rushed back to our precious airBNB for our virtual ceremony before the skies opened up. We cut cake at two in the afternoon. That was it! We had the afternoon to soak it in, listen to vinyl records, snack on cake and ended it with a fancy bottle of wine and a delicious $10 pizza.”

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