How to Plan an Elopement Part 3: Booking - Carrie Goldstein

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How to Plan an Elopement Part 3: Booking

Elopements

How to plan an awesome elopement, part 3! You've dreamed some amazing wedding dreams and researched your vendors, now on to booking your elopement!

You’ve dreamed about your perfect wedding day,  you’ve researched until Facebook is practically able to suggest new vendors and ideas for you through ads, and you’ve contacted your favorite vendors to see about pricing and availability. Phew! Guess what? The hardest part of planning your totally awesome elopement is over! Yay!

You’ve dreamed about your perfect wedding day,  you’ve researched until Facebook is practically able to suggest new vendors and ideas for you through ads, and you’ve contacted your favorite vendors to see about pricing and availability. Phew! Guess what? The hardest part of planning your totally awesome elopement is over! Yay!

I know it seems like a LOT of pre-work on your part, but trust me, you will be so thankful you did as your big day gets closer. And, good news(!), this is probably the easiest part of the whole process: booking. 

You are now going to coordinate with your schedules, photographer and filmmaker, florist, dinner location, and heck, even your hotel or Airbnb and sign the contracts and pay the retainers to lock in your elopement date on their calendars.  Yep, it is really as simple as that. 🙂

And once you’ve sent off that last signed contract, it’s time to celebrate and pop the cork on a bottle of champagne and throw some (biodegradable) confetti!! You did it! 

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