Have you ever seen a more beautiful Boston schooner elopement? Christina and Steve seriously chose one of the coolest ways to elope. And if I’m being honest, I can’t wait to shoot more sailboat elopements. I’m so excited to finally share these photos with you!
Christina & Steve actually got married back in 2020 in the height of the pandemic. They didn’t have any good photos of their original wedding date (just iPhone selfies in the backyard), which led us to their Boston schooner elopement. They wanted to do something special, celebratory and adventurous to reread their vows and take some amazing photos. Cue chartering the Schooner Thomas E Lannon!
Just because you’re eloping doesn’t mean you can’t have all your dream details — even if it’s just the two of you, you can still hire vendors to really elevate your experience and help bring some incredible, personal touches to your day. You can make your elopement whatever you want it to be, so teaming up with the right people can make it even more memorable.
Your elopement is a chance to celebrate your love, in whatever way feels true to you! Find vendors who share your vision and will do anything to make it happen for you. If you want to sail around the coast, drinking wine, surrounded by flowers and the North Atlantic, then find the people who will bring that to life.
We just had such a great afternoon sailing around and eating wedding cake — it was perfect! And Jess of DeWitt Planning did an exceptional job with their elopement setup, not to mention she was great company too.
I hope this blog post has inspired you to elope whatever way feels right to you! To get in touch with me about shooting your elopement, you can fill out my contact form. In the meantime, feel free to check out my blog post How to Elope in Boston to make sure all your bases are covered.