Imagine - a sunny day in March, a cosy chalet in the middle of the Tyrolean Alps, a snowy mountain with a breathtaking view and a cute couple madly in love - these two only. These are possible ingredients of a perfect elopement here in Tyrol. The only thing which counts is the love between these two humans. No stress and obligations, no hurry and a lot of time to celebrate the most important moments at one of the most stunning places on earth. Doesn't this sound like a dream?
To elope - this literally means to run away and to not come back to the point of origin. Actually in terms of marriage it's not that drastic I guess. Usually couples will come home again with a ring on their fingers. But it can definitely be seen as an escape from norms and standards. In English speaking parts of the world this kind of minimalistic marriage has already become more popular recently and meanwhile this is slopping over to other parts of the world more and more.
Usually one of these days starts with the 'Getting Ready' - bride and groom are having some time for themselves, maybe re-capturing their lovestory or learning their vows by heart. Definitely some hours of silence and maybe a little nervosity.
Afterwards the journey to the place to be will start. Either if there's a wedding speaker or not I love such intimate ceremonies. And if there is such an amazing view it's even more beautiful. And in snow the bride can switch her high heels to Vans - and the best thing about it is - nobody cares ...
Certainly these stunning places offer the most amazing backgrounds for capturing intimate moments between the newly married couple. So such a wedding is just the all-inclusive package for the start in a new happy life as wife and husband.
The remaining question is just - how to tell their friends and family? Sure - by showing them their stunning pictures - they will remind them forever to this special day in their life. And that's all that counts.
concept || Lisa Jungmann Fotografie
flowers & decor || Tischerie - Fest & Floraldesign
wedding speaker || Schöneliebe Traureden
dress || Schleifenfänger
papetery || Avecarta
jewellery || Alexandra Eder Atelier für Schmuckgestaltung