Simeon + Rebecca eloped with only their close family members at The Ivy Hotel last June. They first hired me to capture their engagement photos and then their engagement party, so by the time their elopement came, I already knew them as the quirky, personable, and extremely kind human beings that they are. Rebecca even gave me little tokens of gratitude each time she saw me– a B.Willow gift card, a tiny plant which is healthily growing in my home, and two little wedding themed foxes.

Two families of tradition, Rebecca's mother passed down her grandmother's bouquet while wearing Simeon's grandmother's ring. Rebecca wore a chic, off the shoulder gown fastened with a bow at the shoulder and a pearled veil while Simeon wore a grey pinstripe suit with a boutonnière to match Rebecca's bouquet.

The ceremony and portraits only lasted for two hours but was filled with so many beautiful moments: Rebecca's mother fastening her veil, a first look with Simeon, followed by another one with Rebecca's Father, and finally tear filled moments during the ceremony that got me teary eye'd too.

Heidi and Francisco reaffirmed their love with extended friends and family at Sylvanside Farm on a sunny Friday afternoon. They eloped back in June 2020, their original wedding date, and held this giant celebration on their anniversary the following year.. H + F are the kind of people anyone can easily get along with, facilitating a space that feels like your apart of the family, myself included. They celebrate each other so well, love to laugh, and are very free spirited which is reflected throughout their wedding gallery.

The entire family was involved in the planning and decor process. Heidi's bouquet was a colorful array of wildflowers put together by her Aunt while the welcome door was a father-daughter project. Instead of a set dinner or buffet, Heidi and Francisco decided to serve an endless amount of hors d'oeuvres and alcohol. They're known for throwing some epic dance parties which they also incorporated into their wedding through a Colombian Hora Loca, making for an unforgettable end to their wedding celebration.