Have I ever mentioned that elopements may be one of my favorite things to plan? It's everything that I would want personally for a wedding day. An intimate experience where you get to enjoy the day with only a handful of people, if that. The pressure seems to be a lot less and there's a ton of good energy always. Not to say large weddings don't have good vibes but it's just different. If you know, you know.
Virginia Robinson Garden
Who knew it would be a challenge to find a Beverly Hills elopement location that wasn't city hall or a public park. We were so excited to have ran into the hidden gem of the Virginia Robinson Garden. This historic property was built in 1911 and was home to the retail giants Virginia and Harry Robinson. It truly is a breathtaking space and would recommend anyone in Los Angeles go for a tour. You'll immediately forget you're in the heart of a big city.
A Romantic Garden Setting
Within the gates of the garden, you're immediately transported to a serene and lush environment. Our team quickly got ready by hanging a beautiful green garland and setting some simple yet elegant decor to complete the intimate elopement.
No Pressure Romantic Photos
Another beautiful thing about elopements, you have the ability to run off with your significant other to take photos together with zero pressure. There isn't a cocktail hour happening in the background or a large reception waiting for you within the hour. It's just you two and the photographer! A time for you to connect as a married couple and of course, get some insanely beautiful shots. We're so lucky that Darlene and David chose Evangeline as their photographer. I mean, look at these photos...
Los Angeles Elopement Package
Are you swooning or what? If you're like me and wanting to elope then I highly recommend you get in contact with us to chat about our elopement packages. We offer a no fuss elopement package... All you have to do is pick a location & what photographer you want, which is included in the pricing. BOOM. You're done. Stress free planning is the way to go.
Published by: Gabrielle Norton in Updates