Elopement at The Lodge at Raven Creek by Angelica Waltman Wedding & Event Planning
Weddings are a celebration that presently unite couples and create a union of love. Rarely do we get to see just the couple, in their true form without the presence of others. Which is why elopements are such a refreshing modification of tradition! Angelica Waltman Wedding and Event Planning perfectly prepared an intimate styled elopement shoot displaying the pleasant productions of some very talented vendors! The Lodge at Raven Creek is the perfect host for an unique wedding experience with the accommodation of bed and breakfast. We absolutely love this chic elopement, so keep scrolling to soak up all of the warm vibrations from this shoot!
From the Planner: “The idea for the elopement shoot came from the owner of The Lodge at Raven Creek, Brooke Nickles. She had been recently inspired to offer an elopement package to couples. The Lodge at Raven Creek is the perfect venue for this. Nestled in the woods with a beautiful pond and landscape setting, as well a bed and breakfast, this venue is perfect for an elopement!”
“Brooke reached out to me with her idea and I was more than eager to help! We decided on [a] romantic and timeless setting to show couples that even though they’re eloping, that doesn’t mean it can’t be a dreamy elopement. Even though we had the foundation set for the shoot, we still needed the rest of our friendors to complete the vision. “
“Sarah from Flourish Grace Calligraphy, created the beautiful signage and invitations. Bella’s Bliss Bakery created a beautiful cake to fit the dreamy vision. Color Avenue Flowers created the beautiful flower arrangements, the bride’s bouquet, and the groom’s boutonniere. Any Event Party Rentals was kind enough to supply the linens, tableware, and a beautiful arch. Exclusively You, was kind enough to provide the formal wear and accessories. Lisa, owner of Lisa’s Country Cuts & Spa, provided hair and makeup services to our model. Last, but not least, Alexis Brooke captured the beauty through her camera lens.”