Canoe Elopement Inspiration in North Carolina
This canoe elopement inspiration in North Carolina is the perfect idea for couples thinking about eloping, but not sure what they want to do together. Eloping doesn’t always have to involve adventurous activities. If you both are more into a quiet night in a cabin and a ride in a canoe, then this is for you.
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Details From This Canoe Elopement Inspiration
If you’re planning a relaxing and romantic elopement together, then this styled session is going to make you want to elope. We’re loving the bold colors and boho accents. This comes to show you how easy it is to dress up your elopement to fit your specific style and vibe as a couple together.
Erica, the planner from Rising Fern Events, gives us all the details from this styled session.
“Camp Pinnacle in Hendersonville, NC was the perfect setting for our shoot because of the variety of outdoor scenes and props to play with. From the rustic wooden dock and bright red canoes to the lush lakeside forest, my creativity ran wild and my vision for how I saw the couple moving throughout their wedding day came to life!” [Erica]
If you’re struggling to figure out what to do during your elopement and what decorations to use, then just team up with a planner!
Check out our reasons why you should hire an elopement planner.
Deciding What To Do During Your Elopement
So what should you do if you don’t plan a hiking elopement together? During this canoe elopement, the couple’s adventure began exchanging their wedding vows on a dock, overlooking the lake and then jumping into a red canoe enjoying the scenery together.
Then they had a candlelit dinner and then snuggled together in a cozy treehouse setup where they shared honey mead together.
This styled session shows couples how it’s important to think about doing activities you both love during your elopement day together.
Hiring The Right Team
Erica tells us she really loves how this styled session came out. If you’re a couple thinking about eloping, then hiring a team can help you bring your own elopement vision to life.
“One of my favorite memories from the day was the solo canoe paddle I took at the end of the shoot as the sun was setting. It allowed me to reflect on the amazing group of people that came together to make it all happen and how rewarding it felt after all of the hard work we put into it.” [Erica]
Advice To Couples Who Are Planning Their Elopement
So are you ready to elope? Here’s Erica’s advice for you:
“Be true to you. Find a quiet place with your partner to share what elements you’d like to incorporate into your day that would truly speak to you and your story. What will make your day authentic and special? Discover these answers by reliving the day you met, your first dates, and what you enjoy doing together. Through these conversations, you’ll find creative ways to incorporate unique elements, like canoeing, into your wedding day.” [Erica]
Check out our top 10 reasons to elope if you’re still not sure if you should elope.
Videography From This Elopement Inspiration
Photographer |Ariel, AMW Studios
Planning & Design | Erica, Rising Fern Events
Videographer | Magic Hour Creative
Venue | Camp Pinnacle
Florist | Blueridge Blooms
Rentals | Vintage Indigo Rentals
Baker | Gateaux Cakes and Pastries
Hair & Makeup | Anarie Brides
Rings | Fox and Beaux
Photos From This Canoe Elopement Inspiration in NC