An elopement wedding in Cornwall is always a good idea. Natasha & David said their I-do’s at the beautiful Lower Barns. Unable to decide on a wedding venue, and a pandemic making things increasingly difficult, this gorgeous couple made the decision to elope. We just love how relaxed and intimate this day feels, a total reflection of two peoples love for one another. Oh, and shoutout to the dried floral bouquet! Not only is it good for the environment, it’s a great keepsake for after your wedding - we approve.
Elopement wedding in Cornwall at the Lower Barns complete with dried floral bouquet
We wanted a chilled, almost whimsical vibe, where we felt truly able to be ourselves.
Go with your gut and do what makes you happy. If you want a big wedding and can afford it - go for it. Want a small wedding with a restricted guest list in some remote location? Go for it. If you want to elope somewhere that means a lot to you - again, go for it! It's your special day after all.
We love Cornwall and with Covid-19 making weddings increasingly difficult and uncertain, jumped at the opportunity to elope. Relaxing in the hot tub at the end of the day as man and wife, surrounded by soft lighting, with a G&T, as the sun started setting and the rain started coming down. It was pure bliss.
How glorious are Natasha & David’s beach pictures? Beautifully captured by Recommended Supplier, Alexa Poppe.
I wore a pre-loved Verdelle 2.0 by Grace Loves Lace and it was a dream to wear.
Is an elopement wedding in Cornwall your vibe? Well, we wouldn’t blame you. An elopement really does take the stress out of things, and you can ensure it will be entirely your day. Take a look at this intimate beach wedding elopement in Barcelona, complete with the most incredible botanical stationery. Or how about this seaside elopement in Devon? We love the brides fedora hat!