Asked by: Hermindo Cavaller
asked in category: General Last Updated: 13th January, 2020

Why do we elope?

There are many reasons why couples decide to elope. One of the more common is because their parents or families don't approve of the union. Typically, weddings are an occasion when the family comes together. Another possible reason is that the couple may feel that they don't have enough money for a traditional wedding.

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Thereof, why did you choose to elope?

For a lot of couples, the main reason they chose to elope was that they wanted the opportunity to really focus on intimate, intentional moments during their wedding day, and they didn't feel that a larger, more traditional wedding would afford them those moments.

Similarly, why eloping is better than a wedding? Elopements are on the rise in the US, as more and more people are opting out of the traditional wedding. Elopements are significantly cheaper and allow people to focus on their honeymoon. Also, these ceremonies are more intimate and personal than the traditional 300-person wedding.

Similarly one may ask, is it a good idea to elope?

Technically, eloping means to run off and secretly get hitched without telling your family or friends. However, it's probably a good idea to let them know what you're planning—and maybe even invite them to attend.

Is it cheaper to elope or have a wedding?

Cost effective. Most people assume eloping is cheaper than a wedding and the reason to elope is primarily economic. But one can have a truly fabulous wedding, with plenty of guests, and still make it cost effective.

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