A moment of prayer during the small church ceremony.
Fatima and Fernando are both from Mexico and decided to elope as they were visiting Fatima's mother and father who lived in Pigeon Forge. Fatima's parents had been together for many years but never married and decided to just have one ceremony for both couples.
In the spur of the moment, they called the officiant and me to perform the ceremony and photograph their beautiful elopement. It was a unique elopement with two couples instead of one but it made for wonderful memories for this family.
Two couples, one elopement ceremony. In the front, we have the younger couple that eloped and in the back, you have the mother and father of the first bride, they are also eloping.
One of the brides with her daughter, waiting for the ceremony to start.
Bride and groom praying for the “arras” a typical Hispanic part of the ceremony.
Moment of vows during the ceremony.
Photo of both couples as they listen to the officiant.
Second bride and groom while saying their vows to each other.
Officiant giving advice to both couples.
Pigeon Forge, Tennessee wedding image of the Bride holding on to the groom after their Elopement ceremony
Bride holding on to the groom, during a post wedding portrait.