In a clearing in the forest on a misty, rainy day, the sound of the harp wafted through the trees.
Two lovely women garbed in diaphanous white gowns floated into the garden hand in hand, on the wings of love.
Together they stood as their intention to marry was proclaimed for all to hear.
Words were spoken of love and commitment, of endurance and desire.
In the company of a small band of friends the brides cried tears of joy as they each read the vows of marriage that they had written for each other.
They beamed and glowed the whole ceremony through, content in their love.
The newly formed marriage was sealed with a kiss.
Venue: Chase Court
This is our 33rd same-sex wedding at Chase Court, and we couldn’t be more proud. Our commitment to LGBTQ weddings is strong and long-held. We welcome and affirm couples of every spirituality and sexuality.
Small “elopement” wedding ceremonies can be just as memorable and romantic as big weddings, sometimes even more so. The Chase Court elopement packages made it easy to do. You can have as many details as you like included – officiant, photography, flowers, and musicians, to name a few – and your ceremony is always custom-written for you. It makes for a beautiful ceremony in a beautiful space, and a great alternative to a courthouse wedding.
This wedding is a great example of how you can have a wedding for six to 45 guests customized the way you want – with nothing that you don’t want – without spending tens of thousands of dollars. One of the joys of using our elopement packages is that we take the stress out of planning your wedding. You decide how much or how little you want us to do, and we make it happen, just the way you like. Simple and easy, even on a rainy day.