Natasha and Adrian had an ultra-modern elopement with a vintage-inspired twist.
Natasha and Adrian eloped at the Melbourne Marriage Registry instead of having a big wedding - this gorgeous inner city elopement isn't to be missed with so many candid moments.
Natasha wore a tea-length dress. Adrian wore a blue velvet suit.
Eloping at the Old Treasury Building is a good option for couples who want to get married quickly and quietly, without the fuss and expense of a traditional wedding. The registry is a government office that handles the legal requirements of getting married, such as the issuance of a marriage certificate.
Eloping at the registry may be particularly appealing to couples who want to keep their wedding simple and intimate, or who may not have the time or resources to plan a larger wedding. It can also be a good option for couples who want to get married abroad, as many countries recognize marriages performed at the registry.
I love that these two have normalized elopements and broke the rules. It's a convenient and straightforward way to get married, and it allows couples to focus on what's most important to them on their special day. I hope this will inspire you to do the same. I think it's time to completely strip down the meaning of what a wedding actually is and focus on something more sentimental.
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