Feel Like Family Has You In Wedding Jail?
Where traditional weddings often come part and parcel with loads of stress, an elopement can offer limitless opportunities for fun and adventure! Couples, who are paying for their own wedding, site that romance, and private time, are several of the major reasons why they chose to elope to Palm Springs or anywhere else in the world.
Leave the Stress Behind and Enjoy Your Special Day
The number of couples who choose elopement packages over the big traditional wedding increases every year. To accommodate these adventuresome couples, Joyful Weddings & Events has assembled a group of small wedding elopement vendors who cater to couples who choose to elope.
These vendors include photographers who will capture your intimate elopement, florists who can make magical bouquets to enhance your pictures, officiants who specialize in intimate ceremonies and are marriage licensing experts, as well as every manor of solo musician from violinists to bag pipers. The skies the limit and includes nuptials performed at 2,000 feet in a hot air balloon.
Whether couples choose Palm Springs, Palm Desert, Joshua Tree, Indian Wells, Rancho Mirage or a destination elopement, hiring a local elopement planning specialist is the stress-free way to go. Call Joyful Weddings & Events today and order a customized package that fits your needs to a tee. 760-636-3564
Small Elopement Packages
Avoiding Debt From the Start of Your Marriage
The average traditional wedding carries a $25,000 price tag. It is estimated that 46% of newlyweds start their new life together with the weight of a hefty debt on their shoulders. With all-inclusive elopement packages in Palm Springs, La Quinta, Joshua Tree, Indian Wells, or Palm Desert averaging around $2,500, it’s no wonder eloping is the hottest alternative to a traditional wedding!
In an ongoing poll taken by WhereToElope.com, the top 3 reasons for eloping include:
1. 72.82% said saving money on the cost of the wedding
2. 58.85% said to have fun and enjoy their ceremony
3. 48.38% said to avoid family politics