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As seen in this gorgeous luxe pastel elopement inspiration from Tammy’s Table, you don’t have to choose an exotic location to make your elopement memorable and beautiful. There are plenty of elegant and romantic venues not far from Houston where you can feel transported to a whole new world, like the Moody Mansion in Galveston! Tamarah picked this historic homestead as the locale for a charming elopement shoot and we’re absolutely loving the romantic feel! Soft pastels against the mansion’s bolder backdrop create contrast and structure, while the dainty details like the simple watercolor cake and blush blooms make a statement all their own. Tamarah incorporated touches of gold throughout for a regal, elevated feel, including the rose gold ring, gold tableware and gorgeous gold calligraphy on the love letter. From the ethereal, flowing gown to the romantic tablescape, we’re loving every aspect of this luxe pastel elopement with old world charm!

Photos // Youri Claessens Photography

From the planner: “As romantic as it sounds, you do not have to run away to Vegas in the middle of the night and be married by an Elvis impersonator. Eloping can be tasteful, meaningful and executed in a loving fashion. Find a location that sets the tone of your big day. For this styled shoot, I picked Moody Mansion in Galveston, Texas. This historic venue is full of old world romantic charm and the perfect place for a private and intimate elopement. Make your elopement feel traditional by incorporating some traditional bridal images. It can bring a familiar wedding feel to your elopement! Talk with your photographer to make sure they help you capture these intimate details such as your ring, your shoes, the cake and dress details!┬áRemember what it’s all about: capturing the pure moments of the two of you on this special day!”

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TAGS: Destination, Romantic, Mansion, Fall, Spring, Summer, Galveston, Elopement
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