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An elopement wedding refers to two people getting married and celebrating with just themselves (or a small number of guests) in a simple, relaxed setting.

An elopement ceremony can include the couple's closest family or friends. However, in many cases, the elopement party is made up of the couple, the officiant, and the photographer, who is usually the witness. There's no reason no one can attend, but the guest list is much more casual than what is expected at a wedding.

How does an elopement wedding differ from a traditional wedding?

- Elopement weddings don't need a proper venue.

- It can be accomplished in a much shorter timeframe

- The ceremony is simple and easy

- Unbeatable price

- It's not necessary to invite many guests

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