How much does it cost to elope in Oregon?

On average, an Oregon elopement costs an average baseline of $10,000, including the wedding dress and suit, bouquet, photographer and marriage license.

How much money do you need to elope?

The cost of eloping While there is no set cost to elope, most couples spend $5,000-$15,000, far less than the national average of $33,000 for a traditional wedding. Eloping couples tend to cut out the things they don’t care about, and perhaps pay a little more for the things they do.

How can I legally elope in Oregon?

Making an elopement legal in Oregon has a few requirements. You will need an officiant, marriage license, and two witnesses over the age of 18 who are not the officiant or one of the partners. Having the two of us as photographers, we also double as witnesses!

Where can I elope in Oregon?

Where to Elope in Oregon

  • Oregon Waterfalls.
  • Timberline Lodge.
  • Rowena Crest.
  • Cannon Beach.
  • Ecola State Park / Indian Beach.
  • Lincoln City.
  • Crater Lake.
  • Sparks Lake.

Do I need an elopement planner?

While an elopement is quite different from a larger, bigger affair, there is still absolutely a need for a planner! Elopements can be just the couple or include close family and friends. Some couples choose to have a first look, first dance, meal, photos, activities, cake – all the things.

Can you elope and have a wedding later?

You don’t have to wait to get married One of the best reasons to elope now and party later is that you don’t have to wait. You’ll have a smaller ceremony, following all local rules for health and safety, but you will be able to get legally married. This is perfect for couples who don’t want to wait.

Can I elope anywhere?

Where can I elope in California? You can elope anywhere in California. The best places to elope in California include Yosemite National Park, Big Sur, and Joshua Tree National Park.

When is the best time to do an elopement in Oregon?

Bend / Eastern Oregon has a completely different climate and can work all year-round for elopements since it gets much less rain than in the west. May – September tend to be the warmest, driest months of the year and the best fit for most elopements. Featured Elopements…

What to do in Washington Park for an elopement?

For seemingly everything under the sun, Washington Park is a culturally diverse and interesting location for an elopement. Here, you’ll find gardens with picnic spots, museums, sports grounds, a zoo, and a forest, and can enjoy a day to remember with the ones you love and exceedingly gorgeous flowers and landscapes.

Where did Kelsey and Braxton make their elopement?

Kelsey + Braxton choose Hug Point for their elopement location, and for good reason. This Oregon Coast location not only has ocean views, but a beach front waterfall, caves, and amazing sandstone cliffs. Taylor + Gabriel’s adventurous elopement at Cape Kiwanda.