Lily and Kirk’s Low-Key Elopement in Margaret River
Lily and Kirk knew exactly what they wanted for their wedding day: a simple, intimate ceremony with just the two of them, and they found the perfect place to do it: the sea cliffs of Wilyabrup in Margaret River.
The couple were engaged in April last year at the Deep Creek Conservation Park in South Australia. Soon after they started planning their small, private elopement.
They chose Margaret River for its stunning natural beauty, its laid-back atmosphere. The sound of the waves crashing below them was to be their sound track.
The couple exchanged vows in a simple ceremony, and then enjoyed a romantic dinner for two at a local restaurant. It was the perfect day for two people who simply wanted to celebrate their love for each other.
Here are a few tips from Lily and Kirk for couples planning their own elopement:
Do your research: There are a lot of different factors to consider when planning an elopement, so it’s important to do your research and find the right location and vendors for your needs.
Be flexible: Things don’t always go according to plan, so it’s important to be flexible and go with the flow on your wedding day.
Enjoy the moment: An elopement is a great opportunity to focus on your relationship and to celebrate your love for each other. Soak up every moment and make the most of it!
Lily and Kirk’s elopement was a beautiful and intimate affair. It was the perfect way for them to celebrate their love for each other. If you’re thinking about eloping, I highly recommend checking out Margaret River as a potential location. It’s a stunning place to get married, and the people there are incredibly friendly and welcoming.