A Pop-Up Wedding : RUNAWAY with Me

There’s something magical about getting eloped. Just you and your fiancé making that commitment to one another to always love and cherish. Like any other big wedding it is just as beautiful. Are you torn between having a lovingly hand-crafted dream wedding, and saving some cash (and sanity!) by eloping with your sweetheart? Now you can have both. Sitting in a Tree, Rad + In Love, Yeah! Rentals, Pitbulls and Posies, Bloem Hill, A MIHO experience, and The Hostess Haven are collaborating on one very awesome & memorial experience for you and your hunny – Runaway: A Pop-Up Wedding. Take a peek at their inspiration board…


Here is how it works: They’re offering a pop up wedding venue in place of running away to vegas or city hall with a hand picked cast of the raddest vendors in the wedding world. (Perfect for couples on a budget who wish they could afford all of these rad vendors at once).

They’ll provide: A hand crafted and styled venue, celebratory cocktails and pre ceremony apps, a mini bouquet, photography coverage of your ceremony & a portrait session, a private wedding ceremony with officiant, live music, and downloadable announcements so you can tell everyone what it is you crazy kids have gone and done.

You bring: Yourself and your fiance, a marriage license (vow renewals and same sex unions welcome!), up to 12 of your favorite witnesses, some killer style, and all the love you got.


The whole shindig lasts about an hour and a half, start to finish and will set you back 1200 bones. Ready to sign up? Reach the crew at hello@runawaypopup.com to ask questions and set up your pretty elopement date! Don’t walk. Run.


Need a little inspiration of how others have eloped? Here are a few that we love around the blogsphere


Annie + Jon  /  Photo by Lacie Hansen / found here


Stephanie + AJ  / photo by Jessica Burke / found here


Sam + Dave / photo by Studio 213 Films / found here


Sarah + Lou  /  photo by Max Wanger / found here


Styled Shoot / Photo by Our Labor of Love / found here


styled shoot / photo by Ciara Richardson / found here