The Beverly Hills Courthouse is one of my favorite places to shoot gorgeous intimate weddings and this vintage elopement at the Beverly Hills Courthouse was nothing short of that. This adorable couple had only a few family members attend as well as their dear friend who officiated. I truly felt all the vibes. Happy tears as they tied the knot, the vintage inspired attire and their beautiful love for one another that was shown throughout our entire time working together.
One of my favorite parts about this day was the the emerald green suite that the groom chose-literally LOVE! I am so for when grooms try something out of the box and different, I am telling you the different colors turn out so well on the camera. If you are planning an intimate day at the courthouse and don’t want to break the bank with your suit but want something a little different, these suits linked here are seriously so awesome. The colors range from light blue, beige to a very similar green as this groom wore and would be perfect for your special day!
The Beverly Hills Courthouse was such an amazing choice for their vintage day. There are tons of spots at the courthouse that are so unique and beautiful. This turquoise wall is such an awesome location at the Beverly Hills Courthouse. I am always so inspired when shooting here.
If you continue walking around, you will see so many different areas that gives you such variety for your photos- it is a huge courthouse with so many options. Every background is so detailed and different. Loved how we took advantage of so many of them!
Something I always recommend for your courthouse wedding is to 100% say yes to purchasing a bouquet. An awesome florist in the Beverly Hills area is Fire Weed Floral. Real flowers for the win as they photograph so much better. This bride chose a dried bouquet by Magdalena’s Flowers and with their whole vintage vibe, this was an absolute brilliant choice. The bouquet, with the suit and her vintage dress equaled perfection!
We ended their day with some photos of them dancing, something I like to have my couples do to make sure we get those beautiful candid, in the moment details. The sweetest thing about this moment was when the groom actually pulled up their favorite Bruce Springsteen song on his phone and cranked it up so they could actually dance and embrace this special memory-truly such an adorable moment, especially because I am a Bruce Springsteen fan hehe.
It was such a lovely day capturing this vintage elopement at the Beverly Hills Courthouse. It’s always so special to be a part of someones day but even more-so when they it is so intimate.
If you are interested in seeing more inspo from the Beverly Hills Courthouse, check out this blog here!
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