Although an elopement has fewer moving parts than a large wedding, there’s still some planning to do.
The elopement likely requires an official ceremony, so you need for sure to arrange for the paperwork, witnesses and an interpreter.
It’s nice to have someone supporting you overcoming the language barrier, while selecting the venue for your ceremony, accommodation and local vendors (beauty, photo, decoration, music, transportation …).
All of this will save you time and stress and, at the end, also money.
Since I started, I’ve been organizing several elopements. Based on that experience, I create a dedicated package, including the checklist, for your elopement.