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Chelsea + Scott

Elopements are so much fun, filled with joy and just the perfect intimate amount of friends and family!

Chelsea and Scott met when Chelsea joined her mom at a work holiday party. Scott, who normally does not attend work events, happened to attend this one. It must have been fate for the two of them to meet.

They took their relationship slow and steady, taking time to get to know each other and each others family’s. When they started talking about future plans together, they couldn’t see planning life without the other one. One sunny, snowy day on a hike at their family cabin, Scott proposed.

Chelsea dreamed of a wedding that was simple, easy and small. That’s exactly what she created for her big day. Their family had already planned a ski trip in Bend so she thought it would be a great place to get married and a great date to do it with only close family around.

The day of the wedding was a warm winter Bend day. They could not have asked for better weather in February. With the family gathered around, we just had to wait for the judge. There is always 1 thing that goes wrong at a wedding, even in an elopement. This was it. The judge forgot.

It ended up being totally fine, though. Scott’s sister in-law called the judge up and he raced down the road on his bike. He was great and made everyone laugh, but most importantly was there to officiate the wedding.

“Marriage means forever and a united front for future kids” – Chelsea

Chelsea and Scott,

Thank you for letting me be part of your day! You guys are so kind and fun to be around. I hope you have the best marriage ever. I can’t wait to see your future kids!

– Kellianne

Chelsea’s gorgeous red wedding dress was found at Lulus.

I’ve never seen a bride pin the boutonniere on the groom before. So modern!

Chelsea had a family member create this gorgeous pin for her hair.

Could you tell what formal book the judge used during the ceremony? It’s the Hitchhiker’s Guide! 42!

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