Maria and Rami decided on an Asheville, NC courthouse elopement. COVID-19 canceled their original wedding plans just as it has for lots of our other couples. They had their hearts set on an October wedding date and eloping helped them make that possible.
Maria reached out to me with their law school love story and I immediately knew we were a perfect fit. Part of my job is knowing I have a connection with my clients before they book with me. In fact, it’s one of my favorite parts. Having a special relationship with my brides and grooms means an easy, fun experience.
Downtown Asheville is a really awesome spot for elopement photos. If you are having an Asheville, NC courthouse elopement, there are all kinds of options right within walking distance. My personal favorite is the parking garage directly across the road. It’s our secret go-to spot- overlooking the city. But the twist is that it has a gorgeous mountain view as well. Two for one win!
We do a lot of our sessions there for a good reason. If you are wanting a more modern, city vibe for your images it’s our first suggestion. It’s also extremely convenient to tie the knot at the magistrate’s office and cross the street for a more editorial look.
Buncombe County Courthouse Elopement
in Asheville, NC
The Buncombe County courthouse is our favorite city hall of all time. The actual magistrate’s office is just a regular courtroom style space with nothing too fancy. But the “lobby” is incredible. For instance, it’s vintage red and gold decor makes you feel like you are in the Roaring ’20s in real-time. Not to mention it’s marble staircases and pillars. Built in 1928, it’s infamously known as one of North Carolina’s well-known city halls.
All in all, it’s nice to know you can exchange vows in such a historically beautiful spot.