If you're thinking about eloping at a local courthouse, adventurous getaway, or low-key spot, you’re likely only focusing on the details that matter most. Throw away the generic elopement script template and make your ceremony and vows meaningful.
You don’t need a random county clerk, destination officiant, or a cookie cutter script for an elopement. Have your dream, intimate ceremony officiated by someone you actually want in your photos.
Choose Your Officiant
Other than your partner (and 1-2 witnesses), your officiant may be the only person there on your special day. Even at a courthouse wedding, you can still have a loved one officiate (or a county clerk read your perfect script).
Get The Essentials
No matter if this is your big day or a step before a bigger weekend, set a budget, choose a location, select vendors, pick your outfit, bring your rings, write your vows, and help your officiant make your special day hyper-personalized.
Make It Official
Every state (and county!) can have different laws, so research what’s needed to get a marriage license wherever you’re getting married. Many couples handle the paperwork locally so they don’t have to do deal with any headaches internationally.
With Provenance’s help, my (now-) wife and I didn’t have to start from scratch with our officiant. The platform provided us with a variety of options that helped us build a ceremony that was uniquely designed for us. And it paid off. The day and our ceremony was perfect in every way
How We Can Help
Our tool allows you, your partner, and/or your officiant to craft a script that meets the moment, focusing on your love story, why you’re there, and your future together.
I really wanted to get married at the park where my parents got married, but it wasn’t somewhere we could have our full ceremony. So we eloped! I wore a dress that had part of my mom's wedding dress in it and I asked my childhood best friend who also knew my family - to be our officiant. We used Provenance to help write the ceremony script in order to keep it short and incorporate some of the rituals that were important to us. It ended up being such a great ceremony!