Let's Elope!

I get it: planning a full blown wedding is just not for everyone. While dreaming of a simple day, you know that eloping doesn't mean you have to give up great wedding details, like a gorgeous gown or full, blooming bouquet.

Most importantly, you understand that eloping makes having great photos all that more important because no one will witness you say "I do."

 You need an elopement photography package that is as simple and elegant as you.

Nashville Elopement Photography Package

  • Two hours of fine art film elopement photography
  • USB with digital images + print release
  • Matted folio album with 12 fine art 8x10 prints
  • $1900 + tax
We had been on the fence about having photos taken of our elopement, but from the moment we met Jenna to the day we received the photos we knew we had made the right decision. In fact Jenna was the best decision we made for our wedding day!
— Angela
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Working with Jenna

Most of my clients (even the guys) say their favorite thing about working with me is just how easy it all is. I know you're busy, so I try to make the whole process as simple as possible.

When it's time for you to get in front of the camera, I'm really great at giving direction, so you'll never feel awkward or not know what to do with your hands. My goal is to let you focus on what's most important: celebrating your intimate ceremony with stunning photos.


What is considered an elopement?

In the past, "to elope" meant to grab your beloved by the hand, run as fast as you could to the nearest justice of the peace, and tie the knot on a whim. These days, an "elopement" wedding means something a little different. Basically, it's a micro wedding, often planned anywhere from a few weeks to many months in advance. To qualify as an elopement, your wedding must have fewer than 20 total people present, including you. Typically, elopements also take place on any day of the week except Saturdays.