Frequently Asked Questions
What flower arrangements are available?
Our florist will design with seasonal flowers and foliage in your selected color palette and style. Our essentials package includes the selection of the following options:
- One standard bridal bouquet & one boutonniere
- Two medium bouquets
- Two boutonnieres & one medium case arrangement
- Two corsages & one medium vase arrangement
When will I receive my photos? How many will I get?
You will receive your photos within three weeks of your elopement date. This will include all of the edited, high resolution images with printing rights in a downloadable online gallery. Each elopement is unique so we cannot guarantee a specific number of photos but we’ve never had anyone complain of not receiving enough!
Will you provide flowers and photo coverage for my processional and/or wedding party?
While this service is not covered in our essentials package, this may be arranged separately depending on availability.
Do you perform same-sex ceremonies?
Of course! We pride ourselves in providing unique and amazing elopement experiences for LGBTQ couples
What do I need to do to be married in Portland?
You must obtain a marriage license in person in advance of the ceremony. The rate is typically $60, with an additional $5 fee to waive the three-day waiting period. Please see additional information on details and fees: https://multco.us/recording/marriage-licenses
What happens if my date moves?
Please contact us to discuss setting up a new date and retainer. Retainers and date reservations are not transferrable.
How do we communicate?
Once we receive an inquiry form, basic details may be communicated by email. We may also accommodate phone, Skype and Facetime meetings to ensure your needs are fully understood and met. Due to time constraints, we do not include face-to-face meetings with the essentials package.
What days of the week are you available for elopements?
Typically Monday-Thursday. Please inquire for other days as availability beyond weekdays may be limited during peak seasons.