Handmade Elopment Film

Instead of a big wedding, Jody and Bill eloped. They decided that a big wedding was not for them, instead their families joined them at their small elopement. Twelve people total at a B&B in Burlington, Vermont. They had a traditional Jewish ceremony followed by an intimate dinner. For them, it was the ideal wedding. They didn’t tell most of their friends, instead they sent out this announcement the day after the ceremony. Jody cut construction paper to make a stop-action video (taking about a hundred photos on her smartphone!) Super fun and cute we had to share.

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  1. oh my gosh. this might be the cutest thing i’ve seen!

  2. 0. @weddingchicks says:

    Super cute Handmade Elopment Film made by the bride and groom. (: http://t.co/DSJ4Qtaw

  3. 0. @OrchestratedSS says:

    RT @weddingchicks: Super cute Handmade Elopment Film made by the bride and groom. (: http://t.co/DSJ4Qtaw

  4. 0. @TheCenterCincy says:

    Cute! Handmade Elopment Film http://t.co/DY0XifPR via @po_st

  5. 0. @deNoceFerrer says:

    RT @weddingchicks: Super cute Handmade Elopment Film made by the bride and groom. (: http://t.co/DSJ4Qtaw

  6. 0. @GroomChap says:

    Cute! RT @weddingchicks: Super cute Handmade Elopment Film made by the bride and groom. (: http://t.co/9m8QZyBQ

  7. 0. @WedWeekly says:

    Love this Elopment Film!! So Sweet!! http://t.co/NMbiBQzE @WeddingChicks #WW_Video

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