Bride hiking in the woods during her Vermont elopement in vermont state park elopement
Bride in groom in the water during their vermont elopement at Lake Willoughby

Mountain Tops,

City Halls,

Lake side,


Your options are endless when it comes to choosing a location here in Vermont. I feel so lucky to be an elopement photographer in Vermont - we have so many beautiful nooks and crannies.

Have you spent time somewhere that has just spoken to you? Likely you can have your elopement ceremony there!

If you don't know Vermont well but know you'd like to get married here, I'd love to share some of my favorite locations with you. Whether you want to put on some hiking boots, or find a gorgeous pastoral field, we'll find the perfect spot for you.

Bride and groom at their vermont elopement in the woods

Choose a Date and Location


This may be the trickiest part about eloping in Vermont. There are endless gorgeous locations to share vows. Scroll down for a list of some of my favorite spots.

GET your marriage license


If you're coming from out of town, you can go to any town clerk to obtain your marriage license. If you live in Vermont, you need to get your marriage license from the town you have residence.



You'll need an officiant to oversee your vows and ceremony, but you're in luck, because I'm an elopement photographer, but also an ordained minister that can sign your marriage license! Generally, most clients will share their vows, exchange rings, seal it with a kiss - and I'll sign it once the formalities are over.