When Alyssa and Brandon found out they were expecting their first child, they decided to bring forward their wedding plans and do things a little differently. They hired the team at Elope Brisbane to create a memorable Love Adventure just for the two of them.

After a morning of pampering with the girls at Hollywood Brides, Alyssa was picked up by her fiance Brandon and they were both chauffeured by Steve from Kandid Kombi to their couple’s photo shoot.

Photographer Romana Saeheng Photography and Graphic Design took some fun shots in front of the murals at The Nurso and the couple chose a plant to nurture along with their growing family. What a lovely keepsake! Next stop was the lavender fields at Sirromet Wines for more photos, and a chance to check in to their glamping accommodation at Sanctuary By Sirromet.

After a quick change into their wedding attire, Steve transported the couple to a surprise location for their intimate wedding ceremony – the hobby farm Cotton Corner at Mount Cotton.

The afternoon was quiet and cloudy, and Brandon and Alyssa exchanged their wedding vows without fuss or fanfare in an intimate elopement with celebrant Cheryl Landsberry – Marriage Celebrant. Videographer Dan Hodgson Freelance captured footage to share with family and friends at the reveal party. Steve from Kandid Kombi and photographer Romana Saeheng Photography and Graphic Design acted as witnesses. Alyssa carried a bouquet from Little Miss Flower Shoppe.

Alyssa and Brandon enjoyed a celebratory sip of champagne and a snack platter provided by Elope Brisbane after their wedding photos, then were transported back to their honeymoon accommodation at Sanctuary By Sirromet who also provided a breakfast hamper.

What an awesome and relaxing (and affordable) way to do your Brisbane elopement your own way. You can have your cake, and eat it too! (Mini couple’s cake baked by Cakes by Simone).

Contact the team at Elope Brisbane to organise your Love Adventure elopement in Brisbane