Sunny and intimate Boston elopement with surprise live band
Natasha and Nancy’s socially distanced elopement came about after they were nominated to receive a free wedding from a team of vendors and LGBTQ advocates. The couple won this special styled elopement, which took place in Boston’s Franklin Park.
While they didn’t have a band or first dance song picked out, a local band called Devil Love happened to be shooting a video for their new single, “We Can Leave Tonight,” nearby. The band invited Nancy and Natasha to share their first dance to their song. The couple even got featured in the video!
After the dance, they curled up on their couch with their rescue dog, Moose, ordered takeout, and celebrated their love just the two of them.
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Photographer: Babel Photos; All Pics
Florist: Al Jones Collection
Planner: Once Upon a Vow
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