• list of things to do for a wedding

  • moodboard compilation, finding inspiration, brainstorming

  • choosing the right suppliers

  • reviewing contracts (particularly important in the current pandemic situation)

  • financial tracking, budget monitoring

  • liaising with the venue, the service team and in many cases with family and bridesmaids

  • wedding schedule planning

  • on-site management

After contacting us, we will always have a meeting in person or online to get to know each other a little better and discuss your ideas for your wedding. We will then prepare a personalised proposal for you with several possible options. If you decide that you would like to organise your big day with us, a second round of personal consultation will take place, at which point we will sign a contract. This second session is a bigger, longer meeting where we will go through every detail of your wedding. By this time we will have prepared several moodboards for you, which will also help us to get closer to your ideas. After that, we’ll do the venue visits, choose suppliers, write the wedding schedule and fine tune the rest of the details. And on the big day, we’ll be the first at the venue to make sure everything is perfect!

The elopement type of wedding is not yet a very common form of marriage in this country. The couple, alone or in a very small group (so-called micro weddings, up to 10-12 people), take their vows in a civil, religious or symbolic ceremony, usually in a remote, rural location where they can prepare in peace. Some of the elements seen at classic weddings are still present here, such as the wedding dress, rings, bouquet and vows, although there are some elements that are more distracting than intimate for many couples – elopements give a great option to skip these ones. The wedding is often accompanied by a picnic, lunch or dinner.

There are several possibilities. You can have an elopement instead of a traditional wedding, or you can have one in addition to it. It can be held on your wedding anniversary or any time you feel you want to reaffirm your wedding vows. You can also have an elopement wedding if you don’t want a formal, registered wedding but just want to say your vows to each other. The latter is called a symbolic ceremony.

We have created different packages, the contents of which you can find in the description of the exact offer. All of them are customisable to a certain extent, which varies from package to package.

As with classic weddings, it’s difficult to give a specific figure. Overall, an elopement wedding can be organised for a fraction of the budget of a traditional wedding.

If you don’t want a civil ceremony then a couple of days may be sufficient, depending on our current capacity. If it is a civil wedding, the registrar can only set a date for the wedding for 30 days after the date on which the marriage was announced. In certain cases, the registrar may grant an exemption from this deadline.

The spouses must declare their intention to marry together in person.

Documents required:
– the type of document used to prove identity (identity card, passport, driving licence, other), the document identifier, the name of the issuing authority and its expiry date,
– birth certificate, if the spouse is a foreigner and the place of birth is abroad (name of issuing authority, current number),
– number of the official identity and residence card,
– proof of marital status (name of the document and issuing authority),
– marriage licence, exemption, certificate number, name of issuing authority, expiry date,
– type, number, name of the issuing authority, date of validity of the document, certificate or document proving nationality,
– the refugee status of the bride or groom, an extramarital marriage, or the imminent death of one of the parties may be exempted from the 30-day waiting period.

After being warned of the consequences of non-disclosure of impediments to marriage, the bride and groom announce that they wish to marry each other and that, to the best of their knowledge, there is no legal impediment to their marriage. Foreign documents must be presented certified and accompanied by a certified Hungarian translation.

For a civil ceremony you will need 2 witnesses. If you need, of course we can help you with this too. For a symbolic ceremony, it is enough if only the two of you are present.

Sure! The elopement type of wedding focuses on the couple, but that doesn’t mean you can’t share the day with others and have family and friends elope with you. However, to keep it intimate, we recommend that no more than 10-12 people are present.

The right location is perhaps the most important element of an elopement ceremony, and because of the small number of participants, it can be practically anywhere you dream of, even in your own backyard. Many people prefer deserted ruins, small chapels in the countryside, deep in the woods, but there have been couples who have had the ceremony in a delicatessen where they had fallen in love, and then hold a picnic nearby. Despite our best efforts to find the most suitable venue, please note that in many cases a site licence may be required, which may not be obtained despite our best efforts. In such cases we will of course help you with alternative solutions. We always have a plan B!