Clay and Grace’s elopement was held at the oh-so-beautiful and modern Rooftop 220 in Tampa. Attended only by their closest family members (and adorable son Rowan), they began life as husband and wife on a sunny June morning.
Eloping can save couples LOADS of stress and time… it is THE biggest perk, in our opinion. But it’s also the perfect time to focus on what matters to you – killer dress, gorgeous bouquet, intimate vows, beautiful photos… Whatever you want to splurge on, you usually can when you don’t have a large guest list to worry about.
Clay and Grace’s wedding was attended by their parents, siblings and son only. It was a beautiful morning in early June and about as “big” of an elopement as most couples want. Cake, champagne and stunning views from Rooftop 220!
Grace’s look was a vibe- She paired her beachy waves with a white long-sleeve faux wrap dress, peep-toe sandals with an organza bow and white bouquet with sprigs of blue. And her fingertop length veil? Complete perfection! She looked every bit the modern, casual but not casual, elegant bride! Clay’s black suit and bowtie completed the look wonderfully! And of course, Rowan was as adorable as he could be, especially with his little blue and white shoes!
Tampa Wedding Vendors
Officiant: Pastor Chris Thomas, IG: @tampabaysensationalceremonies
Photographer:* Mariah Lacy Photography, IG: @mariahlacyphoto
Coordinator & Permit: *Catie & Samantha w/ Elope Tampa Bay, IG: @elopetampabay
Venue:* Armature Works Rooftop 220, IG: @armatureworksevents @armatureworks_Tampa
Floral: *Northside Florist, IG: @northsideflorist
Pastry Chef/Cake:* Alessi Bakery, IG: @alessibakery
IG Handles:* @gracemckinley