Modern Courthouse Elopement

Bride in a lacy white dress holding her orange bouquet and groom in a red suit sitting on a bench surrounded by 1940s marble architecture during their courthouse elopement.

Modern Courthouse Elopement | Mr + Mrs Spinner

Daina and Noah’s modern courthouse elopement proves that no matter how big or small your wedding day, as long as you’re up for an adventure, your photos will be anything but boring. These two are the definition of sometimes you just can’t wait. They are planning a big party for this September at Camp Elsewhere, but really wanted to just be married already and invited me along for the ride!

We met at the courthouse in Appleton on a chilly March afternoon. It had snowed the night before and, in true Wisconsin fashion, Mother Nature served us up some gnarly wind and a cold front to celebrate Daina and Noah’s special day.

In lieu of freezing in the elements, we adventured through the courthouse after their small ceremony and found some awesome marble from the 1940s in the oldest part of the courthouse! Dainas grandma used to work for the county clerk’s office, and they also showed me where her old office was on our little adventure. When Noah grabbed Dainas hand and smiled at her in that way that makes you believe in can’t eat, can’t sleep, reach for the stars, over the fence, World Series kind of love (Name that movie and you get brownie points from me!), I knew that these photos were going to be so so special.

And can I get a big heck yes for Noah’s red suit? Totally digging the pops of color for wedding season this year!

You may recognize Daina as the co-host of The Wake Up Call on 106.5 out of Stevens Point! You can listen to her morning show with Big Red right here.

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