Love shouldn’t wait, and these beautiful couples couldn’t agree more.
While so many wedding plans were canceled this year, nothing was going to stop these couples from sharing their vows.
Nancy Hallman and Chris Partido decided they didn’t want the Coronavirus to affect their wedding date, so they decided on having a smaller scale elopement with only a few close friends and family in attendance.
“We just couldn’t wait for another year,” says Nancy Hallman, “We didn’t want COVID to mess up our original date.”
Another couple, Alex and Maureen Romoff were scheduled to have a large traditional wedding this year, but the pandemic halted these plans. Having to change original wedding plans is something that would normally cause stress and heartbreak, but the Romoffs took these change of plans as a welcoming surprise. After thinking about it further, they decided that a big wedding was not something they even wanted.
“The whole production was not us… We decided to elope since we wanted a balance of romance, intimacy and practicality,” says Maureen Romoff.
Changing a wedding date and a venue is not ever taken lightly. The Piedmont Park Conservancy is honored that these couples chose the Park as their location to get married.
“We come here almost every day, and the Park was initially one of the places that attracted us to the city before committing to move to Atlanta from D.C.”, says Maureen Romoff.
“Everything went smooth…it was perfect. I would do it all over again,” says Nancy Hallman.
Love didn’t have to wait for these couples. A Piedmont Park elopement allows couples to experience a beautiful, intimate ceremony with close friends and family in an iconic, and historic waterfront setting. These perfect, small and special ceremonies are now priceless memories for these two couples, creating a connection to the park forever.
If you are considering an intimate and romantic elopement, check out how you can have your ceremony at Piedmont Park.
Author: Olivia O’Brien