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        Elopement weddings have become a different and unique option that more and more couples are choosing to celebrate their wedding in an unforgettable way. In this post, we detail the elopement wedding in Cadaqués that I had the great pleasure to photograph.
        The term elopement began to be used in England on the XVIIth century to refer to something very common that did the couples at this time: they eloped from their houses to get married. Nowadays, many couples have recovered the term elopement wedding, in order to celebrate their wedding only with the bride and the groom.
        A good example was Carla and Sergio’s wedding, the couple that illustrates the elopement wedding in Cadaqués in this article. They decided not to celebrate their wedding in a traditional way, with lots of guests, and opted for an elopement wedding. The place chosen for it? The wonderful environment of Cap de Creus, at Costa Brava.
        Carla and Sergio perfectly recovered the essence of an elopement wedding, celebrating their wedding in an intimate, minimalist way and in a very special setting for the bride and groom.

        Magic, sun and salt in Cadaqués

        The day began with Carla and Sergio in a Mehari car with which we went to the most rugged mountains of Cap de Creus to arrive just at sunrise. Once there, my mission as a wedding photographer was to capture the bride and groom walking quietly through the area, surrounded by mysticism and magic.

        Then, the best moment of the wedding: the vows’ and rings’ exchange, sailing on a menorquina, a classical boat from Cadaqués that the bride and groom had rented in Port Lligat. Finally, I photographed Carla and Sergio by the sea, the essence of Cap de Creus; with nothing and no one else.

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