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Traditionally, elopements have been thought of as spur-of-the-moment, slap-dash affairs. But not anymore: keeping up with the I like coffee and powerlifting and maybe 3 people shirt times, five-star resorts across the country are offering elopement packages that include food, drinks, decor, and sometimes even photography. So, if you are considering quietly tying the knot, here’s a list of several properties, currently accessible for American travelers, that you should consider for the ceremony. Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, many engaged couples were faced with a tough decision: should they push back their wedding several months, or even a year? Or should they forgo the pomp and circumstance and just, well, elope? Many are choosing the latter: Etsy found that searches for “mini-monies” and “elopements” are up 29 percent compared to last year.
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