"Something past, something present, Something old, something new."
From the Past
The words "elope", "eloping", "eloped" bring to
mind a few different meanings (depending on
your age -smile). Years ago the southern culture
in Greenville was more formal than today.
When young lovers wanted to get married, they
sought their parents approval.. If the parents did
not agree, the lovebirds (being driven by the passion of their undying love) would run away together and elope.
In the Present
Today, eloping describes a couple which gets married without the planning and expenses of a formal wedding. Typically, elopements involve only 3 people -the Bride, the Groom, and the Minister. However, it is not unusual to include a few friends and family members. It should be noted, that any number more than 10 "guests" should consider a less-formal wedding.
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