A few weekends ago, I made my way to Rehoboth Beach to photograph the elopement of Kitty and Jeff on Cape Henlopen. I’ve known Kitty and her family my entire life due to her mom being BFF’s with my Aunt, but I hadn’t seen her in years. She and Jeff reached out about having me photograph their wedding and I am so thrilled I was able to be a part of their low-key Delaware beach elopement.
Not only were Kitty and Jeff a delight to work with, but Cape Henlopen proved to be an incredible location for the most quaint and beautifully understated ceremony I’ve photographed. With just the ocean waves crashing behind us, the sun setting after an overcast day, and a beautiful arbor, Kitty walked down the beach with her father, towards Jeff who was just beaming!
All the guests stood and watched the ceremony, which was officiated by my favorite Uncle Tony, and there was a lot of laughter and fun moments. At the end, everyone cheered and celebrated while Kitty and Jeff strolled towards the dunes! We took a few photos before the sun set and then everyone went back to celebrate this Delaware beach wedding at an awesome twinkly light-lit beach house backyard.
Kitty and Jeff made a point to include their hobby of fishing in their wedding – with fishing lures as an addition to the boutonnieres and bouquets, fishing lures on his wedding band, and a neat coaster with a cool fish design on it as a favor for guests!
Back at the beach house, Jeff’s friends were playing the perfect acoustic tunes for the setting, the bridal party gave awesome speeches, the food was spectacular (shout out to Plate Catering), and everyone just seemed to be having such a good time. The cake was cut, laughs were shared, and a bottle of wine was had on a rooftop to end the evening.
Wishing all the best to Kitty & Jeff – enjoy this snippet of images from their Rehoboth Beach elopement!