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Wedding & Elopement Photography
Artistic, Documentary-Style Wedding Photography: Delaware and Beyond
So your photography shouldn't be, either.
Enter Still Poetry Photography:
a Delaware story-telling company that specializes in non-traditional marriages.
Ceremony followed by a portrait session in a historic clocktower?
Say no more!
Adventure elopements on the beach?
You got it.
Huge traditional wedding with non-traditional brides?
Let's do this!
Charming wedding in the countryside with friends and family?
Two grooms, a state park, and a brewery reception?
We love it!
Walima after the private ceremony?
We have you covered.
Elegant elopement with Colorado mountains as the backdrop?
Our bags are packed!
Intimate, low-key elopement featuring the couple's cats?
More weddings should have cats!
Fairytale farm wedding with horse-drawn carriages?
Who needs Disney?
Intimate wedding in the woods?
Sunset wedding on the sand with only close friends?
We've got formal flip flops on.
Elegant elopement in a rustic cottage surrounded by gardens?
Let's make some magic.
With Still Poetry Photography, your wedding photos are more than images.
They're timeless keepsakes of your very first adventure together as a married couple.
Still in the planning stages? Overwhelmed by your options?
Let Still Poetry Photography plan your non-traditional wedding for you.
We firmly believe that your wedding day should be just as unique as you are. Don't go with the hotel banquet hall that fits 150 people simply because you feel like you have to. You have options. You have full creative control.
Let your wedding day tell the story of your love.
And let this wife and husband team craft the narrative with our unique approach to art.
We know a thing or two about unique weddings.
Because we had one.
We were just like you. We planned the big wedding, went with a beautiful venue, and were prepared to blow most of our budget on feeding our guests.
And then COVID happened.
The world stopped still in March 2020 (which just so happened to be the weekend of my bachelorette party), so we almost immediately pulled the plug on our May wedding. My aunt had just had a double lung transplant, and grandparents on both sides were high risk or immunocompromised. Safety was our #1 priority.
But then I realized, I had a huge weight lifted off my shoulders. I realized that as our wedding date passed, I was sad that I wasn't married to my partner. But I was also sort of happy that I didn't have to put on the performance for 100 people.
We got to November, and we decided that we were sick of not being married to each other anymore. We decided that we were going to plan a microwedding for December.
Two days after Christmas, our families came together (after everyone got negative tests back) to put on the most special wedding I had ever been a part of. My sister had quickly got ordained and married us, my other sister played me down the aisle (i.e. my parents' living room), my grandmothers threw flowers as I walked past, our fathers read historical love letters aloud, and our mothers lit unity candles.
And of course, Winston brought the rings and laid on my dress the whole time.
The best part? We stopped by my aunt's too surprise her. She still got to be a part of our day.
This is what we pulled together in a month while the world was shut down.
Imagine what we could do for you and your beloved.
What We Offer:
Artistic, true to color, documentary-style photography
Non-traditional wedding planning
Want it all? Talk to us about our all-inclusive elopement packages that cover the venue, catering, photography, videography, planning, coordinating, officiating, and more.
Want to know the best part?
Every vendor is woman-owned.
The story of your love doesn't start with your wedding day.
Let us tell another chapter.
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