Shane + Keelyn weren’t originally planning to have an elopement at the Beauregard-Keyes House! They booked me for their wedding in January, and it looked a lot different – bigger guest count, church ceremony, and a live band. With all the twists and turns of COVID-19 (not to mention, the complications of them traveling from Denver for their wedding!), many changes were made but one thing remained the same – Shane + Keelyn were determined to get married! Surrounded by 20 of their closest friends and family, they did just that this past October Saturday.
The Beauregard-Keyes House recently underwent a renovation and it is looking absolutely gorgeous!
Shane looked so sharp in his blue suit!
The light in the house is absolutely gorgeous – perfect for getting ready.
I always love watching the parents during the ceremony – and with so few guests, it’s easier than ever!
Keelyn’s bridesmaids surprised the couple with confetti canyons as they walked down the aisle as husband and wife for the first time!
A new must-have in your COVID-19 wedding timeline: a few moments to say hello to everyone watching on Zoom!
Shane’s father passed away recently, and they added to his wedding ring to make an incredibly meaningful and unique band for Shane.
The Nola Dukes band played for some dancing and drinks in the courtyard!
PS – did you like this Beauregard-Keyes House elopement? Check out another one here!