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Downtown Orlando Elopement | Styled Shoot

Updated: Sep 15, 2023

When you think of a great place to elope, does a parking garage ever cross your mind? Probably not. Well, let this session be your sign to consider it! The parking garage in Downtown Orlando is the perfect place for your elopement if you're wanting a more urban and city feel because look at that view! This was a classic summer day in Florida: hot, humid, and rainy. However, by the time the shoot started, the rain was completely done and we were able to stay until just past sunset. I love this session and I'm so proud of these photos!

bride and groom in downtown Orlando elopement

Another way to make your downtown Orlando elopement feel special is by renting a classic car. We rented this amazing car from Cole who has tons of gorgeous, classic cars. Check out his website here!

Couple hugging in downtown Orlando elopement
Couple by classic car in downtown Orlando elopement
Couple in classic car in downtown Orlando elopement
Champagne and disco ball in downtown Orlando elopement
Couple between floral arches in downtown Orlando elopement

This floral archway was perfect for the downtown Orlando elopement! We were obsessed with the color choices and the disco ball! How fun is that!? Check out the florist, Poppy Flower Co. here.

Couple inside in downtown Orlando elopement
Back of car in downtown Orlando elopement
Couple looking at each other in downtown Orlando elopement
Couple popping battle of champagne in downtown Orlando elopement
Couple popping champagne in downtown Orlando elopement
Couple drinking champagne in downtown Orlando elopement

How to pop champagne like a pro at your downtown Orlando elopement:

Photos with the champagne spraying out of the bottle are so iconic! You see it everywhere! Weddings, sports tournaments, graduation parties (college, of course!). Basically, anywhere you find people celebrating something, champagne pops will be there. If you don't normally pop champagne, doing this for a photoshoot may seem scary, since you only have that one shot. But the truth is, you can relax. It's not as scary as it seems. Follow the tips below to properly capture your excitement for your downtown Orlando (really anywhere) elopement!


1. You don't need to buy the most expensive champagne. Whatever champagne you enjoy or see at your local liquor store is up to you! Prices can vary so pick the one that works best for you and your fiancé.

2. Peel off the gold wrapping. You'll likely have to remove the cage as well but hold the cork in place. Your bottle may begin to fizz so make sure to hold the cork in place. PRO TIP: Hold the bottle away from your face and pointing away from you or other living things. The cork could fly off and hurt someone if you aren't paying attention.

3. Slowly twist the cork off. Don't lose the cork as it could be a cute decor piece for later!

4. Put your thumb over the top of the bottle, covering about 50% of the opening. If you aren't in position to spray, now is the time to do so.

5. Pointing the bottle at a 45-degree angle away from you, start to shake the bottle and let the champagne spray!

6. Enjoy!

Couple inside classic car in downtown Orlando elopement
Couple looking into each other eyes in downtown Orlando elopement
Couple about to kiss in downtown Orlando elopement
Couple posing looking at the camera in downtown Orlando elopement
Couple getting close in downtown Orlando elopement

Downtown Orlando Elopement | CintiaAllyPhotography.com


This shoot was styled by some incredible Central Florida vendors, and I was able to meet others involved in the wedding industry! I highly recommend following these other vendors listed below.


Downtown Orlando Elopement Vendors:

Organizer & Creative Design Snaps by Madelin

Organizer & Planner Brooke Assists

Vintage Car Coles Classic Car

Videographer Kairiblue Media

Hair & Makeup LaMoon Beauty Agency

Gowns Styled.Gowns & Showpo

Couple Ashlea Mudd



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