Banana Stand Elopement on Super 8mm

This elopement was documented with analog cameras on Super 8mm film.

Alex & Rorke’s Banana Stand elopement was such a highlight for us this year. Their email to us was the best last minute surprise. They planned their elopement in just about a week and it came together so serendipitously. They locked in the perfect venue at The Banana Stand studio, located in the heart of downtown and got a perfect overcast winter day. They were joined by 4 friends and kept things incredibly simple & easy. Some portraits in the city, some vows, a lot of champagne at Deadline and a private dinner to top off the night. The next day they were off to Ohio to celebrate their elopement with friends and family. Documenting this elopement was so much fun. It always feels that much more important when documenting these elopements to capture every little detail because so many people will be relying on them to experience the day as if they were there!

If you want to see more of Pioneer Square, check out:

Pioneer Square Engagement Session

City Portraits in Downtown Seattle

This elopement was documented on Super 8mm film.

To see more films documented on Super 8mm check out:

Melrose Market Home-Video Wedding

Mount Rainier Elopement

If you like this elopement at The Banana Stand studio and you’re looking for a unique space for your elopement, Peerspace is a great resource. If you’re looking for a space like this to host your elopement – be sure to communicate to the owner that you will be holding a short ceremony there! They will appreciate the heads up and will likely work with you to make it goes smoothly!

Here are a few of our favorites studio spaces in Seattle for a small elopement:

Eclectic + Colorful Lifestyle Studio Space

Designers Historic Loft in Pioneer Square

Creative Content + Photo Studio

International District Daylight + Commercial Photo Studio