Tie the Knot with an Indiana Elopement

Indiana's Most Romantic Elopement Places & Honeymoon Spots

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Thinking of an elope wedding in Indiana? You’ll have a ceremony that will be everything you imagined, with lots to see and do on your Midwest honeymoon.

Indiana is in the heart of America, and home to the famous Indy 500, vast acres of rich farmland, Indiana Dunes National Park, and the Hoosier National Forest. Newlywed brides & grooms love the scenic travels exploring Amish Country and many quaint, historical towns.

Eloping in Indiana is a great idea – here are some places and ideas for a fun and inexpensive wedding day in the Hoosier State…

A Great Place to Elope in Indiana

This Indiana small wedding package is both romantic and suitable for any eloping couple's budget:

Inn at Aberdeen Bed and Breakfast Wedding Package in Valparaiso, IN, allows you to design your own romantic Indiana elopement. Room rates start at $136 with full breakfast, unlimited snacks and beverages, and evening dessert. Have your ceremony in the library, the solarium, out in the gardens or in the gazebo.

Whatever you need to make your wedding perfect can be arranged: a minister, photographer, music, cake, gift baskets, and even a carriage ride in summer or a sleigh ride in winter. Eloping Location: 3158 South State Rd 2, Valparaiso, Northern Indiana (219-465-3753)

For Your Honeymoon: One of Indiana's Most Romantic B&B's

Whether you choose a wedding location in Northern or Southern Indiana, it's just a short couple hours drive Fortville, central Indiana, and the very romantic Ivy House Bed and Breakfast . It gets amazing reviews from couples, and features luxury bedding and candlelit breakfasts!

Eloping Close to Indiana

Best-Elope-Ideas.com contains additional options for couples wishing to find wedding locations near the state of Indiana. These include:

How to Get Married in Indiana

Residents of the state can apply for their marriage license at the county clerk’s office where they live; nonresidents in the county where the marriage is to take place. There is no waiting period. Bring photo ID (e.g., driver’s license) and also proof of residency (e.g., state ID card) if a resident. You must be 18 or older; those under 30 will need certified birth certificates.

If previously married and divorced within the past two years, bring the divorce decree. Same-sex marriages are not allowed, but first and second cousins can marry if over age 65. Rubella tests are required for brides under age 50 and a doctor-signed certificate is needed. The license is valid for 60 days and costs $18 for residents and $60 for nonresidents (bring cash or credit card).


We Hope This Info Helps You Plan Your Indiana Elopement!


(Please Note: This page on Indiana elopements is a guide only. Prices for these Indiana wedding packages as well as requirements for marriage in the state of Indiana can change. Please consult with suppliers and official agencies before making any purchases or set arrangements.)