Tymbre and Jiovanni knew that they would have a Block Island elopement — that was never a question for them. Of course, they brought their closest family members, and their kiddo with them for a Block Island elopement at Second Bluffs. Tymbre wanted a natural feel and chose a Reclamation dress rental as a result. To mirror the dress, the two chose sunset at Second Bluffs for their Block Island elopement, a short drive from the Spring House Hotel.
Getting Ready at the Spring House Hotel
The two chose a suite at the Annex building at the Spring House Hotel to get ready for their Block Island elopement. Indeed, the suite allowed Tymbre and her kiddo to have some space to spread out. The couple also brought a friend to babysit their toddler so the two could have some alone time. Having the pull out couch offered them the ability to have the sitter stay with their toddler while they had dinner and went out for ice cream.
A Block Island Elopement at Second Bluffs
When thinking about where the two wanted to elope, they wanted to have ocean views, and something that was easy to navigate with their family. Second Bluffs came right to mind as it’s an easy spot to use as it has a short trail, and overlooks the cliffs, and ocean beyond. The trail functions well as an aisle, and the spot where they chose to do the ceremony is a solid vantage point for the epic views.
An Elopement Ceremony Cliffside
Their ceremony was presided over by family, with different folks having roles in the ceremony. Of course, their daughter was the cutest little flower girl with a matching dress to her mama. After the ceremony, we got to take a few photos here, and then head back to town so that family could catch the last ferry back to the mainland.
Having Dinner at the Block Island Beach House
Giovanni and Tymbre’s family left on the last ferry. Afterwards, we met up at the Block Island Beach House for dinner. The two ordered off the regular menu at a lounge set on the back shells area of the property. Of course, the french fries and hot dog were perfect for their kiddo. The upscale dining options worked well for the adults. We took a few portraits at the location.
An Impromptu First Dance at the Block Island Beach House
Afterwards, a song that Tymbre had been telling her now husband about came on the radio. Immediately I had the two dance together, and enjoy the moment. It was the sweetest part about the elopement — spontaneous, easy, comfortable, and beautiful.
Block Island Elopement Vendors
- Getting Ready Space — Spring House Hotel Annex Building
- Hair and Makeup — Tymbre did her own hair and makeup
- Dress — Reclamation
- Dinner Venue — Block Island Beach House
- Flowers — Tymbre made them herself using stems from Trader Joe’s