It's not a contradiction in terms, says Winters, who makes up one half of the duo that married Miller and Bennett. Elopement may call to mind a bold couple sneaking unencumbered to city hall. But what her company, PopWed Co., offers is something more along the lines of a DIY wedding. It's a way to skip the trappings of traditional weddings — managing guest lists, renting a venue, worrying about whether Uncle Frank will make one too many trips to the open bar — while still preserving the romance of the day. Gaudaen, who is a registered humanist officiant, conducts the ceremony and organizes the paperwork, while Winters photographs and takes care of aesthetics. The results have the same self-conscious whimsy as something you might find on Pinterest.