Sandra and Manuel traveled from Los Angeles to Ireland with 27 of their closest friends and family to get married in an intimate outdoor ceremony at Slea Head on the Dingle Peninsula. A Windy Dingle
Elizabeth & Matt fell in love with Ireland after a trip there together, and since their anniversary fell on St Patrick’s Day, the took that as a sign that Ireland was the place that they should get married. On on a stormy day in March, they had their intimate elopement ceremony on the edge of the Cliff of Moher.
Elopements come in all different shapes and sizes, and this beautiful elopement shows that Switzerland has so much more than just pretty mountains. There are some seriously gorgeous Mediterranean vibes for this elopement ceremony at Spiez Castle on Lake Thun, followed by some of the most stunning mountain scenery for their pictures afterwards.
Tess & Elliot always knew they wanted to get married in Scotland, and after much planning, they decided to have their elopement in the hills just outside Edinburgh. An Elopement In Edinburgh Tell Us About
Ashley is American, Kevin is from Scotland, and they met in Iceland 4 years ago on a Northern Lights tour. Since then, they have been paired together. The North American and Europe tectonic plates meet in Iceland, and, they met in Iceland being from each location so it was only fitting they got married in Iceland, too. Kevin got his kilt made from his family Tartan custom for the wedding. Ashley got a ‘just eloped’ custom pained faux leather jacket. They even got some cute details such as coffee mugs and ring box. For once I think the groom’s accessories beat the brides! They got married in the botanic gardens in Reykjavik before we took off to explore the Icelandic nature that they fell in love in. At one point I got completely soaked from some waves as a MASSIVE storm was rolling in (as you can see by the insane clouds towards the end). The wind also kept lifting his kilt, and well, the rumors are true. These two are just madly in love with each other which you can tell by the photos and their day.
When you love skiing, a winter wedding probably seems like the best of both worlds. You get to celebrate starting your new life together in the mountains doing something you really love. Today’s gorgeous couple
Some couples choose to elope with just the two of them. Others choose to an intimate family celebration. And today is a beautiful example of how you can have a wedding day that feels like an elopement whilst still having the people you love the most with you. Molly & Todd flew all the way from New York State to the Austrian Alps for their intimate celebration on the top of a mountain that help extra significance for them.
Jesse & Jessica rented a cabin on a horse farm at the base of Mt. Kirkjufell, an iconic location on the north coast of Iceland’s Snæfellsnes peninsula. They had the ceremony right outside of the cabin on their own little island in the bay, celebrated with some cake and bubbly, and they headed off on an epic day of adventure.
If you’re looking for wild weather and raw romance, this Irish elopement in Co. Clare has it in spades. Who needs sunshine when you’ve got the Irish weather.
Ash & Joe literally drove 6hrs in another direction with their family in order to get out of a massive storm. They eventually made it out with the guidance of their local photographer Steph Zakas, who found a secluded waterfall where they said their private elopement vows to one another.
Today’s elopement feature takes us to another beautiful area of the Emerald Isle, Ireland, to the beautiful County Kerry, for Hailey & Carson’s intimate elopement.
This week’s real wedding on the blog is so wonderfully unique. Not only is the location of this intimate wedding in Naxos in Greece absolutely stunning, but we also have a beautiful bride in a blue wedding dress!
Maggie & Cass are sheep ranchers from Wyoming in the USA. Neither of them really wanted a big, traditional celebration, and they wanted something more alternative and intimate. They opted to elope in Europe and after settling on Innsbruck in Austria as their elopement location, they only had one request – they wanted to spend the day exploring the local scenery and see as many animals as they could.
This American couple tied the knot in an intimate elopement ceremony in the garden of their Airbnb, then went off exploring the incredible Cliffs of Moher in Ireland’s County Clare.
I remember visiting Dingle as a small child on a holiday in Ireland with my family. I remember it vividly because we went out on the water to see Fungie the infamous Dingle Dolphin. So I was really curious what was in store when the wonderful Louise Scott Photography told me she wanted to submit an elopement in Dingle on the blog. Dingle certainly isn’t one of those Insta -famous locations in Ireland that you see cropping up in your feed on a regular basis. But oh.my.word. This elopement is going to give you goosebumps!
When you think of Croatia as a wedding destination, it’s easy to think of beautiful beaches and romantic old towns. Maybe even some of the iconic scenery from Game of Thrones. It’s not a location too many couples consider when planning an elopement, but as today’s real couple will show you, it’s an amazing place to elope!
Get ready to be transported to another world in today’s absolutely breathtaking elopement from Rob Dight of Epic Love Photography. This couple chose St Patrick’s day for their intimate wedding ceremony in Northern Ireland and these pictures will make you want to drop everything a plan your own elopement in this epic place.
The Isle of Skye is becoming a popular location for eloping couples in Scotland, so it’s wonderful to see a stunning new elopement location, photographed beautifully by Lynne Kennedy Photography.
A beautiful & utterly romantic elopement in the Tuscan hills at sunset.
When many people think of the Alps, they think of snow-capped mountains in the winter time. But the Alps are also the perfect destination for a summer wedding if you want lush green meadows and stunning mountain vistas. Today’s couple picked their Mayrhofen, their favourite ski resort in the Austrian Alps, for their summer mountain wedding.
Katherine & Dan swapped the coastline of Northern California for the wild and remote Aran Islands off the west coast of Ireland for their intimate destination wedding. Intimate Wedding in the Aran Islands Inishmore
Kasia and Jon eloped to the Lake District to the UK and after a private ceremony at Kendal registry office they met me for a guided walk and photoshoot at Blea Tarn. Neither of them had visited the National Park before so it was really important to them to have a guide, not just a photographer, to enable them to get to the locations they envisaged. I’ll let their wonderful guide and photographer Gill from Unfurl Photography tell you more…
This real wedding story is another example of why you shouldn’t let bad weather get you down on your wedding day. Emma & Adam travelled all the way from the USA to Austria to get married, and on the day of their wedding in Austria, the grey clouds rolled in and it rained on and off all day. But they didn’t care one bit. They embraced it and had the most awesome day ever.
The Aran Islands are three remote, tiny islands off the coast of Galway in the west of Ireland, only reachable by a rather choppy boat ride. Laura and Matt travelled all the way from Arizona in USA for their Aran Islands elopement along with 15 of their closest friends and family. They wanted their ceremony to be the main focus of their day, and it truly was incredibly unique, with an incredibly special Celtic ceremony with different sections in an old ruined church to have mini blessings, like touching a stone, putting some fabric on a tree, and dipping their hands in water for blessings – it was something incredibly special to witness. After the ceremony, they celebrated in the traditional Irish way – Irish pubs serving the best Guinness!
These two artistic souls travelled across the globe to join hands and commit their lives to one another with a stunning elopement ceremony at the Quiraing on Scotland’s dramatic Isle of Skye.
A stunning moodly Elgol elopement on the beautifully rugged Isle of Skye in Scotland captured by The Caryls Photography.
This stunning lake in the Italian Dolomites is known by many names. You might know it as the Pragser Wildsee, Lake Braies, Lake Prags or Lago di Braies. This stunning lake is causing quite a storm on Instagram, and it’s pretty easy to see why. It’s absolutely breathtaking! So it’s no surprise that today’s couple chose to visit for their first wedding anniversary with their wonderful wedding photographer Christina Puszkar aka Romany Flower.
Today’s real wedding couple Sopie & Kjetil are an international couple with roots in Germany and Norway. They decided to have their wedding on the groom’s family farm in the most stunning location overlooking the Hardanger Fjord in Norway, with photographer Lene Fossdal to capture their wonderful wedding story.
What do you do when your families are in once country but you love another one? While some couples choose to elope, other couples are embracing the idea of having an after-wedding shoot in a place that holds special meaning for them. For today’s couple, that place is way up north in the UK. They decided to have an after-wedding adventure in Scotland with photographer Weirdie Grizzly, who took them to some of his favourite locations.
Vanna & Kevin’s elopement day didn’t go exactly as planned. Their elopement photographer and local expert Steph had helped them to plan an itinerary travelling east along the south coast of Iceland. However, on the morning of their elopement, the weather forecast changed dramatically. A blizzard coming from the east was on the way, which meant road closures were almost certain. Quickly they came up with a plan B for the day, and instead drove west towards Reykjavik. But like something from a Hollywood blockbuster movie, the storm was close on their tails as they drove to a potential new ceremony location. But Steph knew they wouldn’t make it, so they pulled over their cars and literally had their elopement ceremony at the side of the road. Although in Iceland, even the roadsides are stunning