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
Nadja & Frederik spend almost every chance they get in the mountains. It’s where they feel the most alive and free, surrounded by stunning scenery and the raw beautiful of nature. So they had no second thoughts about choosing the Austrian Alps as the location for their winter elopement.
Anna & Mirko chose Germany’s highest mountain, the Zugspitze for their super chilled, intimate winter wedding in the snow.
Katja & Al’s ski resort wedding is the perfect combination of winter wonderland vibes meets fun and vibrant apres-ski party craziness. They chose this stunning location in the Austria for their winter wedding in the Alps.
These two very stylish grooms in kilts make this enchanting elopement in Scotland look like something from a classic romance movie.
Stephanie and Andrew knew a traditional wedding wasn’t for them. Their lakeside elopement in the Swiss Alps turned out to be the most perfect adventure, as they said their vows against a breathtaking backdrop.
This igloo wedding in the Austrian Alps was an unforgettable day for everyone who attended. The couple arrived at their ceremony by ski-doo and afterwards celebrated with ice carving and dinner in an igloo.
A romantic after wedding shoot in the Bavarian mountains in Germany with a bespoke blue wedding dress, dramatic scenery and golden sunlight.
Where does a Canadian ex-ski racer marry a Swedish snowboarder? Only in the most famous ski resort in the Austrian Alps of course! Emily & Johan knew they wanted to combine their annual winter sports holiday with their wedding and they decided that Kitzbühel was the place they were going to make their dream ski wedding happen!
Brace yourselves! Today’s elopement is an absolute stunner! Melissa & Shane travelled to Germany for this intimate lakeside elopement in the Bavarian Alps. They chose to have an intimate, meaningful ceremony on the banks of the beautiful Lake Eibsee.
More and more couples are choosing to sign their official wedding papers back at home and head to somewhere wild and beautiful for their wedding pictures. And this is exactly what Wincy and Kenji decided to do for their elopement in the Swiss Alps. Wincy and Kenji came from Singapore and chose the beautiful Swiss town of Grindelwald as the base for their adventure. This picturesque town sits in the Swiss Alps region of the Bernese Highlands and is the perfect location for getting outside and experiencing some of Switzerland’s most beautiful scenery. They took along photographers Katja & Simon to capture this magical adventure.
Mindy and Seamus travelled from Kentucky, USA, for their intimate elopement in Northern Ireland. Set in the stunning ruins of Dunservick Castle, along the North West coast of Northern Ireland, the breathtaking scenery provided a magnificent backdrop for these two souls as they said their wedding vows to one another.
It’s winter wedding season, and it doesn’t get much more magical than this destination winter wonderland wedding in southern Finland from Lucie Watson Photography.
The Isle of Skye in Scotland is becoming one of the most popular locations for adventure loving couples in Europe. It might be because of the fact that you can have a legally binding humanist ceremony in almost any location you can think of. Or it might be simply because it’s breathtakingly beautiful. Taylor & Steven’s intimate Isle of Skye wedding by the fabulous Lynne Kennedy Photography is an absolute stunner and I know you’re going to love it!
Sarah & Col decided on Col’s family sheep farm in the Scottish Highlands as the perfect location for their wedding. During wedding planning they decided that they wanted a wedding which represented them as a couple. As a result they threw out tradition and concentrated on family, friends and fun.
A bohemian inspired pre-wedding shoot at Lago Di Braies in the Dolomites with a stunning Rue De Seine wedding gown and some breathtaking scenery.
Katherine & Tommy flew all the way from Chicago in the USA to Ireland to say their wedding vows in an intimate destination wedding in County Galway. They found Ballynahinch castle during their venue search, a beautiful castle set amongst stunning scenery, and knew it was the perfect place to get married with 8 of their closest family members.
Betsy & Winson travelled all the way from Hong Kong for their honeymoon shoot in Sognefjorden Norway. And the pictures from Ingvild Kolnes are like something out of a fairytale!
With an epic love story that started eighteen years ago, Tina & Jürgen travelled all the way from Austria to Scotland for their remote and intimate Loch Coruisk Elopement on the Isle of Skye.
This rainy day honeymoon shoot in Wengen in the Swiss Alps by Caroline Hancox Photography is a wonderful reminder that rain is not something you need to worry about!
Jennifer & Jeff are both massive cycling fans. It was during a cycling holiday in the Dolomites that Jeff proposed to Jennifer, so returning to this stunning region for their wedding day was the the perfect choice.
You’ve chosen the most incredible location for your adventure wedding and you’re picturing yourself standing against a backdrop of epic proportions. There’s just one thing that you’re worried about. Your Dress. You really want those epic, adventurous pictures but what is going to happen to your dress? Let some of these images from previous We Are The Wanderers brides who weren’t afraid to get their dress dirty show you how epic your pictures can be if you stop worrying about the dress and just have some fun.
Most couples pray for good weather on their wedding day, which is completely understandable. Why would you want bad weather on your wedding day? You want to have a great time and get incredible pictures. But what if I told you that clear blue skies don’t always make for the most exciting photos, and that bad weather on your wedding day can actually be a good thing! No, I haven’t gone crazy and here are 5 images from the We Are The Wanderers community that will show you why.