Sarah and Cory are among those adventurous couples who want nothing but serenity and breathtaking views for their big day. Their dream wedding is far from a huge crowd of people singing, dancing, and drinking
Irish wedding photographer, Olga Hogan, recently had the pleasure of photographing a very special love story… Mark and Danielle’s ten year wedding vow renewal in County Clare, Ireland. Together they explored the very best of
This couple wanted a small, intimate celebration at a special location without all the fuss that usually goes on during a wedding. The Island of Inish Mor at the west of Ireland, with its special
This is one of those weddings that particularly makes my heart sing to be sharing with you today. As an adventure wedding blog, we tend to feature a lot of what I call ‘ high
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.
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.
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 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!
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.
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
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!
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.
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.
Whilst intimate weddings and elopements may take less planning than a big, lavish wedding celebrations, some couples can still find the process quite overwhelming. When you’re trying to find wedding venues and trustworthy vendors in a country where you don’t speak the language or know much about the area, a wedding planner can help take that stress away from you. Today I’d like to introduce you to Yana from Peach Perfect Weddings who shares my love of intimate weddings and meaningful elopements. After starting off planning luxury weddings, she soon realised that it was the small, intimate celebrations of love that she adored the most. So she set out to change the course of Peach Perfect Weddings to become a leader in planning truly unique elopement packages in Europe.
You might have fallen in love with the stunning imagery from Paula O’Hara a few weeks ago when I shared this elopement in Northern Ireland and I know you’re going to love this wild and beautiful
Two years to the day before their wedding day, Jeffrey got down on one knee on a pier in Mexico and asked Kristina to be his wife. So how did a couple from the USA,
Sara and Jon travelled all the way to Ireland with their closest family and friends for an intimate wedding on the west coast of Ireland. The journey that brought them from Florida to Ireland for their wedding day is filled with tales of adventure and travel.