Brought to us by French photographer Thierry Joubert of Pretty Days, this incredible Iceland elopement is out of this world! Capturing both the extraordinary landscape and tender moments shared between two people in love, these photos speak wonders. Dying to see more of Thierry Joubert‘s work? Check out his Photographer Spotlight Interview!
Wedding Photography Inspiration: Alternative Wedding
More and more couples are choosing to celebrate their wedding day with a destination trip with family and friends, but how does one make that happen? I recently asked Philadelphia wedding photographer Joe Craig to share some photos from a recent destination wedding and to give us his thoughts on what makes a wedding weekend so special, and how to make it work for you!
Maggie and Michael's wedding at Paris on Ponce in Atlanta, Georgia is eclectic and full of personality. The couple focused on having a fantastic band, a space they could fill with flowers, which they found in The Maison Rouge and photographers like Scobey Photography who would be up for the challenge of photographing striking images in low light. All around gorgeous!
Today's couple, Melanie and George, are truly unique and they designed their North Carolina wedding to follow suit, exuding style and glamour in an entirely distinctive way. A few examples? Their dark chocolate wedding cake was made to be smashed rather than cut, Melanie's bridal bouquet included glitter covered feathers, and their photographer, Richard Israel, was the perfect choice to capture it all.
When Lauren, received news that her dad was ill, she and her fiancé Joel set about planning their wedding for less than a month away. All the details fell into place as the couple realized that what they wanted most was to celebrate with their nearest and dearest. Todd Hunter McGaw captured all the waves of emotion with tenderness and creativity, and I'm betting that this post will tug at your heartstrings.
When Narumi and Bessho began planning their wedding they each came with their own unique sources for inspiration, including the jungle of South Africa and the romance of Romeo and Juliet, but both wholeheartedly agreed on choosing the the lively and creative photography of Juliana Wiklund. In the end, the couple brilliantly merged their individual passions to create a day that was truly memorable.
Pippa and Frank forged a new road together with their unique Brooklyn wedding that was a journey through their beloved neighborhood. After a seaboard ceremony upon a New York City water taxi, the couple traveled with their adventurous guests by foot, subway and even by carousel ride to arrive at their intimate reception site of 61 Local. The always incredible Pat Furey captured every movement, emotion and memory, in his signature relaxed style.