We’ve put brides and grooms in a lot of odd spots for portraits.
Allies that smelled like dead bodies, precarious cliffs, glaciers, the middle of deserts, pot fields, and on and on. When we took Annika and Doug away for their portraits at 1AM during a rainstorm in Iceland, that situation really took the cake.
Their wedding was at Hotel Budir, Iceland, located in the western region of the Snaefellsnes peninsula. It’s an isolated place about two hours north of Reykjavik. To have a destination wedding in Iceland is rare as it is, but adding this location to the story made this wedding that much more unique.
All in all, we photographed Annika and Doug’s wedding non-stop for about 16 hours. If it would have been 30 hours, we would have had no problems. We didn’t want it to end.