These are my friends now. They opened up their home and their hearts and didn’t care that I had to hobble around their wedding with a crutch. I’m sure I looked as ridiculous as I felt. I honestly could not have done this without the constant help from some really good dudes - Jon & Sam. Thank you for making photos with me.
The fine folks at Fernfoot Events kept everything running smooth // All the ridiculously cool decor came from Tomboy. <– omg. she’s SO good // Bride – Nicole Miller Dress and Mui Mui heels // Groom – J. Crew and Vintage vest // Catering – Culinary Creations // Banjo Player – Dave Guarente // DJ – DJ Sparkle // Rentals - Alexis Party Rentals // Flower crown, Boutineer, Bridal Bouquet - Willi Wildflower //
I’ve got a solid 10 weddings waiting to see the light of day, until that happens (and it will happen) here’s the tip of the proverbial iceberg. Just the tip. *zing*
The Snæfellsnes Peninsula in Western Iceland. This is it. I consider myself to be pretty well traveled but this is entirely new level, there’s just nothing that comes close. It was just 3 weeks prior that my friends at Iris & Light reached out to me about being a part of one their ridiculous adventures. (Stuff like this or this) I can’t thank those dudes enough for bringing me along.
Fast forward three weeks, a red-eye out of Seattle, and a few redbulls and we’re making the 120km drive from Reykjavik to Búðir to meet Chris and Jules. Immediate hugs. Chris and Jules have a palpable warmth about them and it was over dinner that they shared the story leading up to their decision to elope in the Icelandic countryside. Writing this takes me back to the tear-filled goodbyes just two days later. I won’t soon forget this place and these people. Thank you Chris and Julie. Thank you.