Intimate Wedding in Iceland

Happy Friday! This week flew by – thanks to an extended 4th July weekend. I have two beautiful intimate weddings to share with you today, both with different but equally delightful styles. First up is Echo and Rich’s wedding. This Michigan couple decided to have a small ceremony with their closest family members in a charming chapel in Iceland. Talk about a gorgeous backdrop! Icelandic photographer Bragi Þór Jósefsson won several awards for a few of their portraits, including PDN’s Top Knot! Needless to say, I’m awe-struck to have Bragi share this gorgeous wedding with us.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

32 Comments
  1. Gosh! Sometimes the small weddings just don’t look appealing to me but they look like they had the sweetest day ever!

    *kate

  2. Yesss!So beautiful. I recall seeing this wedding amongst 100’s of entries in the Top Knots contest and it was one of my very faves. Lovely to see it on your blog 🙂

  3. My husband and I went to iceland the first week of May for our honeymoon. This brings back so many memories! I love this wedding!

  4. I just got cold all of a sudden! Stunning location…just love the steam. And the pic of the chapel is guests is fabulous too. Thanks for sharing.

    xoxo
    kristi

  5. Ahhhhhhhhhhh!! Now how romantic is that?! I cried. What a joy and a blessing and how beautiful! Your pick of everyone (all your families) holding hands is so warming and loving! Thanks for sharing!!

  6. Wow, the clothes are beautiful…as is the background for the wedding. Cann’t quite see what the items are in the background…are there shelves and items on the shelves? I have not been to iceland I have a word press blog story on weird weddings where i have a cute picture of a chapel. https://bit.ly/8Iskxs thanks for this.

  7. Ohhh this is so lovely! I think I would shoot a wedding for free in Iceland if someone wanted me to (I don’t even think I’m kidding!)! Such a gorgeous place!

  8. Does anyone know where exactly in Iceland this church is? I am hoping to get married in Iceland… and this looks like my dream location…