Jordan & Jacy eloped on St Patrick’s day on the wild & rugged Causeway Coast in Northern Ireland. The weather was typically Irish, we had sun, rain, extreme winds and hail at different points through the day, and it was amazing! They had their intimate ceremony beneath the ruins of an ancient castle, surrounded by huge cliffs. For portraits we explored some of the stunning scenery the North Antrim coastline has to offer and then they met up with their family to end the night in a quaint Irish pub with pints of Guiness, which is the only way to end a St Patricks day elopement!
To make this one even better we had a sunrise session the following morning at the Dark Hedges, which was made famous by Game of Thrones. It really is an incredible place to shoot and creates such unique images. We then headed to another GOT site to shoot in some secluded caves.
Northern Ireland Elopements
Northern Ireland elopements have it all, from the stunning scenery to the dramatic weather plus all that history. I love shooting elopements and getting to wander through these amazing locations with my adventurous couples. I love helping couples have the most amazing elopement days & the best ever experience! If you’d like to know a few tips on how you can get the best elopement photographs ever, click HERE to check out my 7 top tips.
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This adventure elopement was shot with 2 Sony A7iii’s and the Zeiss 35mm f1.4 lens and the Zeiss 50mm f1.4. If you’re a photographer who is interested in learning more about anything photography business related you can check out my education info HERE. I offer 1-2-1 mentoring sessions both in person & online plus I run workshops for small group.
Videographer – Nigel Ivy Wedding Films
Flowers – Floralearth
Celebrant – Sam Hanna