Dramatic Iceland Wedding: Guðný + Hrolfur

Iceland is a wonderful place and the island has become a very popular destination for elopements. With its unique environment, it is not so difficult to understand why. You’ll get to experience everything from mountains, waterfalls, northern lights and geysers to their capital Reykjavik with its cute, colorful houses. In other words, the island has something for most people. In today's post we will visit Iceland, but this time it is not for an elopement. Today we have the honor to share a series of pictures from this beautiful wedding between Guðný and Hrolfur, photographed by Olga Hogan.

If you are a photographer and have a thing for landscapes like this, you should check out Sisters in Law and Way Up North’s workshop at Lofoten in Norway. In April this year, we will take you on an adventurous trip where we will arrange four styled shoots, network and enjoy the beautiful landscape that Lofoten has to offer. Go ahead and read more about this workshop and make sure to book your spot before they go away. Only 10 spots available.

Iceland Wedding
Iceland Wedding
Iceland Wedding
Iceland Wedding
Iceland Wedding

The couple chose to have a first look before the wedding, outside the church where Guðný's parents married many years earlier. So romantic! Doing a first look session is something we always recommend if possible. It is so wonderful to have photos like these to look back on!

Iceland Wedding
Iceland Wedding
Iceland Wedding
Iceland Wedding

The tones of this wedding are deep and somewhat dark, something that feels quite right in a place like Iceland. Here, the entire landscape is dramatic, where black beaches meet the Atlantic Ocean and all the volcanoes scattered around the island.

Iceland Wedding
Iceland Wedding
Iceland Wedding
Iceland Wedding
Iceland Wedding
Iceland Wedding
Iceland Wedding
Iceland Wedding
Iceland Wedding
Iceland Wedding

So elegant will all black clothes both on the best men and bridesmaids!

Wedding on Iceland
Iceland Wedding Inspiration

Photographer: Olga Hogan Photography
Bridal wear: Brúðarkjólaleiga Katrínar