Journey to the center of the Earth at this Iceland volcano wedding 700 feet down!

Southern Australian couple, Petra and Jan, decided that their bucket list included a two-day Iceland volcano wedding with their three sons joining them as guests. They wanted to be the first to marry somewhere unforgettable in Iceland, inside a VOLCANO. They were married 700 feet down into the Earth. Just wait until you hear the whole story to the center of the Earth…

See black sand beaches and geothermal caves at this Iceland honeymoon elopement

This pair had a wedding in Iceland followed by a honeymoon which would explore the entire island. Natural cave exploring was next on the agenda where they waded through water to get to a stunning spot. Shortly after, a picnic awaited them on a private black sand beach. Hand-in-hand venturing through moss-covered lava fields followed lunch. The photographer harnessed in and repelled off a cliff at the next stop to get an epic shot of the couple with a secret waterfall. They explored a colorful lighthouse, bird watched among golden cliffs, and ended the day at a hidden geothermal area.

Are you ready for some seriously EPIC shots of this Iceland honeymoon and elopement?

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We are blown away by the spectacle of this Iceland hiking elopement

When two East Coast adventurers who love to hike and travel meet in medical school, they just might get along. Not only did Elita and Matt get along, but they found their partner in life. Fast forward to a trip to New Zealand where Matt proposed a lifetime of adventure to Elita. Then it was all about planning their Iceland hiking elopement.

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Destination wedding goals: a gorgeous Norse cave wedding in Iceland

Sheena and Todd live in Seattle, but wanted to celebrate their Norse souls in the land of fire and ice by have a Norse cave wedding in Iceland. But they weren't choosing any old location… they surprised their guests with a ceremony in a 4600-year-old lava tube cave! Y'all know we love a cave wedding.

They had an honorary fire, a Norse celebrant, oath rings, a Viking horn, and the groom not only presented the bride with a sword as a gift but also read his vows from it.