Sintra elopement photographer
Sintra elopement photographer – Diane + Jason – Montserrate palace – Sneak peak
I like to be a Sintra elopement photographer and to be lost in readings about the locations I usually visit with my couples. For this romantic elopement, I was reading the sublime Lord Byron poem Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage. This poem about the beauty of the Romantic architecture and gardens around Monserrate Palace in Sintra, was a perfect match for wonderlust couples that travel with minimum family and friends for their big day. This american couple planned their elopement abroad for their unique boho small wedding in Portugal.
Their preparations and getting ready was at the Casa Miradouro in Sintra. They prepared a first look on a special corner of the villa with bougainvilleas. After the firstlook, they opted for a old fashioned mini Cooper. When we arrived to Monserrate Palace, the bride walked down to the beautiful romantic music room ceiling of Monserrate Palace. The entrance music for this whimsical moment was Hoppipolla of Sigur Rós (go and click play, is so beautiful!).
I like to be the Monserrate palace photographer with all the wanderlust couples that travel to Portugal for their elopement. Because this it was a really small wedding, just the two, an officiant and all the magical atmosphere that this palace has. I remember the first emails from Diane and from minute one, I knew that this was a real unique wedding.
I felt that I was the special elopement photographer in Europe for their american wedding. They were brave and different. Before their wedding in United States with their family and friends, they prepared this elopement in Europe and have a really intimate ceremony just for two. I felt so honored to be their portugal wedding photographer that I am in countdown to post all the story on my blog soon, and you will see why they are so special and why I love them.
This story had not been possible without the planning of the talented Something Borrowed wedding planners in Sintra, Portugal
This story has been published at the amazing Junebug Weddings Blog, thank you very much!!!