In July 2015, I was invited to work as a destination wedding photographer in Iceland. The unique nature, the endless black sand beaches, lava fields covered with moss, and of course the majestic waterfalls attract many couples to get married in Iceland. To travel here is probably a dreams of everyone who love adventures. To get married in Iceland may come to mind to only the most courageous, romantic couples with the warm heart and the pure love. The weather changes so often here: it can reward you with warm sunshine and cold wind from the Atlantic Ocean, can give an unforgettable view of the double rainbow on the waterfall or hide view of the mountains and geysers with the clouds. But if you decided organise your wedding in Iceland just know it will be one of the most exciting experiences of your life. So it was with the guys – Jana and Konstantin. We booked the guesthouse on airbnb and stayed in Reykjavik. There are white nights in July in Iceland, so we’re not worried about the length of the wedding photo shooting day. The official wedding ceremony took place in the town of Vic near the waterfall Seljalandsfoss. The road from Reykjavik to Vik took about 3 hours. So we started our day early. At 11 o’clock Reykjavik luxury taxi came. Our driver Autry was not only a real helper throughout the day and even a bit of my assistant, and told us interesting stories,thank him very much. On the way to the waterfall we had several stops on the photo shooting. First of all we visited Skogar Falk Museum with the turf roofs houses which were located at the roots of Eyjafjoll mountains on the South of Iceland. The most beautiful locations were the waterfalls, the black sand Reynisfjara beach and amazing basalt columns under Reynisfjall mountain. We could not ignore the field with lupines and completely covered with soft moss cosmic lava fields. Weather was very warm on the wedding. Although it was about plus 12 C, it was not cold at all, except on the beach, where the ocean cool breeze blowed. The guys got warm with warm traditional icelandic sweater – lopapeysy and they had super cosy picnic lunch with wine and fruits. On the way to Reykjavik, we had a few more stops for the photo shooting. We captured the waterfall Skógafoss and the legendary Icelandic horses which are considered the most beautiful in the world. They lay on the grass just like a cats and did not pay any attention to us. Back home the newlyweds had the romantic dinner and a lot of impressions from this memorable busy day.