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Honeymoon and Wedding Photos in Oia, Santorini, Greece | Destination Wedding Photography | Unveiled Radiance Photography

Caleb and Ashlee recreated their engagement photos and wedding photos while they were on their honeymoon in Oia, Santorini, Greece.


Oia is a coastal town on the northwestern tip of Santorini, a Greek Aegean island. The town has whitewashed houses carved into the rugged clifftops, and overlooks a vast caldera filled with water. In a 19th-century mansion, the Naval Maritime Museum has exhibits on local seafaring history, including old figureheads, sailors’ chests and models of old ships. Nearby is the ruined Oia Castle, known for its sunset views. It’s safe to say, Caleb and Ashlee experienced all Oia is known for.


From the photographer, Angela at Unveiled Radiance Photography:

“Caleb and Ashlee are a couple from Louisiana that reached out to me about shooting their elopement in San Diego. Sadly, I was booked and going to be in Italy/Greece with my mother for a trip. Ashlee asked where we would be going, and when I mentioned Greece, she said, "We will be in Greece for our Honeymoon!" I immediately I asked what dates they would be there, and it turns out, we would both be in Santorini at the EXACT same time. As fate would have it, Ashlee decided then and there she would take her wedding dress and Caleb's suit along so we could meet up for some fun honeymoon shots in the beautiful town of Oia. If you haven't had the chance to visit, I highly recommend this incredible place of unfathomable beauty, beautiful people and a culture that pours into your soul.”



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Intimate Wedding at Riverfront Lodge in Mineral Bluff, Georgia | Atlanta Wedding Photography | Brooke Womack Photography

This intimate ceremony and reception took place at Riverfront Lodge in Mineral Bluff, Georgia. The bride and groom enjoyed an evening surrounded by their closest friends and family who all celebrated the evident love between the Brian, Meagan, and their son.


From the photographer, Brooke Womack:


“Where do I even begin with this day? It was truly one of the most intimate weddings I have every captured. Every item involved held such special meaning. The bride’s mother made her handkerchief out of pieces of her wedding dress and hand-crafted her gorgeous belt. The necklace Meagan wore is her great grandmother’s engagement necklace and is over 100 years old. The gold bangle she wore is the only heirloom she has from her late grandmother Amelia, and her earrings are from 1940.

“Wearing all of these items and jewelry from women past is so enchanting. I wonder where they were and how they felt when they adorned these pieces. And now, my wedding, can be added to the energy these items hold. And of course, my new wedding band, which holds the greatest meaning of all. I have married my prince, the man of my dreams. He continues to enchant me with his relentless love and affection. I am so grateful to be alive in his world.” - Meagan

From first look tears, to the sweetest vows, and to watching the way Brian looked at Meagan as she sang a song she wrote just for him, it was THE MOST BEAUTIFUL day! I will never forget it.”



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Devils Bridge Elopement Photos in Sedona, Arizona | Doe Mountain Trail Elopement Photos in Sedona, Arizona | Traci Edwards Photography

From the photographer, Traci Edwards:

“Heather and Brent are from Texas and traveled to Sedona, Arizona with their three dogs and twenty five of their closest friends and family to elope at Devil’s Bridge and Doe Mountain. 

Heather was really drawn to Devil's Bridge for the ceremony, but because it was Mother's Day weekend, and Devil’s Bridge is one of the most popular hikes in the area, I was really concerned about them not having privacy or enough time to really enjoy the moment with their friends and family without feeling rushed. We ended up deciding to hike to Devil’s Bridge at sunrise where they would share letters they had written to each other in an intimate setting, and their ceremony would take place with their family, friends, and three dogs, Lady, Charlotte and Rowdy, at the top of Doe Mountain at sunset.Our plans went accordingly, and the sunrise was truly the most gorgeous and stunning view you could imagine. 

Afterwards, we decided to take a quick nap and rest up before the ceremony that evening. Four o’clock came quickly, and I met them at the trailhead of Doe Mountain with all their friends and family for the ceremony part of their elopement. Everyone was so excited as they watched Heather and Brent pull up and get the pups ready for the hike. Heather wore the cutest shirt for the hike up that said “And she lived happily ever after” with a girl hiking during sunset on it. This is the biggest hike that I had led before, heading out with twenty five people and three dogs. It was important in prepping that everyone knew the Leave No Trace principals, to look for rattlers, and drink lots of water. When we finally made it to the plateau, and everyone saw the view, all I could hear was, “WOW!” It was a really special moment.

Brent got dressed in his wedding attire which included his “Heather socks,” yes, socks with Heather’s face all over them!! And when it came to Heather’s attire, little did he know, he was in for a big surprise!! Everyone thought that Heather was going to wear her white, silk romper from the sunrise photos for the ceremony because this was her original plan. She ended up finding the most gorgeous dress from BHLDN and intended on surprising Brent with it! She had packed the dress in a pack, and told her friend to carry it up the trial for her, not telling them what was in it. When it came time to get ready, a couple of Heather’s friends went behind the tree with sheets to help her get dressed. It was a really cool moment! I headed back to the ceremony space smiling ear-to-ear knowing that Brent was going to be surprised! She came around the corner from the trees where she changed and everyone started crying. There wasn't a dry eye, and Brent had the most pleasant smile.

After family photos and a champagne toast the family decided to walk back down to give Heather and Brent some alone time for their bridal portraits and time to soak in the view the moment of being married. Brent and Heather are one of the sweetest couples I've ever met, and they have the most awesome, supportive friends and family. This just goes to show that even though you decide to elope, you can still involve the special people in your life.”



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Eclectic Spring Wedding | Cornerstone Theatre | Alberta Wedding Photography

Eclectic Spring Wedding | Cornerstone Theatre | Alberta Wedding Photography

Bree and Darren planned a cool late-spring wedding. Canmore, Alberta is a city of mountains and meadows, small diners, and intoxicating views. Although a ways from their farm in Saskatchewan, their wedding could not have suited them any better. Neutral colors, her flowery Martina lLiana dress, and an eclectic decorating style set this wedding apart.