Eloping at the Giants Causeway: 5 Real-Life Examples of Intimate Elopements at Northern Ireland’s Natural Wonder

Eloping at the Giants Causeway: A Dreamy and Intimate Experience

People from all over the world travel to Northern Ireland to see the Giants Causeway, a natural wonder. Due to its distinctive natural characteristics, such as the hexagonal basalt columns, it is an incredible location for your elopement photos. Its located next to so many insanely beautiful locations on the North Coast. We almost always visit the giants causeway for some photos on the couples elopement day. It’s for sure one of my favourite locations along the North Coast.

Here are five real-life examples of couples who have had their elopement photos at the Giants Causeway:

  1. Kailee and Kavan: These guys travelled over from Canada to elope on the north coast of Ireland. They spent two weeks traveling Ireland and Scotland. They choose to Elope in Northern Ireland and explore some of the various locations, including the Giants Causeway.
Giants Causeway Elopement
  1. Jacqueline and Andrew traveled all the way over from Florida to elope at Dunluce castle with their family and friends. Jacqueline and Andrew has an intimate first look at their airbnb before heading to Dunluce for their ceremony with their closest family and friends in tow. After their ceremony we headed to the giants causeway at sunset where there were fewer tourists and the light was perfect. Such an incredible day
Giants Causeway Elopement
  1. Jack and Jessie : Jack and Jessie wanted a destination elopement that was unique and unforgettable. They found the Giants Causeway to be the perfect location and while surrounded by the beautiful scenery and the light was just perfect ( Chefs kiss ) . Again, if you want to explore the Giants Causeway on your elopement day I suggest going at sunset, not only is the light beautiful, its much more quieter.
  1. Jenn and Jr: Jenn and Jr along with their four beautiful children, close family and friends travelled to Northern Ireland from Miami to elope. After exploring so many of the most incredible locations we ended up at The Giants Causeway at the end of the day and were treated with a beautiful sunset.
  1. Sarah and Kevan: Sarah and Kevan all the way over from Montana with their baby boy Oliver, wanted a small, intimate elopement with family. They had the big wedding planned back in the states then decided it wasn’t for them. They decided they had to elope in Ireland with a few of their favourite people at Dunluce castle. Afterwards we explored the Giants Causeway which provided the perfect setting before heading back to spend the evening with their guests.

Planning Your Elopement at the Giants Causeway

Eloping at the Giants Causeway is a dreamy and intimate experience, but it’s important to plan ahead to ensure that your elopement goes smoothly. Here are some tips to help you plan your elopement at the Giants Causeway:

  1. The Giants Causeway can be quite crowded during peak season, so it’s best to visit during the off-season or on a weekday
  2. Get a permit: If you plan on having a ceremony at the Giants Causeway, you’ll need to get a permit from the National Trust.
  3. Transportation: The Giants Causeway is located in a remote area, so it’s important to plan for transportation. You can either drive which I recommend or hire a wedding car/private driver.
  4. Accommodations: There are several hotels and bed and breakfasts and gorgeous airbnbs located near the Giants Causeway and along the north coast, so there is so many options for your stay near the giants causeway.

By following these tips, you can ensure that your elopement at the Giants Causeway is a dreamy and intimate experience that you’ll never forget.

Check out the full blog post on Jenn and Jr’s elopement HERE its a good one

If you would like to see more updated elopements along the north coast of Northern Ireland, keep up to date on my instagram or pinterest. See you over there 🙂

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