Sunrise Ceremonies, Camel Rides and Hot Air Balloons – An Intimate Elopement in Turkey

Happy Wednesday everyone and how are you all? I am super happy as I am now allowed out of the house! Yesterday was ‘Freedom Day’ in our household! Dexter and I met up with friends and went on a bike ride and a bit of a walk. It was so good to get out of the house! Today we are off for lunch and the cinema. So back to the blog and I have a stunning styled shoot to share with you. The shoot took place on 22nd October 2020 at Cappadocia, Central Anatolia in Turkey. It’s totally stunning and really shows off the local scenery. The backdrop of hot air balloons is breathtaking for the couples sunrise ceremony and their camel ride later on in the day really sets the tone for the whole shoot. Emma Jane Photography has really pulled this location shoot out of the bag, I know you are going to love it.

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This as the truly stunning Cappadocia. A place on my bucket list and filled with a landscape like no other. A truly stunning setting for an elopement. It means that you do not need fancy set ups, just the sunrise and the balloons for company.

After this years issues with travel, my shoot unfortunately got postponed twice. But ever one to push forward I managed to do this in October before the seasons changed too much. The vision was working on the most simple of set ups for couples wishing to just go away in current times- to be able to get married- just the two of them. Without any fuss and to show love is not cancelled. With a simple sunrise ceremony, wedding breakfast with the balloons and sunrise and then enjoy the day exploring Cappadocia with a camel ride. Having done a rooftop and location sunrise, followed by a wedding breakfast at 9am, and then exploring in Pasabagi Valley, love Valley and the rose valley over a few days.



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