Featured Lisbon Wedding Elopement Photographers
Planning for a small marriage ceremony in Lisbon? The best Lisbon wedding and elopement photographers are members of the Wedding Photojournalist Association. Search this site for links to award-winning, documentary-style wedding images, links to venues, and view photographers by region to find info on their rates and packages.
Page Last Updated March 1st, 2021
Joana and Nuno selected a cliffside ceremony location with panoramic views of the sea. Their ceremony took place at sunset, adding an extra touch of romance to the moment.
In the waning days of 2020 and in the midst of the ongoing global pandemic, Joana and Nuno finished the year by beginning their new life together. This couple planned an intimate gathering of their 12 closest relatives and friends, and they became husband and wife at the...
With a glowing look that only newlyweds can achieve, the bride and groom walk hand-in-hand down the aisle as their wedding guests toss rose petals into the air.
This couple had long known that they would spend the rest of their lives together, and for them, celebrating their marriage with their closest family members and friends was the most important aspect of their wedding day. They planned an intimate civil ceremony and reception at the...
Dressed in a flowing gown and holding her father's hand, Luana walks away from her parents flat as her excited neighbors watch her leave for her wedding ceremony.
At the end of every wedding, two lives have blended together into one and two families are now forever linked. This wedding went one step further, as it unified two distinct cultures and allowed two individuals to realize their own unique love story. Luana was a resident of a social district neighborhood for Portuguese-...
As her father holds her hand and looks on with pride, Sara walks toward Munir in order to begin their wedding ceremony.
Sara and Munir planned a traditional Muslim wedding ceremony in Lisbon, Portugal. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic restrictions, the couple limited their guests to their closest family members and friends. While the gathering was small, the love that emanated from the newlyweds was larger than life.
Bride and groom during the religious ceremony.
Amita and Miguel were committed to marrying in 2020, due to a family agreement. So after the first COVID-19 confinement, they managed to quickly organize their wedding.
The wedding had more or less 25 guests (their close family and friends). Due to safety measures, they could only do the Hindu ceremony with no reception and party, at least in the Comunidade Hindu of Portugal venue.
It was almost 2.5 hours of...