A wedding is an exciting day, one that you’ll (hopefully) want to remember forever. This newly married couple made their wedding photoshoot even more memorable with a thrilling location and heart-racing idea.
Adventure-seeking Arkansas couple Ryan (30) and Skye Myers (28) were forced to downsize their wedding amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Having sacrificed a lot on their big day, they wanted something bold for their wedding photoshoot.
“We wanted a big wedding, but had minimal time to plan it because Skye started nursing school, and with the pandemic regulations we were having difficulties deciding on how to proceed with a wedding,” Ryan told The Daily Mail.
“That’s when we started looking at gorgeous iconic spots for an outside ceremony, so that it would be magical and memorable.”
The pair travelled to the popular Hawksbill Crag Cliff on the Whitaker Point hiking trail after their union. Captured by photographer Mason Gardner, they posed for some daring images at the cliff’s edge. In one image, Skye leans dangerously over the edge. In another, it was revealed she was wearing a safety harness underneath her gown.
According to Ryan, everyone present for the shoot was well-trained in climbing.
He told The Daily Mail: ‘Our crew was made up of myself, my best man Gage, Skye and her sister Summer, one rappelling expert and our photographer, who was amazing!’