If you're a soon-to-be-wed couple looking for some 'fire and ice' dramatics in your wedding photos, this backdrop will be right up your alley.
Because nothing says "I want to spend the rest of our lives together" like an erupting volcano, couples in Reykjavík, Iceland are flocking to the Fagradalsfjall volcano which is currently erupting.
According to The Guardian, the 'quiet' eruption on the Reykjanes peninsula is the first of its kind in 800 years, and allows scientists and the public to enjoy the spectacle close up.
Almost 45,000 people have visited the site, since the eruption began a month ago.
Icelandic band Kaleo reportedly hiked up to the lava streams to shoot a live performance, and others have visited to take in the incredible views - and even marry.
Couple Sumarliði and Jón hiked for more than two hours through snow and wind to reach the spot on the Reykjanes peninsula. "I thought I might freeze to death at my own wedding," Sumarliði told the Observer.
They called their ceremony in front of neon orange lava "weird, gorgeous and terrifying all at the same time".
The area can only be accessed by a difficult hike of several hours from the nearest road, and there are no facilities nearby, meaning visitors must bring food, water and toilet facilities themselves. That's sure to cull a few people off your wedding guest list you're only inviting by obligation.
While being safe to access, the volcano does have its own dangers. According to local media, the biggest threat to those nearby is pollution from the gases that had been released, and nearby residents have been asked to keep their windows shut.