Glencoe became one of the most popular locations chosen by couples for their Scotland elopement.
As a Scotland elopement photographer I cannot be happier with couples choosing Glencoe to get married. It’s most definitely one of the most beautiful, picturesque places in Scotland.
Scroll down to view the Scotland elopement images created during our styled shoot together with my dear friend Kate from Kate Haag Photography last month.
Trust me, you could never travel to Glencoe and not fall in love with this Scottish scenery!
Glencoe elopement photography – wedding in the Scottish highlands
Our aim was to get the most wonderful Scottish wedding suppliers on board when organising this styled elopement photoshoot in the Scottish highlands.
And we are now proud to say – we made it!
Our wonderful models, Natasha and her partner Daniel, travelled with us to Glencoe for an adventure.
See the list of our incredible Scottish wedding suppliers we got to work with on this styled elopement photoshoot in Scotland:
Flowers: Branch and Bramble – the incredible creator behind Branch and Bramble, Lulu, offers stunning wildflowers and rustic floral designs. If you are looking for a perfect wedding bouquet for your Scottish elopement, Branch and Bramble should be your number one choice. No wedding bouquet will represent the beauty and wilderness of Scotland more perfectly.
Wedding dress: La Novia Edinburgh – La Novia is a beautiful bridal boutique in the heart of Scotland offering stunning, contemporary and romantic designs. They offer fittings, alterations and made-to-measure service. All this to make sure you choose the most perfect wedding gown for your wedding.
Scarf: Tartan Blanket Co – the stunning oversized blanket scarf you can see in the photos below is a Cashmere Blanket Scarf in Stewart Dress Antique Tartan. It’s not only super stylish, but also incredibly soft. And luxurious. Perfect thing to add to your elopement in Scotland, not just because it’s beautiful – but will also keep you warm.
Kilt: Kilt Society – Scotland is all about kilts, tartans and tweed. Perfect combo to say ‘I do’ in – in style.
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