When Amber submitted this couples amazing ‘engagement tour’ through the Shetland Islands in Scotland, she also mentioned subsequently shooting their mountain wedding in Switzerland… so I immediately had to know more. It’s not often that
Tess & Elliot always knew they wanted to get married in Scotland, and after much planning, they decided to have their elopement in the hills just outside Edinburgh. An Elopement In Edinburgh Tell Us About
It’s hard to believe this today’s feature, an adventure session in Glen Coe, only happened a few weeks ago. The world, and our freedom as we know it has changed so much since then. But the mountains are still out there, and they will be waiting for us when we are finally able to return to them again. But for now, we’ll just have to live through the adventures of others and dream of the adventures in our futures that are still to come.
The Isle of Skye is becoming a popular location for eloping couples in Scotland, so it’s wonderful to see a stunning new elopement location, photographed beautifully by Lynne Kennedy Photography.
An adventurous hiking engagement session in the Edinburgh hills in Scotland by Destination Anywhere Photography.
These two artistic souls travelled across the globe to join hands and commit their lives to one another with a stunning elopement ceremony at the Quiraing on Scotland’s dramatic Isle of Skye.
A stunning moodly Elgol elopement on the beautifully rugged Isle of Skye in Scotland captured by The Caryls Photography.
What do you do when your families are in once country but you love another one? While some couples choose to elope, other couples are embracing the idea of having an after-wedding shoot in a place that holds special meaning for them. For today’s couple, that place is way up north in the UK. They decided to have an after-wedding adventure in Scotland with photographer Weirdie Grizzly, who took them to some of his favourite locations.
These two very stylish grooms in kilts make this enchanting elopement in Scotland look like something from a classic romance movie.
The Isle of Skye in Scotland is becoming one of the most popular locations for adventure loving couples in Europe. It might be because of the fact that you can have a legally binding humanist ceremony in almost any location you can think of. Or it might be simply because it’s breathtakingly beautiful. Taylor & Steven’s intimate Isle of Skye wedding by the fabulous Lynne Kennedy Photography is an absolute stunner and I know you’re going to love it!
Sarah & Col decided on Col’s family sheep farm in the Scottish Highlands as the perfect location for their wedding. During wedding planning they decided that they wanted a wedding which represented them as a couple. As a result they threw out tradition and concentrated on family, friends and fun.
With an epic love story that started eighteen years ago, Tina & Jürgen travelled all the way from Austria to Scotland for their remote and intimate Loch Coruisk Elopement on the Isle of Skye.
When you start hiking, day hikes turn in to overnight trips, and before you know it, you’re planning a multi-day trekking adventure. Whilst there may not be any Hollywood movies about these trails yet, this selection of Europe’s best multi-day hikes treats hikers to some of the most breathtaking scenery in the world. Think jagged mountain peaks, turquoise lakes, ancient glaciers and dramatic coastlines. And for those who take on the challenge of these multi-day hikes, the experience is one they will never forget.
Ok, you might be a little confused by this blog title “A Surprise Proposal In Scotland”. You’re probably thinking that almost all proposals are surprises. And yes, that’s true. They are usually a surprise to
I’ve followed the work of photographer Maureen Du Preez for a few years now and I absolutely love her way of seeing the world. Her photography has a beautifully honest quality to it and her love
Last year photographer Tom Cairns did something that he’d been talking about for years. He took a road trip up to the far North of Scotland and man what a trip it was. Here’s how Tom