Isle of Skye Elopement | Sarah & Phil
Sarah & Phil came from Australia and organised an Isle of Skye Elopement in Winter. Neither of them had visited Scotland before, so this was an adventure and something they could experience for the first time together.
In the morning Sarah and Phil got ready at the Crofter’s House in the dark before sunrise. It was a relaxed and cosy start on a cold Winter’s day. We walked down to a bay nearby the cottage for their first look. As they saw each other for the first time, seals were popping up in the water behind them! They watched on as Sarah & Phil shared this special moment together.
We then visited the Quiraing and Fairy Glen – two of my favourite locations in Skye. Sarah adores all animals and creatures, and throughout the day we were lucky enough to see seals, cows, sheep, dogs and different types of birds.
We finished off the day at the most Westerly point of Skye. Sarah and Phil adored the wild cliffs and coastline here and decided it would be the perfect location to exchange their vows and make a commitment to each other. They stood together and said their vows in the roaring wind, overlooking the cliffs and ocean.
For Sarah & Phil, having an elopement meant creating a day that was meaningful and just for them. They could do whatever they wanted, and no one else would have a day that was like their day. I’m so proud and inspired by couples who aren’t afraid to plan an adventure and create a day that is unique to them.
Are you thinking of eloping in Scotland? You can visit my guide to eloping in Scotland for tips and location ideas.