Tamar & Matt | Isle of Skye elopement | Scotland


The day doesn’t have to be sunny. The rain won’t ruin it. It doesn’t have to be very warm either. And you don’t have to be fresh and ready. Beautiful places can fill you up with energy just when you look at them. But it doesn’t come without a price. Sometimes it’s just an early wake up, sometimes  beads of sweat on your back and sometimes way, way more. The question is if you are willing to pay it… cause I do.


Quick flight to Edinburgh and you have to learn how to drive again. When the wheel is really placed on the other side of the car and the roundabout is really spinning the other way round you start to feel stressed. Shockingly it all went really smoothly. That smoothly that I’m still waiting for my speeding ticket to come. Evenings are tasty as fish and chips… for the next 3 days in a row.


It’s almost impossible to imagine better place for shooting elopement than Isle of Skye. Scotland is a real dream come true when it comes to weddings. But you have to forget about your expectations. Edinburgh is a place with a soul. Closer to the northern-west it’s getting better and better. We choose to drive a longer, more picteresque way. Just because I want to see the bridge leading to Hogwart. I have heard that the Hogwart itself is placed somewhere in Scotland… With every mile the reality exceed the expectations even more.


I don’t believe there is any ugly place on Isle of Skye. My minimalist soul love those colours and shapes of the Highlands. I know I will come back here. Sooner than I expect.


The next morning comes and the story is beginning. No words can describe what I have experienced.  The rest of the story will be told by the film. I could literally feel the love of those two amazing souls.


Wedding film by Alpaka Wedding Videography, videographer Bartek Styperek
Photography: Aga Sokół
Wedding Gown: Stachowska Pracownia
Wedding Planner: Ela Mai Weddings
Van: Kipp Ford Classic Car Hire
Amazing couple: Tamar and Matt
Place: Scotland, Isle of Skye, Old Man of Storr