Today I am thrilled to share a breathtaking Scottish Highlands elopement shoot with terracotta, rust and pink details and a bohemian edge.
Embraced by the incredible natural environment and warm charm of the building, St Mary’s is a family run creative arts space and recording studio with accommodation in the Scottish West Highlands.
It is also a hidden destination wedding venue with bespoke cabin for creative & adventurous couples to elope & escape.
With Northern light through stained glass; high ceilings, wooden floors, comfy sofas and a roaring stove on colder days: St Mary’s is always inspiring, and was the perfect setting for this elopement shoot.
The vision of the shoot was to create a beautiful terracotta & rust heaven with pink accents, and the venue tied beautifully into this concept.
To compliment this there was the use of elaborate florals, gorgeous vintage furniture and relaxed picnic set up all with a bohemian edge.
To gain some insight into the day a gorgeous stationery suite was created by Wedding Artwork by Diana.
Stunning florals both in bouquet, and in venue decoration were designed by Bothy Blooms in rich seasonal tones.
Venue: St Mary’s Wedding Space
Photography: Chris Guthrie Scott Photography
Planner & Stylist: Ella Maie Elopements
Headpiece: Saint Beth Official
Kilt: Gordon Nicolson Kilts
Stationery: Wedding Artwork by Daria
Flowers: Bothy Blooms
Food & Table Props: Platter & Pop
Furniture: Virginias Vintage Hire Scotland
Signage: Day Dreamer Creative Studio
Rings: Sarah Brown Jewellery
Models: Ali & Dionne – Model Couple