Elopement in Isle of Skye & Dolomites

When Italian photography duo The Ferros (now living in Scotland - welcome guys!) contacted me to provide flowers for Fede & Giulia's wonderful elopement, the answer was of course yes! The romance of an elopement wedding gives me ALL the feels, it's just TOO romantic!

 

Our Bride & Groom, Fede & Giulia, are a couple very much in love. Choosing to elope to say their vows in the beautiful Isle of Skye and then onto the Dolomites, the images captured from their big day are simply breathtaking!

 

It's so easy to see the love and passion they have for each other and why they have chosen to spend the rest of their lives together!

 Giulia wanted her wedding flowers to be "Dreamy and Dramatic" Erm hello, best brief ever! A flower crown was a must along with a Bridal bouquet and of course, a Buttonhole for her Groom.

 

 I sourced the most unusual foliage I've ever come across to design and create Giulias flower crown. I like to think of it more as a halo, would you agree...

I then nestled luxe Roses and Hellebores amongst this foliage to create Giulias dramatic Bridal bouquet....

The ceremony itself was an absolutely beautiful affair on the Isle of Skye.

 

I may be biased but is there anywhere in the world more stunning than Scotland? 

 

 

 Fede's emotions eventually got the better of him and can anyone blame him?

 The image above has since gone on to win Junebug Weddings Choice Awards for "Best Moment" - Amazing!

 

The couple then made their way to the glorious Dolomites for further photos...

Being the passionate, adventurous pair that they are, not even a storm could stop them from creating and capturing these memories!

 

If you are considering an elopement wedding in Scotland or further afield, drop me a note, I want to hear ALL about it!

 

amanda@thefloraldesignboutique.co.uk

 

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