Zaneta and Allan’s elopement wedding took place in Glencoe, Scotland, during some particularly wild weather. Glencoe is known for its microclimate, meaning the weather can change quite dramatically in a short space of time. But Zaneta and Allan fully embraced the conditions and the end result was a gallery full of mood, drama and intimacy.
Glencoe is formed from the remains of a supervolcano, which was later shaped by glaciation during the last ice ages, and what remains is a landscape utterly breath-taking. This is made all the more dramatic by the weather conditions at this time of year, with the autumn and winter seeing low clouds and beautiful light breaking through the valleys.
Zaneta and Allan started their elopement close to the famous Kingshouse Hotel, before stopping at Buachaille viewpoint and going for a stroll near the famous white building of Buachaille Etive Mor: Lagangarbh Hut. This picturesque building is owned by the National Trust for Scotland and is a popular photo opportunity for visitors to the area.
Finally, we ended the day at Loch Achtriochtan, situated close to the A82 and offering stunning views of the valley, and the perfect location for an intimate elopement ceremony.
Zaneta and Allan wanted to venture from the hussle and bussle of Glasgow to marry in the cinematic landscape of Glencoe, and this is certainly what they achieved – the moody, cinematic and intimate vibes they were searching for were evident throughout.