Discover a side of your love you don't normally seeScotland elopement and couples photographer Let's chat about your wildest scottish adventure
I know you’ll appreciate the quiet moments of raw heartfelt connection…
… almost as much as you’ll revel in the moor-tramping, take-your-shoes-off ADVENTURE.
And getting lost along the way.
So much more than pretty pictures*
Choose experience and true connection instead.
Let’s craft an unforgettable Scottish elopement which is as unique as your weird-and-wonderful love is.
I’ll help you create an experience full of meaningful moments – where you can relax + get completely lost in each other and your celebration.
And all set in a scene filled with magic, wonder and breath-taking sights… Scotland.
*but trust me, we’ll get SO many of those too
Going against the grain and choosing to elope is a big deal. Thankfully, you’ll have someone along who is more than an elopement photographer – I’ll be your planning sidekick, local know-it-all and friendly ear!
Hi, I’m Raini! (/ˈreɪni/ – just like the weather!)
Having grown up exploring the nooks and crannies of Scotland – I’ve been told I’m pretty handy to have along on your Scottish elopement planning journey!
(Imagine me tapping the side of my nose in a conspiratorial fashion…) We’ll hunt out those special places and experiences that only a local can guide you to.
Once described as being like a:
“chocolate bunny filled with guacamole – sweet on the outside but strange, weird and made of avocados on the inside”
I’ve been told that being photographed by me is a wonderful combination of feeling free to be yourselves whilst having a whole shit-tonne of fun.
drinking tea, optional
chasing epic, guaranteed
Thinking of saying ‘no’ to a big wedding in favour of a unique intimate wedding day? Consider eloping to Scotland – a wildly romantic backdrop for the most memorable experience of your life.
Your love deserves to be celebrated – whether its a special occasion or not. Suitable for the insufferably in love, the life buddies, the travel-companions and the playful partners-in-crime.
REAL STORIES + INSPIRATION
from the blog
Glencoe is truly one of the most magical places in the world to elope. With it's stunning scenery and dramatic unpredictable weather - it's just filled with romance and adventure. During Mark and Christie's autumn Scottish elopement they experienced all the beauty...
A true adventure: rock-climbing to your elopement location... Called the Devil's Pulpit because of the deep red sandstone and ethereal feel, Finnich Glen is quite a special place to explore. Poorly signposted and without any real parking whatsoever, this hidden gem...
Choosing to ask someone to spend the rest of their life together with you... it's no small thing. But no matter how you do it, proposing to your partner should be a meaningful and memorable experience. Thinking of popping the question in Scotland? If proposing...
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Helpful advice for eloping in scotland
I consider the Scottish outdoors my 'office' - and without its vast wildness, my work would be meaningless. This is why caring for Scotland's environment is something which is incredibly important to me and how I run my business. Leave only footprints Take only photos...
Alanis Morissette has a lot to answer for by implying that rain on your wedding day would be an ironic tragedy. So I'm here to argue on the side of being pro-rain - how you can make the most of bad weather, how to prepare for it and why a little rain could even make...
Considering eloping? Here are some of my favourite little nuggets of advice for couples who are thinking about deciding to elope. These are just a few things I've picked up along the way as a Scottish elopement photographer - hope you find them helpful! 1. There is no...
If you've been planning a wedding lately you might have seen the word 'elopement' starting to pop up here, there and everywhere. The definition and expectation about what an elopement is has been rapidly changing over the last few years. Ye olde-and-trustworthy Oxford...
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