In this shoot the perfect autumnal Scottish elopement shoot is set in a micro-wedding style, reminding us all that small really can be beautiful. This wedding shoot took place in a unique Scottish location called Glencorse House & Old Kirk
The Wedding Venue
The wedding venue for the autumnal Scottish elopement shoot is at the Glencorse House & Old Kirk. This was the perfect location for the wedding scene from ‘The Outlander’. If you’ve seen the film, you’ll know that this location doesn’t get any better than that for the theme. It’s a rustic looking, stone walled venue that looks romantic, cosy and warm.
The Colour Palette
The colour palette for this autumnal Scottish elopement shoot was focused on a natural autumnal palette of creams, oranges, browns, golds and reds. These colours can be seen in the stunning flower arch where the ceremony took place. The colours were mixed beautifully with dark green leaves to create a stunning bouquet for the bride.
The Wedding Dress
This long lace wedding dress worked beautifully and added more romance to the wedding. The romantic candlelit look worked incredibly well against the stone backdrop and the bright white of the wedding dress just pops out in the photos. The lace pattern on the veil matches the dress and adds even more beauty, elegance and romance to the wedding shoot.
Top Tip From The Wedding Planner
The Wedding Guru Oskar says that you need to embrace what Mother Nature has to offer. If your wedding is in autumn, then use what Mother Nature has in store. For this autumnal Scottish elopement shoot they were truly spoilt for choice with rick autumnal colours for both indoor and outdoor inspirations.
When it comes to weddings in autumn, we would like to remind all couples that the weather can be especially unpredictable. The weather can change dramatically throughout the day so make sure you have a great venue that can support this. Make sure the venue looks great indoors in case there is no opportunity for photos outside.