Alison & Chris // Isle of Mull Elopement

there are some days that we realise how amazingly lucky we are to be able to do this for a living. Alison and Chris’ incredible elopement on the Isle of Mull, off the West Coast of Scotland was one of those days. Alison and Chris are talented photographers from Texas, and from their first messages to us it was clear that on this trip of a lifetime, photography was of paramount importance!

they had travelled to the spectacular Isle of Mull to be married at Duart Castle – the home of The Clan Maclean, of which our bride is a proud member. as soon as we arrived at the beautiful Strongarbh House, we knew this was going to be a good one. we were greeted by Alison’s father Charles, who would be performing the ceremony, and were immediately charmed by his warmth and relaxing Southern drawl!

we drove together from Tobermory along Mull’s winding single-track roads to the castle, which proudly guards the sea cliffs of the island. Sir Lachlan Maclean – the Chief of the Clan Maclean – welcomed us into the castle (his home) and led the couple to the ceremony room; where the encapsulating smell of a log fire filled the air as the super-intimate ceremony began. after exploring the dramatic landscape surrounding the castle, we headed for some local seafood at The Mishnish back in Tobermory. Alison and Chris had told us earlier about their one true passion – beer! so what better way to end this epic day than with a delicious, ice-cold pint?!

we were so pleased to see just how completely happy and content they both looked as this perfect day drew to a close. we feel like we made friends for life in Alison and Chris, and it was an absolute honour to be part of their incredible story.

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isle of mull, scotland, september 2015.

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  • Sarah - These are OMG stunning! What a beautiful couple in an amazing place!ReplyCancel

  • William McClean - Congratulations ! My proposal of marriage was given and accepted by my bride, Deatria, on the front steps of the Strongarb after the Grand Ceilidh at the most recent clan gathering in 2012. May your married life be a long and happy one. May you ae be happy an never drink from a toom cappy { May you always be happy and never dring from an empty cup. }ReplyCancel

  • linda prosser - May your life be a beautiful blessing on you both.ReplyCancel

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