A unique moment dedicated to love, far from everything, in a beautiful place. Elopement in Isle of Skye and Dolomites.
What a day guys. We were literally counting the hours to share this incredible adventure with Giulia and Fede and their elopement in Isle of Skye and the Dolomites. As soon as they contacted us for their elopement we instantly felt amused by the contagious feelings between them. We can definitely say they’re more than a couple madly in love but a perfect mix of pure fun, sexiness and one-of-a-kind complicity (plus they’re also incredible hikers!) We all met in a small cottage where G+F were staying. It’s still so clear in our minds how excited they were to start this new experience. It was all about love, laughs, cozy moments in the enchant of one of the most incredible spots in Scotland, Isle of Skye. A place Giulia and Fede confessed have been dreaming of since ever.
We drove together all the way down to Fairy Glen We were all completely blown away by the magical atmosphere of that day. When Giulia and Fede made their vows, it was like everything stopped for a moment. We couldn’t help to feel like we were part of something bigger. These two had the amazing idea of making their elopement last longer… Being both from the North of Italy, and great lovers of the Italian Alps, they shared the desire to go there a few days later. We’ve been going the Dolomites for a long time (strongly believing they’re just one of the most wonderful places on earth) So, when they talked about it we were like WOW. Giulia and Fede’s plan was just freaking awesome!
So, it was a beautiful spring day to spend between San Martino di Castrozza and Passo Rolle mountains, with the most romantic sunset. BUT. We would have never imagined what was awaiting us. An unexpected storm made of fog and wind changed everything into a surreal scenario, filling their hearts with raw, new feelings. Even now, remembering that makes us feel so overwhelmed and thankful. Dearest G+F, we wish you all the best, looking forward to meeting up soon!
A few days later on the Dolomites…