Real Life Wedding: Crear, Tarbert

Lynsey & Dirk

Real Life Wedding: Crear, Tarbert

Crear, a white house, with a red roof, perched on a hill with glass windows and views like no other, is a little bit of Scottish magic. Nestled on the far west coast of Scotland, with direct views across to the isles of Islay, Jura & Gigha, it’s a landscape that will take your breath away every time.

And for Lynsey and Dirk’s wedding the weather was on its best behaviour, giving us glorious blue skies for exploring the nearby beach and then an epic sunset at the end of the day.

Thank you Mr and Mrs Van Rooyen for inviting us to be part of your wedding. We loved everything about it and are so excited to share your wedding story as we saw it. For now, here’s a glimpse.


Alie & Niels xx

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Photographer - Blue Sky Photography
Filmmaker - Cherry Tree Films
Church - South Knapdale Church
Venue - Crear
Wedding Band - The Riffreshers

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