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Kinkell Byre December Wedding in Scotland with Enzoani Bride Dress

BUDGET £25-30K

There was only one theme to chose for the travel-loving couple at this Kinkell Byre wedding in Scotland. Having spent 9 months prior to their engagement traveling the world our bride and groom wanted to bring a bit of adventure to their guests including a map table plan and table names in different languages. The personal touches continued with both the mother of the Bride and the Grooms mother dressing the venue and what a beautiful job they did, the romantic blush florals, the gold arch that framed the couple as they said their vows during the humanist ceremony and the hoop table decor. When the couple had their rings made they combined gold from both families to signify the coming together of both sides and they also provided a program for guests so they could get to know the bridal party a little better – love this idea!

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Wedding 2020 with Church Ceremony and Colourful Marquee Reception

BUDGET £5 – 10K

Claire and Ray were so inspired by the thought of a more intimate wedding with close family and friends they brought their originally planned 2020 wedding forward. They organised their day in six weeks and were able to book suppliers that had previously been unavailable on their wedding date, including talented wedding photographer Emma Lawson Photography. Their smiles say it all and the marquee reception looks incredible with colourful flowers and perfectly worded signs created by Rock My Wedding recommended suppliers, Made By Wood And Wood.

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Edinburgh Elopement With Mexican Food At The Basement Bar

BUDGET <£5K

Katie and Carl swapped their initial plans to have a big wedding for an intimate Edinburgh elopement with a few close friends and family, and don’t regret it one bit. Katie casually got ready with her girlfriends whilst sipping mimosas, then headed to the City Chambers to say her I dos in an incredible strapless wedding dress, whilst Carl honoured their Scottish heritage in a tartan blazer. After some stunning couples portraits with Northern Aye Photography amongst the Scottish countryside, Katie then changed from her fitted bridal gown to a short blazer dress before heading to their favourite bar and restaurant (where they first met) to enjoy Mexican food and tequilas. What a way to celebrate.

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Blairquhan Castle Wedding in Scotland with Beautiful Flower Installations

The flowers at this Blairquhan Castle wedding are simply breathtaking. A mixture of 4 different cultures (Jewish, Scottish, Welsh and Christian) meant there were so many exciting parts to the day. The ceremony space looked truly stunning with the foliage and floral installations surrounding the couple as they said their vows and ghost chairs to allow the flowers to be centre of attention. Following this was a beautiful, cosy wedding breakfast littered with white floral arrangments, green glassware and romantic candles. The bride herself too looked beautiful, in a Suzanne Neville dress finished with a low ponytail tied in a delicate ribbon as she became wife to her traditional kilt-wearing husband. The guests were entertained by one of our brilliant handpicked suppliers – The Wedding DJ – along with a traditional ceilidh band! And can we take a moment to appreciate the amazing white and gold wedding cake, all six tiers of it!

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Guardswell Farm Autumn Wedding in Scotland with Groom in Kilt

Taking their wedding back to their roots and tying the knot at Guardswell Farm in Scotland! With 20 of their friends and family staying at the farm, this couple were able to enjoy a few days with their loved ones in the run up to the big day. When the time came for them to tie the knot the bride looked stunning in a Rosa Clara wedding dress with lace back, that she got from the bridal boutique that she used to work in, teamed with a beautifully embellished hairpiece and white and blush flower bouquet. The groom donned a Scottish kilt for the day, with the intimate ceremony followed by a cosy dinner under a canopy of fairy lights and a traditional ceilidh that kept the guests on their feet all evening. A day filled with good food, good company and beautiful surroundings.

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Korean Wedding Dress for Multicultural Socially Distanced Wedding

BUDGET <£5K

On the first-day weddings were able to take place after lockdown was lifted, Elaine and Andrew knew they wanted to say their I do’s. They held an intimate ceremony at Elsick House with just 8 people including themselves, the registar, their parents and siblings. The mother of the bride and groom wore custom-made Korean wedding dress outfits, also known as Hanboks and everyone had an amazing time. The relaxed atmosphere of the day allowed the couple to get some incredible portraits with Emma Lawson Photography. In their own words, they said: “We initially thought that having a bigger wedding and celebrating with everyone would make our day special when in reality we just needed each other. Our small post-COVID wedding was everything we could have asked for.” What an inspiration this happy couple is. Love wins people, love always wins, just look at the joy.

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Culzean Castle Wedding With Peony Flowers & Princess Bride Dress

BUDGET £12.5-15K

A fairytale day at this Culzean Castle wedding with a princess bride dress, pink bridesmaid dresses and coral peony bouquets. The romantic interior and stunning views provided the perfect setting for this wedding packed with Scottish traditions. The day kicked off with a handfasting ceremony and drinks on the sprawling lawns, followed by a reception filled with Indian inspired elements and traditional Indian sweets as a tribute to the groom’s heritage! Ending the day on a total high with a ceilidh dance with their closest friends and family!

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Hanging Flowers For Vegan Wedding With 14 Bridesmaids In Scotland

BUDGET £35-37.5K

Amazing – just look at those hanging flowers in the marquee for this Scottish celebration! A village church ceremony was followed by the stunning reception in a field across from their family holiday home, somewhere that already holds fond memories now holds even greater ones. The bride wore a fitted vegan wedding dress and the food served was all vegan too, something that was very important! All 14 (yes 1-4!) bridesmaids (inc. one bridesman) looked stunning in Motee Maid mismatched dresses. The bridesman who, like the groom, looked dapper in his kilt. True to the Scottish traditions there was a ceilidh that got all the guests on their feet dancing away and building up an appetite, luckily a pizza truck was on hand for guests who got peckish in the evening!

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Aberdeen Wedding Photographer Captures Authentic Scottish Wedding

BUDGET £25 – 27.5K

We’re heading to the peak of the United Kingdom today for an authentic Scottish wedding captured by Aberdeen wedding photographer Nicola Stewart Photography. There are tartan kilts, personalised touches using Doric dialect and an abundance of inspiration. We particularly love the Edison bulb top table backdrop, as well as the etched wooden table name signs and cake topper. Keep your eyes peeled for Melissa’s wildflower bouquet too. It’ll knock your socks off.

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