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Inga & Richard

Saturday, July 21, 2015



Inga and Richard’s Scottish wedding evokes a beautiful sense of romance. Although on the surface the wedding looks traditional, there are some quirky touches under the surface, under Inga’s gown we see sparkling blush converse; perfect to ceilidh the night away in! We see touches of Scotland throughout with wedding with glass Irn Bru bottles, kilts and Celtic knots in the wedding bands.

Inga’s bateau neckline with lace detail is a stunning addition to her A-line champagne gown. If there is one day in a man’s life where they aim to look their best it’s their wedding day and Richard does not disappoint. His dapper brown suit is paired perfectly with a plaid waistcoat and plum tie.

Have you thought about favours? This couple’s choice of table trivia is perfect to get your guests talking. Not only are they great fun, but these gifts will encourage guests who may not know each other to get chatting away alleviating some seating plan pressure!



Jenny & Gent

Saturday, July 21, 2015



Jenny and Gent combine two cultures beautifully in their union matching a quaint spring theme with the fire and spark of Gent’s traditional dance. What better place to hang your gown than a crafted wooden hanger with your new name and wedding date on it? This can be kept for years to come as a special memento if your big day.

Jenny’s princess style gown shows off her figure to perfection with the beading twinkling gently on the bodice. Her pastel flowers and chapel veil gives the day a greater fairy-tale feel. Gent chooses a deep blue, perfect for spring and summer weddings.

Individual touches, like a chalkboard with personalised messages written there and a vintage photo of the couple’s parents weddings can be replicated easily and are a thoughtful addition to traditional decorations.



Carly & Jamie

Saturday, July 21, 2015



This wedding is full of fun, and what could be more appropriate than a funfair? Carly and Jamie sparkle under the lights of the big wheel by night. Why stick with tradition? A unique touch can be created by purchasing personalised Lego figures as your cake toppers.

A 50s length dress is perfect for shimmying on the dance floor with plenty of layered tulle creating stunning shape and volume. A classic Scottish kilt is a wonderful way to mod to your heritage and can be found in multiple shades to suit your clan, or simply your colour scheme!

Purple and ivory complement the bridesmaids perfectly with a stylish ankle grazing length adding to the fun feel of this big day.


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