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Mansfield Traquair

Christmas is one of our most favourite times of the year, is there a more romantic time to get married? Vicky and Chris clearly loved the season too as they tied the knot on the 22nd December. They wanted to create a warm winter wonderland at Mansfield Traquair, with snowy birch lanterns to light the ceremony and tables adorned with vases full of faux ice and florals snowed to give everything a frosty look. Thanks so much to Jen Owens Photography for sharing her gorgeous images today.

Holy Trinity Church, St Andrews followed by Rufflets Hotel

Nicola & Douglas tied the knot last July, with a Church service followed by a reception at Rufflets Hotel. They mixed things up at the venue by going for chic grey table cloths and silver chairs which totally transformed the room. Such strong coloured linens, encouraged us to stay light and bright with mainly ivory with just touches of the dark purple that we took from the bridesmaids dresses. We used our vase down lighters to enhance the Vanda orchid detail with in the vase to bring light to the table at night rather than using candles. Thanks so much to the amazing Blue Sky Photography for sharing their images with us today.

Dalhousie Castle

Julie Tinton kindly recommended us to one of her brides last year that married at Dalhousie Castle. With such a strong Scottish theme the florals were all kept wild and unkempt with most of the flowers sourced locally from our cutting gardens sitting perfectly against the tartan fabrics of the bridal party.