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Kirknewton Stables

There were so many CRAZY beautiful ideas and elements that went in to this wedding at Kirknewton Stables! We used reclaimed jam jars and filled each with a mix of flowers and herbs for each table - personally we think our flowers were beaten to the post by the bride and grooms AMAZING tables numbers - such a unique idea!  All these beautiful images were captured by Lillian and Leonard.

Private Marquee

When we saw these gorgeous photos Ditte from First Light Photography sent over of a recent wedding that took place in a marquee at the bride's family home we HAD to share. This wedding screams romance, and is the epitome of backyard chic!

Mansfield Traquair

Fiona and Paul's bright and sunny wedding at Mansfield Traquair featuring glowing ambers and oranges was a perfect match for their romantic affair.

Fiona chose a very classic bridal bouquet of Lilly of the valley, Stephanotis and roses with dark greenery through the bouquet - finished off with a diamante embellishment.

The bridesmaids held compact bouquets of all roses which were so vibrant and full of life against their dresses.

The table flowers were firstly used to create an aisle to the alter and then they were moved to the tables for the reception. We couldn’t have been happier with the final look of Mansfield Traquair - the colours of the flowers work so well with the colours in murals and of course the lighting provided by Tower Productions.

All of these gorgeous images were provided by Jackie and Alan of Rankine Photography who we have bumped into more than once or twice throughout this years wedding season! Thank you as always guys!

"I just wanted to send you a wee card to say thank you very much for your help over my wedding on 24th April at Mansfield. Your guidance over the flower choices was much appreciated. I will never forget how the venue looked when the big doors opened. It was everything I dreamt of! So many people have commented on the bridesmaids flowers and that really was down to you. Thanks again."