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Hopetoun House

Last December we made a trip out to Hopetoun House for Judith and Paul's wedding. Judith was so laid back and happy for us to go with her elegant winter wedding style and run with it. We hope you enjoy these Blue Sky Photography images and that it might inspire a few winter brides out there!

The softness of the white ranunculus, paper whites and white freesia against the winter berries looked great – love it sitting on these logs too – beautiful image Alie!

Mixed berry, birch, spruce and mini pine cone buttonhole.. to.. die.. for..

Our lovely Karolina worked so hard painstakingly making the mini winter foliage garlands for the tops of our hurricane lamps which hung from iron crooks we placed along the chair sides to line the aisle.


When Blue Sky Photography show us their images of weddings we have worked on together we love spotting the ring shots!  Glad our cinnamon came to good use..

The warmth of these pictures makes us want to be there now.. by the log fire.. with some mulled wine..    shame it’s only April!!

Dundas Castle

A truly classic, timeless blue and white wedding at Dundas Castle.  Who says you have to decide between a candelabra or a tall vase design on guest tables..  have both!  


This image is just perfect, the way Nadia’s dress falls at the back is so beautiful. 


All images captured by Rankine Photography.


A classically beautiful wedding at Lennoxlove House with timeless images from Elemental Photography.

The Signet Library

We blogged this Signet Library wedding a few weeks after the big day last year  but we couldn't help but feature it once more with images from Duke Photography including a few bouquet shots. To see the original post, have a look here.


This wedding is now fully featured on our online wedding galleries.