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Craighouse Campus

Thrilled to be posting some images from Sarah Elizabeth Photography of this winter wedding at Craig House Campus.  We just love the rich colourings against the warm champagne dress, with touches of berries that hint towards the season.  Heathers Cakes blew us away with a perfectly matched dessert table full of divine goodies!

Hopetoun House

Venue - Hopetoun House
Photography - Blue Sky Photography

Mansfield Traquair

Today we are sharing a few snaps we took of this event at Mansfield Traquair for Mercedes.  Working alongside Heritage Portfolio and Tower Productions we brought together a modern spring look by using our new silver glassware range and the all time favourite white blossom.  In the entrance our orchid blossom trees looked so whimsical and pretty; we were quite jealous at the thought of guests sipping champagne under them..

Dundas Castle

Simple designs are often the most effective. This Dundas Castle wedding photographed by Rankine Photography maybe simple in concept but there was no missing these 4ft table installations of big pink puff balls of hydrangea in the pavilion! We also worked along side Liggy’s Cakes, filling between her cake tiers with bright pink hydrangea and topping it with a mini flowery ball.



The New Club

When you first walked into the wedding breakfast room at The New Club once it had been fully set there was no escaping the heavenly scent of spring. We layered the long tables decadently with collections of glass and crystal pieces, filled with as many white and apple green flowers we could think of, full of textures and shades of colour. Adding an eclectic mix of vessels housing all sorts of candles from fat chunky ones to thin taper ones.. it was one of those looks that really maybe shouldn’t work but totally did, especially in such a dark, atmospheric room as the Dining Room in The New ClubHeathers Cakes designed the sweetest cake with gorgeous suger flower detail which we accented with a Lilly of the Vallley topper, we then popped some hydrangea between the tiers and finished off with a white muscari skirt. The views across the Edinburgh City center are beyond amazing from the Long Room and our elegant bride Katie requested that we decorated the large stone urn that separates the two rooms in the drinks reception.   We swaged the urn in seasonal flowers mimicking the stone work that was already there – it was quite a sight when you reached the top of the steps and saw it there.  You can see a before and after shot on our Facebook page.