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Ten Things

We Love About

Scottish Weddings

Part 1

We Fell In Love is all about featuring beautiful, real Scottish weddings. There is so much to love, we’re left wondering why anyone would want to wed anywhere else. In case you’re left in any doubt, here’s why Scotland is the place to say “I do.”

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1. Kilted Men. Girls, it doesn’t matter whether you’re Scottish or not, there is something pretty hot about men in kilts. Boys, if you’re not Scottish and think it’s just a tartan skirt, then think on.
We love that though the kilt and sporran are traditional attire, they have been given the contemporary twist in recent years by 21st Century Kilts and Sporran Nation to name but two. There are so many ways to wear it – menfolk you literally are spoilt for choice.

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2. Bonnie Lassies. Scottish girls (lassies) always know how to pull a punch. From elegant gowns, to short and chic dresses, Scottish brides are up there when it comes to fashion.
It’s also worth noting that Scotland is home to a host of award-winning designers, including the fabulous Freja Designer Dressmaking, and the creatively talented Corrine Smith Design.

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3. The Landscape. Scotland is a pretty breathtaking country. With lochs, mountains, forests, beaches, not to mention contemporary urban cityscapes, there are few boxes it doesn’t tick.

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4. The Venues. From elegant glam, to rustic charm, we think we have it pretty sewn up when it comes to the full range of top romantic settings.
Castles, caves, remote churches or romantic ruins; you can build your wedding venue into your vision right from the off. Remember that in Scotland, as long as your minister, or celebrant is licensed you can pretty much pick your spot.

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5. The Piper. If you want to grab your guests attention as they arrive at your ceremony and reception venue, then you can’t beat a piper. The cameras will be out and the toes will be tapping.
Why not make your Piper a part of your day: from piping you in to dinner, to giving a toast, your Piper will become part of your entertainment and your guests will love it.
For the second part of our 10 loves of Scottish weddings, pop on back to the blog on Saturday. In the meantime we’d love to hear what you love most… Alie x

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