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Tales of Romance

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We have the delight of sharing some of Scotland’s most beautiful weddings with you. Today, to celebrate Valentine’s Day, we thought we’d take a meander with you through some of our favourite tales of romance and let your hearts skip a beat…

Don’t you always want to hear the proposal story? It’s the first question you want to ask when your friends get engaged (or maybe that’s just the girls?) We love the romantic location of Rachel and Graham’s proposal “On some rope swings, on a tiny beach, on an island with no roads, in the Andaman Sea, off the coast of Sumatra, Indonesia …”  Swoon…

You’ll smile a lot at the romance and personality of Jane and Russell’s Valentine’s Day proposal which involved two cups of tea and a pretty special ring…

Surprises at weddings always go down a treat. We loved the sound of Lorna and Dave’s Wedding at Kinkell Byre, with Lorna singing to Dave just before their first dance. “This was a complete surprise to him and all our guests and the look on his face was worth all the nerves”

We also secretly wanted to have been a part of Monique and Graeme’s flash mob dance routine. That looked like one amazing party…

Childhood sweethearts tying the knot really is the stuff of Scottish romance. Our hearts melted more than a little at Holly and Andrew’s Wedding Film, with the lines “You make me the best that I can be… and I love you beyond measure…”

Then there’s Samantha and Matthew’s tale of romance “I was 14, nearly 15, and he was 16 when we first met … We instantly liked each other and that was it for us, we said ‘I love you’ after three weeks of officially being together and have said it to one another every day since then.”

When it comes to picking a spot for your wedding remember it could just be for the two of you like Jennifer and Scott’s sublime wedding in the Hebrides; Or Meghan and Christopher’s adorable elopement to Scotland and the secret gem of Edinburgh’s Robin’s Chapel.

On the other hand, you could invite all your friends to the town where you both met and fell in love and have yourself one big party, like Chloe and Graham’s St Andrew’s Wedding. Or like Chie and Andrew’s wedding which saw family and friends jet in from all over the world to help them celebrate.

And lastly there’s the wedding of Natasha and Peter which almost didn’t happen, but thanks to lots of their friends and family working together, has a very happy ending.
We love love and think it should be celebrated – don’t you?

  • BoothPix - February 14, 2013 - 3:35 pm

    There are so many great venues around Scotland and one things for sure, there’s always a real good party after. It’s one of the reasons we love what we do.

    Great blog.ReplyCancel