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photos of October

One of the things (oh yes there are rather a few) we love about Scottish weddings is how unique they all are. You can basically do it your way, your style. Here’s the photographs packed with personality that have made us smile – inside and out – this month…

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In Scotland you can literally get married anywhere. Hooray for that! How about a wedding on a train? That was the perfect spot for Kirsten and Alan, who went onto hold their wedding reception in Scotland’s highest restaurant. Their story was captured beautifully by Nynke Jansen Photography and is bound to inspire.

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Maxine and Ross’ wedding had us falling in love with the highlands, open beaches and the idea of a venue without a curfew. It’s the perfect example of how personal and how much fun DIY weddings can and should be. It may even have started you planning yours. (Photo by Soraya Photo)

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We love ceremony photographs as that’s what the day is all about. Two of our favourite photographs of this month are from weddings where Mum walked her daughter down the aisle.
Stefhan’s reaction as Georgina arrived at the top of the aisle is so special and so real. Take a peak at their Lodge on the Loch wedding. (Photo by Malcolm Glennie Photography)
We were swooning a lot over Carolyn and Craig’s rustic-glam wedding. Carolyn and her Mum look stunning as they walk down the aisle. Did we mention Carolyn is a wedding dress designer? Just saying! (Photo by Suzanne Li Photography)

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The idea of having two weddings in one we think is just perfect. Patricia & Audi merged two cultures seamlessly together for twice the fun… and the chance to have two different wedding looks (love it!)
These two photographs just make us smile – the groom’s shoes and their dancing. (Photos by Julie Bee Photography)

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We love a cheeky kilt photo. Anyone else? This is from Natalie and Tom’s wedding and we’ll leave you guessing as to whether he was a true Scotsman or not. (Photo by Sam Brill Photography).

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This picture from Natalie and Stephen’s intimate Gretna Green wedding says it all – romance and a wide open sky. (Photo by Story of Love Photography)

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Sneaking it at the end of September (we’ll call it October) was Krista and Chris’ beautiful wedding captured by Ryan White Photography. This is one of those wow shots that captures the mood and the sense and scale of place. We love. Along with Katie and Stephen’s dance floor shot with their initial letters. (Photo by Story of Love Photography) Nighttime shots are special and worth capturing we say.
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