With the final few weeks to go before Epic Moon, it’s all about picking the gifts, planning the packing and a little bit of indulging (Las Vegas no less) for Jillian and Matt. Oh and did we mention the lightsabers?
If you’ve decided to go for a church wedding, but are feeling a bit stuck on how to decorate it for your ceremony, then today’s post is for you. Our expert on all things floral, Gemma has some great advice on how to make the biggest impact with your flower budget…
It was love at first sight when Natalie and Alan first met on a night out with friends. Ten years later, their Edinburgh winter wedding was full of their favourite things – music, fun, friends and family. And their unusual wedding transport (driven by the groom) raised a few smiles too. Enjoy their beautiful day…
Today we’re travelling to the island of Arran, where rolling hills, hidden beaches and waterfalls abound. Inspired by edgy fashions of the early 90s and the landscapes of Scotland, this creative shoot is sure to have you longing for a little island romance of your own…
Getting married in Scotland in 2017 or 2018 and bursting to share your wedding story with us (or even just a little bit keen to document it along the way)? We Fell In Love has just the space for you. Find out how you can be part of the guest blogging team and #BlogYourBigDay with us…
If an elegant classic car just isn’t for you, then here are some of our favourite alternative ways to get around on your wedding day. From rustic to rock n’ roll, there’s lots here to inspire!
Fancy something a little more rock n’ roll than a Rolls? We fell head over heels for this 1960 Mercury Montclair when we saw it in action at a Fife wedding. Not only is the colour ever so slightly awesome (your something blue perhaps?), but it was imported from the USA and the owner believes it to be the only car of its kind in Scotland, and quite possibly the only one available for wedding hire in the UK. So not only is it a looker, but it’s a fantastic talking point too. (Photos by Elemental Photography)
If you’re planning a rural or rustic wedding, then you really can’t beat a Land Rover. We loved Cat & Rob’s 1961 Series 2 Land Rover aka “Bessie”, which was decorated by their friends for the big day. “It was so much fun driving out to the main road for a quick spin – but too cold to go far!,” says Cat. (Photo by First Light Photography)
If you’re transporting guests from your ceremony to your reception venue, then how about arranging some special vintage buses? We love the Red Bus Company, complete with bespoke signage for your wedding. The quandary then becomes, travel on the bus and join the party like Isla and Aris did, or have a romantic journey for two? We know which we’d be choosing… (Photo by Mack Photography)
For something completely different, how about a bicycle built for two? This groom’s arrival by tandem at his wedding is still one of the most memorable we have featured, even three years on! But putting the bromance aside for a moment, wouldn’t it be extra lovely to ride off into the sunset, on your very first adventure as a married couple?! (Photo by Zoe Campbell Photography)
Whether it’s rally driving or horseback riding, if you can incorporate your passions into your wedding day – then we say go for it. We love this destination wedding for two on Luskentyre Beach on the Isle of Harris. (Photo by ABO Photography)
Seaplane departure or entrance by skydive? We’d love to hear from you if you’re going for something a little different for your wedding transport! Christina x
So hands up who knows their silk from their polyester; their lace from their tulle? We must confess to being a little lacking in knowledge in this area. Fear not, our lovely style blogger Mette from Freja Designer Dressmaking shares her wisdom. Read this and you’ll be whisked into a world of materials that will leave you dreaming of dresses.