Hope you had a fun-filled weekend! We’re doing a bit of spring cleaning here on the blog, so are just going to leave you with this little dose of pretty and keep on keeping on… Please feel free to send coffee and cake our way! #wearecoding
Our queen of all things floral, Gemma is back today with an amazing DIY that even the least green-fingered of us should be able to pull off (yay!). But before we get stuck into our botanical crafts, let’s spare a second to appreciate the small yet mighty snowdrop.
By Mack Photo
at Leith Theatre
Today’s wedding is inspired by a love of “Scotland, Poland & cherry vodka”. After falling in love with their alternative Art Deco venue, Amy + Grzegorz planned a day with love, friends and family at its heart. If you’re anything like us, then chances are you’ll be thinking “Why oh why didn’t I get married in a theatre?!” any moment now…
By Lorna Ewings Photography
at Kinkell Byre
From a proposal by a castle to a wedding in a barn overlooking the sea, this love story is filled with romance and rustic charm. We love the sound of all the personal touches and who wouldn’t feel relaxed at a wedding where there are friendly cows looking over the wall?
by Kellee Quinn Photography
Lilac, Lace, Balloons and a Beach – what’s not to love about this styled shoot? Something special happened when this team of creatives came together. And if you’ve had any hankerings after a flower crown, be prepared to fall in love with this one…
We completely and utterly fell in love with Rhys and Kaylie’s proposal shoot, so what better day to share it with you than 14th February. We love everything about it, from the surprise element to the fact that these two know a thing or two about weddings and for them it definitely starts with flowers…
by First Light Photography
at Broxmouth Park
Today’s couple are proof that incredible things can happen when you swipe right. After meeting via Tinder, Nathalie and Lennert quickly bonded and fell in love. He proposed off the shores of Portofino (so romantic!) and they were married in an understated, chic, nature-inspired and (surprisingly!) sun-drenched Scottish wedding. We are more than a little in love…
From an exotic import in the 18th century to a fashionable commodity that would become synonymous with Scotland, Paisley has captured the imagination of designers all over the world. This month our style blogger, Mette tells us why she chose to tie the knot in a Paisley patterned wedding dress.
by Sean Bell Photography
at Rowallan Castle
From their personalised vows to the stationery designed by the groom, Kirsty and Greg’s Scottish castle wedding was full of personal touches. Inspired by rustic romance, they filled their day with handmade details, their favourite music, quotes from the movies, and a whole lot of love.