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by First Light Photography

at Broxmouth Park

East Lothian-Scotland

The wedding of Nathalie Chalmers and Lennert Ecke, Broxmouth Park, 27th August 2016. Photographed by First Light Photography

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…

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  • Ditte Solgaard - February 13, 2017 - 4:54 pm

    So happy to see Nathalie and Lennerts wedding here, and reading a bit more about their planning and the day.
    We loved capturing it – it has brought back so many happy memories.


    • Christina - February 13, 2017 - 11:42 pm

      Always a pleasure sharing your incredible photos Ditte! xReplyCancel


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.

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by Sean Bell Photography

at Rowallan Castle


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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.

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by Malishka Photography

at Cambo House

& Crail Community Hall


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Today we’re travelling to Fife, where WFIL reader Kirsty wore a vintage dress to tie the knot with Rob in a Victorian country house, followed by a relaxed celebration in a fairy light festooned village hall. With nods to the music they love and glow-in-the-dark balloons to get the dancefloor going, it was one very fun day.

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Meet Morgan

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We are very excited today to introduce you to our new guest blogging bride! We received so many incredible entries for our competition, but what we really loved about Morgan’s was her total honesty and breathless excitement – she is a self-confessed anxious bridezilla when it comes to her big day (we’re sure many of you can relate!). We cannot wait to hear how her wedding journey unfolds!

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The Gibsons - Glasgow, Scotland wedding photographers 1

If you love photography that is natural, soft and romantic with a fine art edge, then The Gibsons are sure to have caught your eye. Today we’re catching up with Chantal, who – after turning her lifelong obsession with photography into a business – now travels all over Scotland (and the world!) chasing beautiful light and capturing incredible moments with her husband, Scott. And while Glasgow is home these days, getting to return to the Manitoban prairies of Canada to shoot weddings is an added bonus.

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Photographed by Susan Renee Photography

at Achnagairn Castle



We’ve loved living Guest Blogger Carla’s wedding journey with her (she had us hooked from the first mention of party games). And we’ve been more than a little excited to share her full wedding day with you. So, here it is: Carla and Jo’s story; planned to perfection and packed with pretty…

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Arrow and Twine Pinterest Board

This week we turn to Toria from Arrow and Twine, for expert advice on styling your wedding. Stepping into Toria’s world is all about embracing your own style. From contemporary Scandi-influenced design, to vintage flair, Toria has it covered. First up, advice on how to avoid the trend trap when planning your wedding…

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  • Mark - February 10, 2017 - 1:56 pm

    Very much agree. Trends are both a help and a hindrance and finding the right balance is key.ReplyCancel