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Today we’re taking you on a virtual tour to one of our favourite parts of Scotland, the striking west coast. With textures and colours inspired by the Highland landscape, plus Peaky Blinder and biker inspired style for added edge, this creative shoot sent our hearts a flutter the moment we saw it.

And as if that wasn’t enough, a pod of minke whales made a surprise appearance. So magical! We caught up with wedding planner, Stephanie MacKellaig of Highland Edge Events to find out more.

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“A magical window into someone’s world,” – that’s how filmmakers Drew and Tracy see weddings. Today we’re catching up with the husband and wife team behind Jst Married Wedding Films, to talk about inspiration, adventure and the way they capture living memories for their couples. Prepare to fall in love!

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Bride and groom look out over Loch Coruisk at their Isle of Skye wedding

Ready for a little escapism? We thought so! Today we’re taking you armchair travelling, to a wild and windswept place that sends our souls soaring. Inspired by their love of the Scottish outdoors and mountains, Rhona and Craig were married by the shores of Loch Coruisk on the Isle of Skye. Packed with love, laughter and joy, their day is exactly what we need in our lives right now.

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Intro photo showing Dana and John after their Edinburgh wedding ceremony

It was love at first sight when Dana and John met at a mutual friend’s wedding in the United States. Drawn by Scotland’s charm, they travelled to Edinburgh with their close family and a few friends, where they were married at Timberyard Restaurant, an industrial-style former warehouse space in Edinburgh.

Their next adventure together was walking part of the West Highland Way, before cosying up in a cottage on the Isle of Skye. We love their style!

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A homely-feeling historic house in Aberdeenshire was the relaxed setting for Annabel and Colin’s summer wedding. They ditched the traditions that didn’t resonate with them to create a personal day filled with DIY touches and lawn games galore. With luscious greens, birch trees, blush flowers and tea lights, plus eucalyptus from Annabel’s Granny’s garden, it was an absolute dream of a day.

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