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We’re beyond excited to share this alternative bridal boudoir shoot with you today – when Floral Menagerie and Off To Neverland Nails collaborate, we’re always smitten! They brought together an incredible team of Scottish suppliers to create some magic in Glasgow. Add one of our favourite designers, Miss Vivienne Lingerie to the mix and we’re talking heart eye explosions everywhere! We caught up with the incredible Lisa Gaston of Floral Menagerie to find out more…

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There can be few better ways to start married life than with an adventure. Drawn by the Scottish landscape, Carla and Kelley chose a luxurious and tranquil castle retreat, away from the hustle and bustle of the city for their intimate wedding. From the fairytale turret room they stayed in to their woodland ceremony by the River Calder, it was everything they’d dreamed of, and more.

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Gordon and Euan’s thoughts are turning to sweet treats for their big day. But there’s just one problem, neither of them are a fan of wedding cake. Luckily, Gordon has come up with a genius plan…

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wedding at Bride and groom on their wedding day at Comrie Croft in Perthshire

Award-winning Perthshire eco-farm, Comrie Croft was the perfect setting for Katie and Craig’s relaxed, DIY wedding. From creating the dessert table to designing the stationery, their talented family and friends all pitched in to help create this colourful, fun celebration. Add in gorgeous, locally-grown flowers and props from WFIL favourite, The Little White Cow and the scene was set for an incredible day (and night!). So much to love!

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Newlywed couple at Scottish wedding

Gillian and Stuart fell in love with their rustic barn venue, Coos Cathedral in Aberdeenshire, before they even stepped inside it. And the birds and bats living in the roof just added to the charm! From the thousand white paper cranes to the eucalyptus arch and gum nut buttonholes, their day was as personal as it was beautiful. And they made sure to do things their own way when it came to discarding any wedding traditions that didn’t feel like a good fit. So much to inspire here!

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Light meets dark in Kim and David’s winter wedding, with fairy lights and candles bringing a magical feel to the coach house in a nod to Harry Potter (Kim is a huge fan!). She added extra sparkle to the day by sourcing her nature-inspired jewellery from Scottish designers – her pearl and silver earrings were handmade in the Outer Hebrides, where David proposed on the white sands of Luskentyre beach. And she picked the flowers for her small, yet dramatic bouquet based on their meaning. We loved hearing the story behind this beautiful day!

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If the idea of skipping the hassle and fuss of planning a wedding and marrying your true love in secret is starting to appeal, then you’re not alone. Perhaps eloping to Scotland has been on your mind lately, or maybe we’ve just planted the seed of a genius idea (sorry not sorry!). It’s not for everyone, but if it feels right for you then why not be bold and have the badass elopement you’re longing for!

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Last time we shared Gordon’s wedding planning diary, he and Euan were waiting to hear if their beloved fur baby, Bear would be welcome at the venue they had fallen for. Well, we have some very good news on that front! There are, however, a few caveats. Over to Gordon…

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With just five months to plan their Glasgow wedding, Emily and Thomas were helped by friends and family, who embraced their transatlantic love story.

With eagles, an amazing pink and ivory 1950s Mercury Montclair wedding car (be still our beating hearts!), and a doughnut tower, their day was full of fun Americana touches. Add in Scottish unicorns, Tunnocks teacakes and traditional music, and it was an incredible, once-in-a-lifetime day.

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