We knew this wedding was going to be more than a little bit special and would be filled with Catriona and Ross’ ideas and personalities, and boy it was! What an amazing day and what a fantastic way to start married life.
Cat and Ross knew they wanted their wedding to be a great party with their friends and family. And while there was a little bit of the gorgeous traditional Scottish wedding there was equally lots slightly less traditional. Only Ross could have run with an idea of a chainsaw to cut their wedding cake… and Cat we loved how you beamed throughout the whole day.
We had a great day with you guys and your wedding just makes us smile. We loved how you made your day your own and packed so much fun into it. From all the little details and the amazing lighting at Hopetoun House, through to your evening party launching in style with a pipe band and some pretty spectacular fireworks.
Here are some highlights for now. Enjoy your honeymoon lots (like we need to say that!)
See you soon,
Cat & Ross celebrated their wedding with a little bit of help from…
Venue – Hopetoun House
Florist – Planet Flowers
Make-up – LG Makeup
Hair – Keith Marshall Hairdressing
Kilt pin – Andrew Lamb
Photography – Blue Sky Photography
Videography – Cherry Tree Films – view Cat & Ross’ wedding film trailer on The Cherry Tree Films Blog
Catering – Heritage Portfolio
Piper – Jamie Thain
Lighting – Tower Productions
Band – Callanish Music
Fireworks – 21CC Fireworks
A sun drenched, summer wedding at Edinburgh’s Dundas Castle is pretty magical at the best of times, but when you add into this the amazing post-lockdown wedding party, you can begin to feel the amazing celebration that was Megan and Shawn’s wedding.
Ravensheugh Log Cabin is one of those hidden gems of places… for starters its location is beyond perfect. For seconds you can make it entirely your own. And if you add in a little bit of Scottish sun you’ll quickly feel the holiday vibes.
A Mansfield Traquair wedding is blessed with one of the most incredible aisles in Edinburgh