We asked Scottish wedding photographers to share images of couples that went all out with their big day décor.
IMAGES | Jenniflower Photography
“Mandy and Scott got married at Doubletree by Hilton Dunblane Hydro just before Christmas, and there was a wonderland vibe to the white trees and dramatic lighting,”says Jennifer Lorenz of Jenniflower Photography, who captured their day.
“The décor was done by Party People who always do a fab job,but this was extraordinary! One thing I totally loved was the glass baubles hanging from the trees –so elegant and atmospheric.”
Atmospheric lighting – from the hanging candle baubles to the fairylights – paired with an elegant white colour scheme creates a chic, wintry look.
IMAGES | The Gibsons
“Amy and James’ wedding at The Tin Shed, Knockraich Farm, was carefree, laid-back and all about having a good party, which made it such a treat to photograph,” says Chantal Lachance Gibson of The Gibsons.
“When couples let go and immerse themselves in their day instead of worrying about everything it lets us capture the day as it truly was.
I loved the handmade and personal aspects. It was injected with a bit of fun as well, from the mixers to the wine chosen for the tables.”
Amy and James’ stunning wedding is proof of just how powerful a simple colour scheme can be! We love how foliage and greenery was used throughout the day to tie everything together, with accents of cream and gold to soften the feel of the venue.
GIVE IT SOME WELLY
IMAGES | Andi Watson Photography
“Lots of photos along with handwritten notes about each person made it clear that friendships and family were at the centre of Amanda and Conor’s wedding,” says Andi of Andi Watson Photography, who shot the couple’s big day at Comrie Croft.
“I loved how they embraced their outdoor wedding in the woods and came prepared for mud. They even used wellies as flower pots, which looked great!”
All the beautiful flowers from this wedding were grown at Comrie Croft by Tomnah’a Market Garden!
After the woodland ceremony, guests helped move the arch to the barn for the rest of the celebrations.