Kimberly and Stephen were married on 2nd June at Boswells Coach House. "I wanted the rustic romantic barn but also the polished wedding feel of a marquee and Boswells provided both. It has amazing grounds for photographs, a gorgeous flat on-site to get ready and the marquee is the best in Ayrshire. Coupled with the fact that the wedding co-ordinator Sue was so helpful and lovely and on-hand to answer questions 24/7 - it was like dealing with friends and family rather than a business so I trusted Boswells from start to finish. There was no restrictions or rules on timings, food, decorations it was take our venue and make it your own day - a very rare find in Ayrshire!" Huge thanks to the lovely Kathryn Tuckerman for sharing her images of the day. You can contact Kathryn on her website, Facebook or Instagram.
For the first time in 2018, this month hasn’t been shrouded in discussions about the wedding, meetings with vendors, Pinterest planning and excessive to-do listing. In the grand spirit of summer holidays, we’ve had a month off of wedding planning and it’s been quite refreshing.
“We went to see Cambo and totally fell in love with it. There is so much flexibility for what you can do that it allows you to make it your own. Food and drink were incredibly important to us, and Cambo allowed you to bring your own drinks and caterer. Also, the staff there are beyond amazing." Huge thanks to Ross Alexander for sharing his images of the day with us. You can catch Ross on his website, Facebook or Instagram.
Ashley and Ross were married in a small elopement in Glasgow on 20th April and their wedding was the next day at Òran Mór. They got engaged in April 2017 so were planning for around a year. Huge thanks to the fantastic Chantal and Scott from The Gibsons for sharing their images with us! You can catch them on their website, Facebook or Instagram.
I'm Lynn and documenting people in love having a darn good party is my thing. I want to tell my couples' stories and their weddings just as they are so that their great, great grandchildren can look back at their images in decades to come and see how ridiculously cool they were.
Briar Rose Design offers alternative wedding and events flowers across Scotland. Using a mixture of Scottish grown, Dutch and foraged flowers and foliage Mel creates wild and natural arrangements that celebrate nature in all its beauty. These are flowers for creative, relaxed, non traditional souls and people who colour outside the lines...
On your wedding day, you want to look like the best, most fabulous version of yourself - and that's where I come in. I specialise in beautifying, natural, long-lasting bridal makeup and hair, and love creating a look that complements all aspects of your wedding - and you! I also make a mean 'getting ready' playlist.