"The hotel is in a beautiful unique setting, and we were looking for something that would cater for a small-ish intimate wedding."
"Dress shopping and bridesmaid dress shopping was very fun. Menu tasting was also amazing - we made a weekend of it and went and stayed at Mhor84 for the night."
"Andy was pretty involved - we made most of the big decisions together (guest list, band, venue etc) and he is a big foodie so he ended up taking the reigns on that! He also organised our honeymoon."
"I ended up going back to the first dress shop I had been to - it was a small bridal boutique close to where my parents live in Yorkshire. My dress wasn’t like anything else I had seen and was totally different to what I had thought I would end up wearing, but I loved it! It was embellished, with a small train and a v-shaped back."
"There are too many favourite parts to choose from - the ceremony was one of my favourite parts as we managed to have it outside which was amazing. The meal was pretty special too as we ate seafood that my husband had sourced through his family business. And the dancing was really fun - our band were great."
"My sisters organised a sweetie table so that guests could help themselves to a little bag of pic’n’mix. It was very cute. "
"Getting ready is my clearest memory - the rest of the day went past in a blur!"
"Enjoy every minute as it’s over so quickly. "
Venue: Monachyle Mhor
Photographer: Euan Robertson
Band: Funk Nation
Make Up: Cat Robertson
Florist: Ruby Flowers
Stationery: Small heart pegs for name places were from Ae Fond Kiss in Glasgow - Karen who runs the shop there was super helpful. Maple Tea for invitations (purchased online via Etsy).
"Euan was really amazing- we were so lucky to have him as our photographer and I have been recommending him to anyone who will listen."
"Cat Robertson did mine, both mums’ and the bridesmaids’ make up and she was fab. So relaxed even in the chaos of 7 of us getting ready in the morning!"
"Ruby Flowers was also fantastic - she has an amazing eye and decorated the barn at Mhor so beautifully."