Made Over & Me
- Pinterest, Instagram, Facebook or Twitter?
Pinterest my go to place for escapism, relaxation general day dreaming and a source of inspiration for anything you ever wanted/needed.
- Glasgow or Edinburgh?
Edinburgh although I loved my time at Glasgow University and living there for 4 years there is something so romantic and nurturing about Edinburgh I could (and have) walk around for hours.
- Biggest achievement?
My two little darlinghearts Ollie & Poppy.
- Scottish Wedding Venue?
Ever so slightly biased but The Caves in Edinburgh it's even better than it was when we got married there 5 years ago.
- Wedding traditions or anything goes?
Anything goes it should be about those two people making a huge promise to each other and whatever that means to them is how it should be.
- Five dream dinner party guests?
Lisa Eldridge, Zooey Deschanel, Marie Forleo, Tyra Banks & Beyoncé. All interesting and amazing business women who I'd love to learn from and of course it would über fun I think wed get on like wildfire.
- What would you cook them?
I do a mean fiery teriyaki steak stir fry.
- Last book you read?
One plus One by JoJo Moyes.
- Favourite film?
Oooooh Good Will Hunting favourite line "How do you like them apples?" My hubbies favourite too.
- Guilty pleasure?
You tube make up videos, my 2 year old Poppy likes them too.
- Favourite first dance song?
Let's Stay Together; maybe a bit cheesy but it had meaning to us and now I love it when I hear one of my brides and her hubbie has gone for the same.
- Old, new, borrowed or blue?
Borrowed. I wore my friends veil on my wedding day she couldn't be there in person so I had a little piece of her with me, I also love when my brides wear their mums dress or their grannies veil it's such a sentimental gesture, really meaningful.
One of Amy's brides Louise did just that and redesigned her Mum's wedding dress! Read about it here.
- Wedding dress or wedding shoes?
It's all about the dress for me.
- Aspiring to be?
A writer, writing about all the things that I love, that people read and enjoy.
- Ceremony or reception?
Can't choose. Love them both.
- One piece of wedding planning advice?
Trust your gut for your wedding style, don't get swayed by the massive choice, chose from your heart be guided by your personality.
- One piece of wedding day advice?
Don't strive for perfection there will likely be a small thing that doesn't go to plan, remember to breath and don't let it ruin your big day.