Scottish Wedding with Old Word Charm
July 15, 2010
United Kingdom

If you are all about classic style and old word charm then you are going to flip your lid over this lovely wedding. Set in the Scottish countryside this is so unbelievably picturesque. We are talking peonies and bagpipes and views for days. How incredible is that combo? Photographed by Craig and Eva Sanders, this is surely the perfect ending to a gorgeous day of weddings. Enjoy even more of this Scottish soiree in the gallery.

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Holly and Scott were married at the The Lodge on the banks of Loch Goil in Scotland. A wonderful and spectacular location built in 1863 at the time of the Arts and Craft movement in Scotland. It boasts not only stunning vistas over the Loch, but beautiful details where ever you look. From stained glass windows, hand painted wallpaper, tree and summer house's, it's the perfect location for anyone looking for a unique, intimate and truly romantic wedding experience. Add a beautiful bride and handsome groom, some great characters and the odd glass of champagne ( or two! ) and you have as close to the perfect wedding experience as you could hope.

Photography: Craig and Eva Sanders / Flowers: Ruby Flowers / Dress: Stuart Parvin from Anne Priscilla / Jewelry: Paul Costello from Frasers / Head band: Polly Edwards from Anne Priscilla / Cake: Liggy Cakes / Bridesmaid dresses: Anna Whyte / Hair: Alison Capaldi