I love Scotland.
Just prior to the pandemic our husband and I finished our year-long before with a cou,ple of weeks in beautiful Edinburgh. With daily hikes up King Arthur’s Seat and a weekend excursion into Edinburgh’s Scottish Highlands, I could imagine why a couple who loves nature would quickly choose Scotland as their destination wedding.
The green, pastoral mountains of Scotland’s stunning Highlands This wedding inspiration from Alia Paienda makes us long for the day when we can return to this breathtaking area. The heirloom flowers and leaves to their floral arrangement, featuring a dress embellished with unique floral lace. The anti-feature is a tribute to the stunning Highland outdoors. Beauty.
When it comes to gowns, this stunning Scottish bride has none but British fashion house E&W Couture – the latest collection of E&W Couture was included in Bridal Musings. Although her collection for 2021 may be more fun and relaxed, this dress shows the ability of E&W to design dresses that are unique, which is the case with the fun-loving and nature-loving bride.
What’s an Scottish wedding without the groom in a kilt?
From Alia Paiena
Unforgettable picnics in the heart of the Highlands An opportunity to vow to marry in the enchanting mountain ranges of Scotlaninspiration was derived from the concept of an adventurous elopement that was romantic and boho in style. I wanted to create an element of wildness with a fashionable twist. I chose a contemporary bridal gown embroidered with oversized sleeves and a beautiful neckline. The beautiful flowers that revealed earthy and autumnal hues The Persian carpet gave ament of ethnicity to the shoot.
T.he hair and makeup artist and warrior, Bonny, brought out Rebecca’s beautiful features perfectly: thick eyebrows, wild hair, striking and perfectly matching da, alias, and glistening skin for a refreshing appearance. The long and oversized earrings gave a feminine and elegant accent to the boho look with a plethora of sparkling pearls and crystals.