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Something new for December

Whilst I was too busy attending all my festive party nights - I did not get the opportunity to try something new. Although they may have been a few new moves on the dance floor a couple of times. I thought I would write a blog on how to make the most of your festive wedding.



Festive Weddings in Scotland: Where Romance Meets Revelry

Scotland, with its dramatic landscapes, rich history, and vibrant culture, is a fairytale setting for any wedding. But if you're looking for something truly magical, consider saying "I do" during the festive season. From cozy winter ceremonies to lively Hogmanay celebrations, a festive wedding in Scotland is an experience you and your guests will never forget.



Winter Wonderland Weddings

Imagine exchanging vows in a snow-covered glen, with mountains dusted in white as your backdrop. Or picture yourselves hand-in-hand, walking down the aisle in a historic castle adorned with festive cheer. Winter weddings in Scotland offer a unique blend of romance and rustic charm.



Festive Touches

Incorporate the festive spirit into your wedding decor with rich jewel tones, twinkling fairy lights, and natural elements like pinecones, holly, and mistletoe. Tartan blankets draped over chairs, candles casting a warm glow, and sprigs of rosemary nestled in napkins add a touch of Scottish charm.



Festive Feasts and Ceilidhs

No Scottish celebration is complete without a delicious feast and lively entertainment. Treat your guests to a menu of hearty Scottish fare, from warming soups and stews to melt-in-your-mouth haggis and neeps (turnips). And what better way to get the party started than with a traditional ceilidh? With foot-stomping fiddle music and energetic ceilidh dances, your wedding will be a night to remember.




Festive Fun Beyond the Ceremony

Make the most of the festive season by planning fun activities for your guests. Go for a winter walk in the snow, organize a friendly snowball fight, or gather around a crackling bonfire with mugs of hot chocolate. These activities will add a touch of whimsy and create lasting memories for everyone involved.


Unique Scottish Traditions

Incorporate unique Scottish traditions into your wedding ceremony for an extra special touch. Consider a handfasting ceremony, where your hands are symbolically tied together to represent your union. Or surprise your guests with a piper playing a traditional tune as you walk down the aisle.


A Few Festive Ideas to Get You Started:

  • Hold your ceremony in a historic church or a charming country house decorated for the holidays.

  • Have your guests wear festive attire, such as tartan kilts or cozy woolen dresses.

  • Serve mulled wine or hot toddies to keep your guests warm.

  • Give your guests festive favors, such as shortbread cookies or miniature bottles of whisky.

  • End the night with a fireworks display for a truly unforgettable finale.




With its breathtaking scenery, warm hospitality, and rich festive traditions, Scotland is the perfect setting for a wedding that is both romantic and unforgettable. So if you're looking for a wedding that will truly stand out, consider saying "I do" in the land of kilts, castles, and festive cheer.



Slainte Mhath! (Cheers!)


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