Intimate Winter Wedding in the Scottish Highlands

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There’s something so extra special about tiny weddings and Hannah and Calum only invited very close friends and family to their December wedding. They were married at private house by Loch Lomond. They hired it for the full weekend and everyone stayed there with them.

“We wanted a relaxed weekend with friends and family with a wedding in the middle”, said the bride. “From the beginning we knew we wanted to do a lot of it ourselves with all of our guests pitching in. Everybody helped out, from baking the wedding cake, to creating the ceremony room, to arranging the flowers, to keeping everybody fed for the weekend. Our inspiration was that we just wanted to have lots of delicious food and spend the weekend with our favourite people.”

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The bride wore a silvery grey dress (which she designed herself with the help of a dressmaker) and a green cloak that was over 100 years old and had belonged to her grandmother. “We had grand plans to whisk Hannah and Calum off and make the most of the stunning Loch Lomond scenery”, took over photographers Tino & Pip. “However that was scuppered somewhat by the raging storm! We did get a few cracking shots of them standing together braced against the wind and rain inches from the water’s edge. Hannah’s dress and cloak certainly looked dramatic against the landscape!”

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“Our advice to other couples would be to think carefully about your photographers”, she concluded. “We wanted a relaxed day without lots of posed photos, and Tino & Pip really captured that while still managing to take lots of gorgeous photos. Also, don’t get upset about small things like rain, imperfect cakes and registrars saying wrong names!”

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5 comments

  1. Got a LOVE couples like this who brave the formidable Scottish elements for the sake of amazing photos they’ll cherish for years to come! I always urge my couples that it’s worth it!! Stunning dramatic scenery to complement this stylish couple, well done all round. PS it would annoy me though if the registrar forgot the names or got them wrong as they’re paid to do a professional & very intimate service-the least they can do is get the names right!!

  2. osas

    Just like epic movies I wish I could do mine like this no me and him with the kind of music I want especially with close friends and family. Me and my fiancee heartthrob feeling every good moments of it never letting it go sticking to my brains. But my country hmm they just like niose

  3. “and registrars saying wrong names”
    what??? oh dear ..

    What fantastic photos & I love the dress.. do your own thing!

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