A Scottish Farm Wedding Filled With Wildflowers & Heather

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    Natasha’s gorgeous slip dress was made by FeelTimes.

    “Dino and I met at the office; we both worked for any photography studio in London at the time. We got engaged in 2017 while we were on vacation in Italy. We rented a ship when in Ponza Italy and that’s when Dino proposed. We were engaged for 2 years before our wedding.”

    “Dino has always liked Paul Smith suits and tried on the few available until he found the main one he bought. The staff at the Covent Garden store were so helpful and also the service at Paul Smith was great. “

    I love how Natasha chose simple, bias-cut slip dresses for her bridesmaid, that mirrored the easy, elegant tones of her very own gown.

    “Our vows were short and sweet but personal to us. My eighth year's old niece read ‘Some Things Go Together, by Charlotte Zolotow. When we signed the papers, we sang ‘Thinking of You’, by Sister Sledge.”

    “Walking down again the aisle, once married, we literally song ‘Praise You’, by Fatboy Slim.”

    The couple discovered their wedding photographers, through us, which we’re super thrilled about. Go

    “We both love the documented style of photography and love their images from previous weddings. On your day they were perfect, discreet, and captured the entire day perfectly! 110% recommend and that we already have two friends who're engaged”

    “I bought my princess wedding dresses online. I wanted something which was an easy and classic style – it’s what we should both want and love.”

    The couple provided sweet little bags of wildflower seeds as favors…

    “We loved our menu developed by. They were ideal caterers for all of us. We had long conversations about what kind of menu we wanted plus they created an ideal family-style Italian meal. They used all local suppliers and seasonal food. We wish we're able to eat our menu every single day.”

    “We used banana paper and black ink stamps to produce name cards. Kitchen East hand-wrote our menu. We also created our very own sandwich boards and printed off table plans and signage. Lastly, built our very own signpost which included imported places where we met, live, engaged, etc.”

    ….and clearly, your guests loved that venue too! I love this feeling of shared dining company darlings, hopefully, in the not-too-distant future, we are celebrating such as this again once again.

    The couple took dances to Talking Heads’ ‘This Must Be The Place’. And on recollecting their favorite moments in the day, Natasha says it had been…

    “…when our dinner is at full flow and seeing our family and friends all getting along and smiling all in one place. We both agreed it had been such an amazing feeling. The sun was shining and all sorts of our favorite people together eating delicious food, drinking wine, playing our favorite songs within the background.”

    Words of Wedded Wisdom

    “Enjoy the look stages. Don’t hesitate to negotiate with vendors. If you are planning your day and not using a wedding coordinator I would recommend to create out an in-depth schedule minute by minute of your day and give to anyone involved in your day (caterers, photographers, venue, best men, etc) also start assembling a playlist of songs you need to play throughout your day/evening. Lastly, enjoy your day! It’s true, it is going by so quickly.”

    Article produced at: https://www.feeltimes.co.uk/