A few weeks ago, we got a lovely email from Natasha, who’d recently got married and asked us if we’d feature her wedding because – direct quote – “we loved working with all suppliers so much that we want to credit them in any way we can”. Is that not just the most wonderful, heart-warming thing you’ve ever heard?
As it turns out, Natasha & Dino picked a stellar line up of Scottish suppliers for their laidback creative wedding, which was focused on being exactly that: laidback and local. On their wedding day, it was important to them that all of their suppliers were regional as much as possible – School House flowers grew the blooms for their bouquet in a garden 5 minutes from their venue. Not only did their lovely caterers Kitchen East did an amazing job sourcing delicious ingredients locally, but they handmade the fresh pasta course in front of guests. The bride and groom made their own arch and modern typographic signage, and dressed the venue themselves, with vases and candlesticks from Pops & Piaf.
Natasha’s gorgeous slip dress was from Halfpenny London, which she wore with Saint Laurent shoes (we die) and Tilly Thomas Lux celestial pins in her hair. Thank you to the lovely team at Mirrorbox Photography for capturing it in all of its glory!
- Photography: Mirrorbox Photography
- Catering: Kitchen East
- Dress: Halfpenny London
- Hair Accessories: Tilly Thomas Lux
- Vases and candlesticks: Pops & Piaf
- Venue: Cormiston Farm
- Lights and tables: Hopler Wood
- Neon: Solas Neon
- Celebrant: Chris Simm
- Flowers: School House Flowers
- Hair: Julie McGuire
- Make-up: Mairi Gordon