With wedding season coming up, you're probably already far into the process of planning your special day. To help take some of the weight off your shoulders, we've come up with this essential kilt outfit guide for weddings.
Whether you're planning a formal black tie event or opting for a more casual approach, we've picked out everything you need to know about buying a kilt outfit for your wedding. If you're a guest planning to attend a wedding where a kilt outfit may be expected, don't worry: this guide will be just as useful for you. Here's everything you need in order to make an informed kilt outfit purchase for your wedding day, in one handy guide!
This week we're looking at Handfasting which is fast becoming a popular part of modern wedding ceremonies, especially with those who wish to celebrate their Scottish roots. The act of tying together a couples' hands in a symbolic gesture, that represents the joining of families and the union of the couple, Handfasting is seen as a highlight of many modern wedding ceremonies.
Today we're excited to bring you the first article, in our series, of featured Scottish Weddings. The best part is we're looking at you guys, our fabulous customers, and featuring your special days. We love to see how we've helped to shape your Scottish Weddings. From work friends to husband and wife, we take a look at Jenn and Tim's story...
A Luckenbooth brooch is a Scottish heart-shaped brooch, often with a crown above one heart, or two intertwined hearts. The brooches are typically made of silver, and are sometimes engraved or set with stones. For the wealthier customer, Luckenbooth brooches would be made with gold, however silver was common among 'lucky' charms and affordable to those who were poorer.