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Handfasting - A History

By Sophie 1 month ago 372 Views No comments

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.

A Scottish Wedding - Marcie and Daniel

By Sophie 4 months ago 571 Views No comments

Today we bring you the second 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. This week we're hearing from the lovely Marcie and Daniel! They had a gorgeous winter wedding in the stunning Rocky Mountains and in this article they tell us all about it...

A Scottish Wedding - Jenn and Tim

By Sophie 4 months ago 380 Views No comments

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...

Tradition of the Ancient Fireball Ceremony

By Sophie 11 months ago 1692 Views No comments

Perhaps the most unique of all Hogmanay celebrations, is that of the ancient fireball ceremony in Stonehaven. The idyllic fishing town, a mere 16 miles south of Aberdeen, hosts its annual Fireball Ceremony. This ancient celebration, of fire acrobatics, sees 60 locals parade the town streets, swinging the heavy fire-balls above their heads.

Handfasting

By Sophie 1 years ago 1152 Views 1 comment

Handfasting has become increasingly popular in modern times. It is the act of tying together a couples' hands in a symbolic gesture that represents the joining of families and the union of the couple. In modern times, this practice is seen as a highlight within the wedding ceremony.