A Modern, Romantic Byre at Inchyra Wedding

Anna, a Media Partnerships Manager at Expedia, and Steve, an Innovation Strategist at Macquarie Bank, married in June this season in Perthshire, Scotland.

"We wanted the design and style to be romantic and magical having a modern edge. Our key design themes were metallics, geometric shapes, watercolor, florals, and greenery. Our color pattern was a mixture of blues and greys, dusty pink, green and crimson with touches of gold and copper."

"My wedding gown was in the flagship store in Sydney. My evening skirt was from. I originally thought I would choose lace or floral dresses however in the end I loved the current, easy and elegant type of my dress – ivory satin having a low back and slit in the front."

"On your day of my 30th birthday, Steve surprised me by having a sunrise picnic in Bondi Beach where we live along with a whirlwind trip to New York; where we met- it had been amazing. We were engaged 1.5 years before our big day."

"I changed my thoughts on the bridesmaid dresses a few times however in the end went for as these were modern with clean lines and I loved the girls could pick the design and style that suited them."

"I chose marine blue as it had been the perfect Scottish summer color. My Sister, Maid of Honour wore a pale green silk dress that suited her beautifully."

"Steve wore a kilt from in Edinburgh. We picked SRU tartan because of its blues and greens to complement our color pattern. Even though he's English he was pleased to embrace the national dress!"

"My Dad walked me on the aisle- it would be a tradition I desired to keep. And was this to the particular track or song? Our swing band did an instrumental of La Vie en Rose by Louis Armstrong."

"We chose, an Australian brand for the wedding rings as I was impressed using their contemporary designs. My wedding band has a rose gold band having a fan of stones that frames my diamond engagement ring. Steve's matte silver ring comes with an inner rose gold band that ties the 2 together."

"The flower girls had pretty lace sleeves and fun tutu skirts that made them seem like fairies. They walked in the aisle holding flower wands."

"Entertainment was important to us and we love music; we wanted our guests to possess a blast. A piper greeted people because they arrived and that we booked a swing band to experience during our ceremony and drinks reception."

"We desired to do something fun, and thus learned a routine to Frank Sinatra's New York, New York. It then mixed into Jay Z's Empire State of Mind where our wedding ceremony joined us around the dance floor."

"Later on we'd a band for the ceilidh (Scottish country dancing) and much more dancing afterward."

"We hired a to for guests upload boomerang videos and photos to some wedding Instagram account we created."

"There were a lot of magical moments but walking on the aisle to satisfy Steve encompassed by the smiling faces of family members or when our dance practice paid off and that we successfully managed the lift!"

Words of Wedded Wisdom

"My biggest suggestion would be to not fret concerning the weather within the lead-up to the wedding. Rain changed some of our plans however it all exercised and was better than people could have hoped. I wasted lots of energy worrying about the rain rather than fully experiencing an exciting couple of days before."

Article produced at: https://www.feeltimes.com


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