Civil Partnership:

William Mason & Sean Farmer


Dalhousie Castle Hotel

Table Centres:

Tall silver candlestands with a garland of ivy, heather, blue thistle and open garden roses, surrounded by little pots of matching flowers and tealights.

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Bride & Groom: Rebecca & Alexander

Venue: Dalhousie Castle

Ceremony: Dalhousie Chapel within Castle.

Brides Flowers: Rebecca carried a hand tie of off white roses, hydrangea, spray rose and a hint of burgundy.

Table Centres: Tall silver candlestands with a green garland down the stem and with baby hand ties of burgundy/red & off white flowers to match the bridal flowers attached.


Caroline & Craig are from Ireland and decided to get married at the beautiful medieval castle setting of Dalhousie Castle which is steeped in scottish history.

The ceremony took place in The Chapel and dinner reception in the Dungeon Restaurant. The long table at the dinner reception was decorated with mixed low arrangements of pink aqua roses, white bianca roses and pink & white freesia running down the length of the table along with a variety of candles in glass, all sitting on a long mirror. 

Dating back to the 13th century Stiva & Jim chose the stately Dalhousie Castle for their wedding venue. The ceremony was held in the chapel and the evening reception in the Dining Room.

Stiva held a compact hand tie of all white roses and blue thistle with the bridesmaid and flowergirls holding similar but smaller versions to compliment.

The evening reception tables were tall martini style vases filled with clear gel and a compact sphere of blue thistle sitting on top. On alternating tables the centres were low glass bowls filled with gel and a similar sphere of blue thistle sitting on top.

Stiva & Jim live abroad therefore they used the services of  ‘As You Like It Wedding Planners‘ to co-ordinate their day.

Images are kindly supplied by Stiva & Jim.