Bride & Groom:

Wedding of Sarah Hiddleston & Ewan Stewart on 14th June 2103

Venue:

Dundas Castle 

Sarah held a trail of beautiful all white phalanopsis orchids, with red centres, with the bridesmaids holding white calla lilies left on length. The ceremony was held in the Auld Keep with the reception dinner in the Pavilion. The table centres were tall slender vases topped with an arrangement of white phalanopsis orchids and steel grass.

Sarah & Ewan’s other wedding suppliers included –

Bride & Groom:

Caroline Mottram & Deter Goliath

Venue:

Dundas Castle

  • Ceremony – Auld Keep
  • Reception – Pavilion

Bride’s Flowers:

Caroline held a compact trail of all cream roses and cream spray roses with a fine touch of greenery.

Table Centres:

Auld Keep : – decorated throughout with lots of hurricane lamps and floating candles with lush ivy and pots of flowers. Large candlestands with lush greenery and seasonal flowers positioned either side of altar table with a lush arrangement (creams and greens) in the font.

Pavilion: – Tall martini style vases with aralia leaves and topped with arrangements of open cream roses.

Bride & Groom:

Kate Miller & Anoop Joshi

Venue:

Dundas Castle

  • Ceremony – Auld Keep
  • Reception – Pavilion

Bride’s Flowers:

Katie held a hand tie of phelanopsis orchids, stephanotis, roses and a touch of hydrangea all in shades of blues, lilacs and purple.

Table Centres:

Alternating arrangements of tall flute vases topped with a lush arrangement of seasonal flowers to match the bridal flowers – and low arrangements using similar flowers.

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Bride & Groom:

Nicola Dinnie & Neil Smith

Venue:

Dundas Castle

  • Ceremony – The Auld Keep
  • Reception – The Croquet Room

Bride’s Flowers:

Nicola carried a natural loose hand tie in shades of white with some powder blue. Using agapanthus , hydrangea, sweet peas, double eustoma and peonies.

Table Centres:

Tall silver candlestands with long taper candles and topped with a loose , natural arrangement using bridal flowers.

Nicola & Neil’s other wedding suppliers included –

Wedding Dress by – Stephanie Allin at Lamesley Bridal

Photography by – Elemental Weddings

Wedding Cake by – The Edinburgh Cake Shop

Hair Stylist – Gwen Avinou at McKenzie Hair Design

Makeup – by Karen Bowen

Bride & Groom: Celine & Colin

Venue: Dundas Castle – Ceremony held in the Auld Keep and the Reception held in the Pavilion.

Bride’s Flowers: Celine held a hand tie of white roses, lily of the valley and white phlox.

The Auld Keep – was decorated throughout with lots of different sized candles in different shapes and sizes of vases, including vases with water and floating candles. Lots of scattered petals and lush ivy greenery placed throughout.

For the evening reception all the vases and decorations used in The Auld Keep were moved and repositioned in the Pavilion.

Kathy & Martin, Dundas Castle

September 17, 2010

Kathy and Martin chose the beautiful and historic setting of Dundas Castle in South Queensferry for their wedding venue. The ceremony was held in the ‘Auld Keep’ and the reception dinner in the Pavilion marquee on the lawns of the estate.

Kathy carried a trail of purple/pink phelanopsis orchids with white dendrobium orchids and stargazer lilies.

The ‘auld keep’ was decorated throughout with lots of candles in different shaped glass, loose flowers and ivy.

For the reception dinner the tables were decorated with tall silver candlestands with a compact design of purple hydrangea, eustoma and dendrobium orchids and hanging phelanopsis orchids. The base was surrounded with little pots of flowers and tea lights to compliment.

Elaine & David, Dundas Castle

September 3, 2010

Elaine & David chose the stunning setting of Dundas Castle for their wedding venue. The ceremony took place in the ‘Auld Keep’ with the ceremony held in the Pavilion Marquee on the beautiful lawns of the estate.

Elaine held a compact hand tie of off-white akito roses with the bridesmaids holding similar but smaller versions.

For the ceremony The Auld Keep was decorated throughout with lots of different heights of candles in glass. The dinner reception tables in the Pavilion were decorated with a tall lily vase with white cala lilies and greenery with little pots of flowers to match and tea light candles.