Scotland Week – Todays Wedding Accessory – Baby and Child Kilts

There is nothing more lovely than the joy of kids at your Wedding. Its a fiercely debated topic and not everyone agree’s, but a Couple has to do what they are comfortable with and what they envision their day to be like whether that includes children are not.

However today I have some couture gorgeousness for the little ones in the form of Baby and Child Kilts. They have the power to melt the hardest heart and they really make me smile.

Bare Knee’s are based in Kilsyth , just north of Glasgow and their Kiltmaker regularly travels the length and breadth of Scotland to provide a Kilt making service for clients. As well as childrens Kilts they make Adult sizes too. They make Kilts in Flower of Scotland and Black Watch as standard but kilts can be made in your tartan of choice. Their kiltmaker has been trained in traditional methods of Kilt making and they work with other highly trained craftsmen to create these wonderful accessories.

 

To find out about these beautiful products – Contact Bare Knees

Little Leg Baby Kilts are handmade, bespoke Baby Kilts made in a range of tartans and sizes. Laura Gilmour who makes the Kilts is based in Glasgow. Suitable for Weddings, Christening and other Special Occasions, they are made to measure for your child in a tartan of your choice. All packages are inclusive of kilt and child safe pin.  Baby
sporrans, socks, nappy covers and flashes are available at an extra cost.

To find out about these beautiful products – Contact Little Legs Baby Kilts

Yesterday I shared some beautiful products by the Scotland Shop and today I want to feature them again.

If your children are just that little bit older, there are these lovely tartan trews and Kilts for the Boys.

And Kilts and dresses for your beautiful little girls.

These tartan products are available exclusively from the Scotland Shop.

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UK Wedding Blogger with an eclectic style based in Glasgow

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