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MrsPandPs Sunday Morning Cuppa Wedding Blog Catch up

Good Morning, and welcome to MrsPandPs Sunday Morning Cuppa Wedding Blog Catch up. Today I want to share a whole load of pretty as we look back on the fabulous features of this past week.     To kick off the week I shared some incredible Tartan Wedding inspiration and styling ideas. Many couples want to use tartan on their Big day, which led Lindsey Get Knotted & Anna from ScotlandShop.com to collaborate showing how tartan in weddings can be used in a modern and contemporary way. Although sometimes couples want to celebrate their Scottishness or just like Tartan with so many combinations and colours it can get a bit...

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...

Scotland Week – Todays Favourite Wedding Accessory – Tartan Wedding Shoes

Today on the second day of Scotland Week on the Blog, I just want to highlight another gorgeous accessory for your Scottish Big Day…gorgeous shoes ! As a resident of this wonderful land, Tartan is in my blood and what lady doesn’t like exquisite shoes. These are perfect for any Bride wanting to inject a hint of Scottish personality into her Big Day. The Scotland Shop collection is inspired and influenced by the multitude of colour to be found in Scottish tartans, steeped in history yet still a fundamental part of the fashion industry.  Combining the talents of the many fabulous designers and manufacturers they work with across Scotland, they are spoilt...