A Fun and Informal Wedding

There’s greater than a hint of 1920s glamour, an attractive Glasgow venue, color, drama, and – dinosaurs.

Posted 5 months ago in Economics and Trade.

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Vicky, a merchant account manager, and Gareth, a method consultant, were married around the 12 January 2019 at, Glasgow – a Victorian church, that is now a cafe or restaurant, bar, theatre, and event space within the city's west end.

Vicky chose her gorgeously draped and gathered in Edinburgh, which she combined with a super-soft feather stole for that perfect vintage-inspired look.

"I loved the simplicity of the dress I chose, and also the shape from the train, and just how it felt unique, a little alternative, but bridal. It was a little bit of an accident it was so booby but thankfully with a lot of tapes and also the help of my mum and Caro, we kept girls in place!"

Gareth wore an excellent, rich, deep brown suit, which looked great alongside his burgundy tie, with a pocket watch tucked into his waistcoat pocket, which had been a present from one of his Best Men.

"We met through mutual work friends, and Vicky's sister introduced us one night after work during Edinburgh Fringe Festival. We met again a couple of weeks later in a gig, and also have been pretty inseparable since."

"That was nine years back! We got engaged in September 2017 around the beach at one of our favorite spots on the east coast of Scotland. The weather was nice, your dog badly behaved; it had been perfect."

Vicky's bridesmaids wore wonderful sparkly gold bridesmaid dresses, that they wore using their shoes and accessories. Here

"I walked on the aisle with my father, Marty P. After some helpful advice from a friend, we'd a little practice before we got into the car, but we still walked far too quickly! We walked on the aisle to Comptine dun Autre été in the soundtrack towards the film, Amelie, that was arranged for and played on classical guitar by our lovely friend Ian."

The couple chose a Humanist ceremony, that was conducted by a celebrant, plus they chose to say specially written vows to one another, which they kept secret until your day.

"Our vows were funny, heartfelt, and laced with nods to TV and music that we've shared."

Vicky and Gareth decorated their dining tables with potted cacti and succulents, alongside toy dinosaurs from Vicky's brother's childhood collection, who marched their way on the tables and onto lots from the surfaces around the area.

"Toy dinosaurs were also our favors, that have been sourced over almost a year. I think I ordered every possible multipack of dinosaurs Amazon had available, before getting a herd we were pleased with!"

Everyone sat down to an excellent dinner, cooked through the team at Cottiers, and also the couple's magnificent deep blue and gold cake was produced by Gareth's Aunty Christine – a most wonderful gift.

Words of Wedded Wisdom

"Do regardless of the fudge you want to complete. You don't have to stick to just one theme. There are plenty of expectations people might have when you say you're married, but don't forget it's about you two, stay with your guns, and do that which you like."

"You want to seem like you on your big day, so don't do anything whatsoever because you seem like you should. As long as the legal ceremony is sorted, you could have any type of wedding you would like. And the more dinosaurs and glitter you've, the greater."

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