When the bride is a photographer herself, you just know that the wedding is going to be a gorgeous one. Olivia and Jed’s wedding is stylish and elegant, but also feels contemporary and fresh, with lots of fun details – like the gin bottle centerpieces, the moose motif and a dessert table to end all dessert tables.
The venue was Gilmerton House in Edinburgh, it was ideal for these Scottish guys, and a total guest list was of 58, so the affair was intimate. The ceremony took place in Athelstaneford Parish Church not far from the venue, and the chruch was beautifully decorated for the ceremony.
The dress was originally an Alan Hannah gown, but it was really redesigned it until it was almost unrecognizable. Worn with a simple pair of Jimmy Choos and some vintage jewelry from both the bride’s grandmother, she looked fantastic. The groom was wearing a traditional kilt with tweed blazer, as did all the ushers – with matching moose print ties, of course.
Both being lovers of gin, the couple opted to decorate the table with different bottles of Scottish gins and various garnishes. Together with some foiled stationery and beautiful floral arrangements from Rose & Ammi, the dressed tables were gorgeous.
The bride has a sweet tooth, so she wanted lots of delicious desserts. A huge selection of miniature delights, including chocolate and lemon tarts, macarons and marshmallows was created. The cake was hugely indulgent – velvety dark chocolate with a buttercream drip effect icing, dotted with gold leaf and decorated flowers to match the table arrangements.