Whether it’s Northern Ireland or mainland Britain, the National Trust is something of a goldmine for gorgeous wedding venues that are steeped in history. The Scottish National Trust boasts some particularly atmospheric old houses, city spaces, monuments and castles, and the backdrop for today’s wedding inspiration is pretty much the perfect example.
Kellie Castleis a medieval home that was updated by a Victorian family of artists, it’s surrounded by pear orchards and gardens of wild flowers, and looks like something lifted straight from a story book. So pair that with beautiful bridal style, opulent accessories, watercolor florals and refined details, and you have the makings of one pretty romantic wedding. Captured by destination wedding photographer, Koby Brown, and featuring real life couple, Carrie & Eoghan.
First, while preparation shooting the bride was wearing a gorgeous lavender-colored off the shoulder dress, which looked very romantic and soft. Then she put on her real wedding gown – a cape adds so much drama to a simple wedding dress – perfect for walking up the aisle and making a statement. The groom was wearing a blue suit with a windowpane print, such a cool idea for a colored groom’s suit!
The bridal bouquet was very textural and looked a bit wild: there were different garden flowers mixed with wild ones for a cool summer-inspired look. The deep plum flowers and berries really take the wedding cake up a notch.