Want a wedding full of nostalgia? Vintage styling may be for you. Recent Dunglass wedding belles Oliver and Charlotte used vintage cups, saucers and side plates alongside rustic centrepieces to give their wedding a vintage twist.
How would you style your vintage wedding? Why not create a teacup centrepiece using vintage books and handmade tags or delight your guests with a vintage sweetie cart? Recycled glass bud vase centrepieces add vintage flair while keeping costs down. Or, you could add a unique touch to your wedding with a Vintage 1950’s Pashley Ice Cream Tricycle!
For more inspiration on vintage-themed weddings, take a look at our vintage weddings Pinterest board: https://www.pinterest.com/
This weekend we celebrated the wedding of Oliver and Charlotte.
Guests were treated to fabulous mini canapés, including mini beef Wellingtons, goat’s cheese profiteroles – and the quintessentially Scottish haggis bon bons. The event had a vintage twist, with selected vintage crockery used throughout the day.
The fabulous Naked Wedding Cake was baked with love by Pamela Stirling, the bride’s mother, in her kitchen.
Scotia String Quartet played through the ceremony and reception and Callanish provided evening music. Guests were treated to ice cream from the S.luca Ice cream van, and the wedding photography was by Fern Photography. Linden Flowers provided flowers and centrepieces for the chapel and marquee.
We wish Oliver and Charlotte every happiness.