We've got horses and kilts and ceilidh at this Scotland farm wedding

April 22 | mswolfgang  
Photos by: Solen Photography
Bride and groom outside a horse barn
Photos by Solen Photography

At first, I thought this wedding was on a ranch somewhere in Kansas. But nope! Fiona and James said their vows on his aunt's farm in sunny Scotland, on the hottest day in July. We love that James and a few others wore kilts while Fiona opted for sneakers underneath a gown with a sweeping train.

Fiona had a spare moment after getting ready to say hello to her horse, which may be my favorite photo here. But then there's a really, really cute pic of a curly-haired young redhead in a kilt that just makes me grin from ear to ear. Oh, and you have to check out Fiona and James dancing at theirceilidh! What's a Scottish wedding without traditional dance, you know?

Wedding dress on a barn

Scottish bride getting ready

Scottish bride and fields reflection

A field in Scotland

Happy bride

Girls love horses

Soft horsey nose

Bride in a horse barn

Bride says hello to horse

Men in kilts

Family portrait in front of a Scottish farmhouse

Wedding site on a Scottish farm

Walking across a wedding lawn

Ceremony I

Saying the vows

Reading the vows

Hymns at a wedding

Post ceremony

Signing the license

Kilt and a horse bow tie

Bride and groom and bunting

Bride and groom outside a Scottish barn

The getaway car

Bunting and lanterns

Milk can bouquet

Bees on a wedding cake

Bee closeup

Dancing the ceilidh

Sunset kisses

Vendors

Photographer: Solen Photography

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  1. Beautiful! They look so happy in every picture. And that bee cake is adorable. 🙂

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