A Scotland wedding with an electric blue gown and a sword fight #Wedding Porn#blue dress#kilts#scotland#sword#uk October 5 | Catherine Clark bijouxandbits Photos by: Archibald Photography Tamsyn and Jamie met during a charity clunker car race from London to Mongolia. Both ditched by their racing partners in the inter-country trek, the pair met and became partners in the race and now, in life. It's a pretty amazing story, and you can read more of it at Archibald Photography's blog. Related Post A delightfully macabre Victorian gothic wedding Molly and James' wedding at The Gatehouse of Lionsgate Events Center in Lafayette, Colorado is a gothic Victorian feast for the eyes. We're talking belly... Read more But now we are talking about their wedding which included an electric blue gown, and featured a first sword fight instead of a dance. Mark from Archibald Photography photographed it and has the details, but here are the gorgeous highlights from the event at The Royal College of Physicians in Edinburgh. The pair gets ready to meet in the library to seal the deal. Dress + kilts = so excited! Jamie created his own tartan, and then had his kilt made up to match. The rest of his outfit was then designed around it. Oh, close up time. Check out the necklace and then look at all the colors in the dress. Could she have nailed it any more perfectly? Blues, purples, greens, shimmer, ruffles… yummy. Tamsyn and her dad walked down the aisle to the Flower Duet from Lakme. The Cairn String Quartet also performed Guns N' Roses, Sandi Thom, and Metallica. The couple had the wedding at The Royal College of Physicians. Tamsyn told the team at Archibald that "it has an 'Alice in Wonderland' quality; everywhere you go a contrasting style and colour unfolds before you, and as Jamie put it, we wandered round like 'twa bairns the night afore Christmas'." That's pretty much how I feel looking at the photos. Tamsyn's mum designed and made all the bouquets, buttonholes/boutonnières, bridesmaid's fascinators, table plans and markers, and bookmark place settings. Each guest had a place setting with their own quote on it. Neither Tamsyn nor Jamie are dancers, so they decided to choreograph a sword fight instead! Tamsyn used to fence internationally, so it wasn't too unusual for her. They started slow dancing to a mushy tune and then launched into the fight to the Pirates of Caribbean theme. The atmosphere in the room with their performance is stunning. After the duel, the party danced the rest of the night to the Ceilidh band Two Left Feet. For more of this Scotland wedding bedecked in blue, tartan, and glamour, check out Archibald Photography's blog. Reporter Name * Reporter Email * Original text Enter the original text here. Edited text* Enter your suggested copyedit here. Notes You can add a note for the editor here. * Required information. Fix Typo Catherine Clark Catherine Clark is Offbeat Bride's Senior Editor. In her spare time she loiters at her local library, makes art, watches movies en masse, plays video and tabletop games, poorly cooks healthy things, cuddles with her feline fur baby, and blogs at BijouxandBits.com. @enidjcoleslaw @bijouxandbits @bijouxandbits PREVIOUS Let's re-write our notions about what defines a wedding! NEXT Jennifer & Rick's romantic candlelit Daft Punk music wedding Show/Hide comments [ 35 ] Love this idea of doing something different and customized instead of a dance. Not everyone can dance (I can't). Maybe singing a duet or something? Plus I adore her blue dress! 3 agree Reply My husband hates dancing, so instead of a First Dance, I sang a karaoke version of "I'm Your Moon" by Jonathan Coulton to him. It was awesome. Reply Next to last photo = AMAZING!!!!!! (Oh, to be Scots…. I was born on the wrong continent, I swear.) 4 agree Reply Oh. My. God. That! Dress! 10 agree Reply Love the dress! Absolutely gorgeous. Also love the first sword fight. 4 agree Reply Where is the dress from? It's awesome! The venue is amazing too. 3 agree Reply According to the links, it's from http://www.angelinacolarusso.com/. Sooo pretty! And she says the overskirt detaches so it becomes a "slinky evening dress". (Anyone else out there most captivated by the texture of clothing? Ruching, draping, ruffles, that kind of thing? This gown hits that ball outta the park!) 4 agree Reply This is gorgeous! GORGEOUS! I have no idea what is going on with the bride's flowers, but I love them. 1 agrees Reply ohgodohgodohgod that dress!!!!! I have now been swayed, officially, from wearing white. It washed me out anyway….custom blue shimmer-tastic, here I come! 5 agree Reply Love..love love the fencing. LOVE IT. 1 agrees Reply First swordfight + that dress = my heart fluttering. 1 agrees Reply Can I have this wedding PLUH-EASE!! I just have to find someone to marry. 1 agrees Reply OH. MY. GOD. DREAM. WEDDING. SO. OBSESSED. this is literally perfect. Reply this dress is just perfection. i mean there is nothing at all i would change…and im picky as hell. i want it. Reply That sword dance is hot ! 1 agrees Reply ….they are the two coolest people in the entire world. Reply We loved shooting Tamsyn and Jamie's wedding – as a few of you have said, they were quite literally two of the coolest people. Who would have known there could be so much romance in a "fight" at a wedding! Glad you like the images. 1 agrees Reply Just the NECKLINE on that dress is amazing! And the venue… I want to go to there. And the couple is just so adorable! 2 agree Reply That dress is so fab! 1 agrees Reply Clearly, the dress is beyond amazing… but I also trolled through those photos looking for a close up shot of that necklace!! I WANT IT SO HARD! I have a dress and it's not "white" but it's pretty close (cafe and gold) and this makes me want a colored dress instead like you have no idea. Colored accessories, here I come (hopefully with a killer necklace like that). What a beautiful wedding. In. Love. 2 agree Reply Absolutely stunning! P.S. Just found their swordfight on YouTube! I love the internet. 1 agrees Reply Very interesting, definitely different. I love the dress she's wearing as well. Really like it when the bride steps away from the traditional dress and ops for something with more colour. The sword fight looks good and I'm assuming was well practised. 1 agrees Reply OMG. That dress is awesome! 1 agrees Reply Wow. This made my day. Reply The neckline of that dress is gorgeous! AND the London to Mongolia Rally!!!!! I have always wanted to do that! Reply This wedding is so unique and inspirational! Great ideas for brides who want to do it their way! Love the photography, too 🙂 Reply I was AT this wedding and it was every bit as incredible as it looked. What the pics DON'T show is that the bride could remove the big overskirt revealing a slinky floor-length gown underneath – so she could wear it again at my own wedding a few months later! 2 agree Reply omg omg omg that dress!!!!!! what a wedding *swoon* Reply I have always been not totally convinced on non-white gowns (just because of my own aesthetics) but OH MY. this dress is truly a game changer for me. i am saving this in my inspiration folder for future wedding planning. Reply This is the highest quantity of epic I have ever observed in a wedding. Fabulous drama dress in non-white and a FREAKING SWORD FIGHT. Just all the prizes. Reply My face! It melts from the pretty! Reply I would sword fight her for that dress! Reply oh god I love it! sword fight and dress! 🙂 Reply OMG! The dress! The kilts! The SWORDFIGHT! So much here to love! Reply Blue is the traditional Scottish color for Brides, just fyi y'all! <3 it! 2 agree Reply Join the conversation Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment No-drama comment policy Part of what makes the Offbeat Empire different is our commitment to civil, constructive commenting. Make sure you're familiar with our no-drama comment policy. Biz owners & wedding bloggers Please just use your real name in your comment, not your business name or blog title. Our comments are not the place to pimp your website. If you want to promote your stuff on Offbeat Bride, join us as an advertiser instead.