The romantic Glasgow wedding of our kilted fantasies

Christina and Paul wanted a fairly traditional Scottish wedding with a bit of a twist. Think natural touches and a bit of a travel theme. Oh, and everything was seriously GORGEOUS on top of it all. there was lovely greenery, purple touches, and even travel-themed table names on a big map to show everyone where they've been (and where to sit, of course).

Don't miss the HUGE heart-shaped cupcake display! Shall we peek at this Glasgow wedding of our kilted dreams?

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A backyard labor of love wedding (with a dream kilt + red dress combo!)

This backyard labor of love wedding is darkly beautiful with rich reds (in hair, clothes, and decor!), an awesome handmade feast, and a courtyard ceremony full of tears and handwritten vows. You'll love the long red gown and kilt/boots combo(!) on these brides. Don't miss the sweet serenade during the reception!

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A "Love Wins"-themed playful Oregon wedding (with pizza and toys!)

Two brides, a kilt, a chic pants outfit, and so many playful details: this sweet Oregon wedding at McMenamins is making our life. But when you see what they did at the ceremony (hint: it involves singing into a mic!), you'll be bowled over. Then take that bowling over to the lawn games and pizza party and you'll have this fun-as-hell wedding.

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Be inspired by this multicultural fusion wedding (with a fire engine!)

The bride was living in Istanbul, the groom was in Mexico, her family hails from Scotland, but the wedding was to be held in England. Talk about a lot of Googling and Skyping to get this wedding planned! Good thing they had access to the groom's gorgeous childhood home and backyard to which they could DIY it to high heaven. Just wait until you see the bride's red sari, the Indian-meets-UK catering, and the amazing fire engine!

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The mirrored corset at this teal and tentacles firey wedding stole our hearts

Liz and Tony's wedding inspiration came from trips and involvement in the Burning Man community where they met some of their closest friends. Some of our favorite parts were their customized outfits in teal and green with octopus light-up umbrellas, and their reception with fire dancers, fire sculptures, and a ring nest complete with robin's eggs. Liz's dress featured loads of tentacles and a corset made from shattered pieces of mirrored glass. You'll absolutely want to see the whole shebang.