A Romantic Scottish Wedding in St. Andrews, Manitoba

Bride and Groom

“After two years of continuous planning, our wedding day felt like a rush of calmness, mixed in with excitement,” explains Mikaela. “After a week of cold, dreary weather, the sun was out, and the beautiful fall colors were starting to peak through the summer green.”

Mikaela and Eric worked hard at developing vows that were very personalized and represented their Scottish heritage. “We included a Scottish hand-tying ceremony that used each of our families’ tartans,” explains Mikaela. “Eric also used his family’s Scottish sword in his boutonniere.”

The couple opted for a classic colour scheme of black, cream, and gold with soft pastel and pearl accents to complement the many personalized details within their day. “We had a memory table to honour my father, step-father and our grandparents,” Mikaela shares. “And we had favours that resembled our favourite treats.” The scrumptious dessert spread at this celebration was designed and baked by Mikaela’s good friend and bridesmaid, Katie.

Mikaela Robinson and Eric Brooks, September 21, 2013, St. Andrews, Manitoba.

Photography courtesy of blfStudios.

Vendors
Ceremony location: Lower Fort Garry
Reception location: Rembrandt’s Bistro
Bridal gown: La Sposa Dalmacia from Bliss Bridal Boutique
Groom’s tux: EPH Apparel
Cake: Cake-ology
Cupcakes and cookies: Kat Dark – Katie’s Cakes
Flowers: Fache Floral Designs
Favours: Cake-ology and Etsy
Wedding planner: Divine Weddings & Events
Music: Crystal Sound
Stationary: Robin Egg Blue Design
Linens: Chair-ish Your Moments
Hair: Elan Hair Studio
Makeup: Super Model Factory
Officiant: Turning Points
Photos Studio: Aspire Studios
Limousine: Five Star Limousine

See more photos of this simple, romantic wedding.

Comments

One comment on “A Romantic Scottish Wedding in St. Andrews, Manitoba
  1. Oh, so lovely to see the wedding featured! They were a sweet couple (we provided some rentals for them)

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