Jack and Raquel got married at the Loch Lomond Waterfront in the picturesque town of Balmaha in Scotland earlier this year.
The guys came over from Zaragoza specially for the big day and not only did they bring a lot of Spanish friends and family. They also managed to bring a little bit of heat with them at the same time. So wearing a tweed suit jacket and waistcoat was probably one of the poorer choices I made this year.
The happy couple were actually married earlier in the year, back home in Spain. So what we were really doing was more of a home made second ceremony kind of thingy, where everyone could be involved. Kind of like an elopement… but you just happened to bring your whole family along with you.
Plus I always love when you get two couples from different backgrounds. Mainly because you can see how fun it is for both sides of the families to experience how they each celebrate wedding days and even tho I think us Scot’s are one of the best at it. I have to admit that throwing the bride about 10 feet in the air was pretty impressive.
All in all, what these two managed to do in such a short space of time from all the home made decorations (check out the custom made photo stand-in) to organising such a large group of family was fantastic and they made sure to put a lot of emphasis on having fun and spending quality time with everyone. After all thats what all the best weddings are about