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        Plane Castle - Stirling Wedding Photography

        Amazing Old Scottish Castle - Check!
        Young couple madly in love - Check!
        Close family and friends - Check!
        Wedding Dresses - Check!
        Wedding Rings - Check!
        Childhood teddy rabbit in his custom made wedding day suit - CHECK!

        Eloise and Laura got married last year at the amazing Plane Castle in the beautiful Stirling countryside. Scotland is obviously full of castle wedding venues, however I think Plane Castle is pretty special as a venue and really wanted to share it here. Not only that, but I love the way the pictures turned out. This is a classic example of how a small intimate wedding can come up with some of the best pictures.
        Lot's of the original features of the castle have been left to shine giving it a unique blend of old and eclectic, without it ever looking overly modernised. From the tapestries to the antique swords, the place is just bursting with character. I think if you were going for the Outlander feel, this place would be a good bet.
        Plane castle does have lots of character, but more importantly from a wedding point of view, this place just feels so dam romantic. Maybe I am just getting older and softer, but I know Eloise and Laura (who live down south) were drawn to having their wedding here because it epitomised everything they were looking for, from a elopement wedding in Scotland.
        The girls opted to get ready together in the morning, which was something of a new experience for me, but it totally worked and I think led to some really special and touching moments between the two of them. So yeh you don't always have to get ready a million miles from each other. It's blooming 2020 after all.
        I honestly think there are too many highlights from the day to include or bore you with here, but some of my favorites were there unbelievably cool custom cake topper (you have to check it out below) and Lauras childhood teddy rabbit who made the long trip up and wore his finest suit for the occasion.
        So if you cant guess already, Yes ! I want to come back here. I still feel like there is some much to explore.

        Eloise’s dress: Saros, Willowby Collection by Watters

        Laura’s dress: Midsummer by Needle and Thread

        Bridesmaids’ dresses: Little Mistress

        Engagement rings: Duncan House: Fine Celtic Jewellery

        Wedding rings: Made by themselves under direction of Emily Gliddon Jewellery

        Candles: NutShell Candles

        Band: Ray Higgins

        Cake topper: Claytastic Cake Toppers

        Flowers: Woodland Berry Bouquet by English Flower Farmer

        Celebrant: Jane Bechtel, Humanist Society Scotland

        Food: Cat and Turtle

        Laura’s headdress: Avani by Britten

        Confetti: The Confetti Cone Company

        Cake: M&S

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