Scottish Wedding Traditions | Fly Away Bride Brian has to wash my sandy feet after we get married on the beach

Scottish Wedding Traditions

Scottish Wedding Traditions-feet washing-older married washes the bride's feet the night before the wedding

When I get married....

I like the idea of multiple bindings in this kind of fashion and I'd save my personal vows for the civil ceremony before hand and a little piece in the toasts

Wool Tartan Wedding Garter by Scotweb Traditional Scottish Ladieswear Tartan Wedding ideas, Scottish Wedding, Tartan patterned Ideas and Inspirations. Wedding Directory-UK

This looks my the Thompson tartan! Wool Tartan Wedding Garter by Scotweb Traditional Scottish Ladieswear Tartan Wedding ideas, Scottish Wedding, Tartan patterned Ideas and Inspirations.

26 Impossibly Beautiful Scottish Wedding Ideas

26 Impossibly Beautiful Scottish Wedding Ideas

Seal your union by drinking from a quaich.~~~A quaich is a traditional two-handled drinking cup, usually made from wood held together with bands of silver. Simultaneously drinking from the quaich during your ceremony is a great way to symbolise your commitment to one another.

26 Impossibly Beautiful Scottish Wedding Ideas

A quaich is a traditional two-handled drinking cup, usually made from wood held together with bands of silver. Simultaneously drinking from the quaich during your ceremony is a great way to symbolise your commitment to one another.

Use dried heather in place of confetti | 26 Impossibly Beautiful Scottish Wedding Ideas

Use dried heather in place of confetti

Apparently it's called 'handfasting,' and started as an ancient Celtic tradition that was continued in Scotland and other European countries, but i LOVE the symbolism it states, and LOVE the choice of lace and ribbons in this picture :] (any religion it would have a nice meaning to it)

Handfasting: Not Just For Pagan or Wiccan Wedding Vows

Tying the Knot? Your Humanist Wedding in Scotland: December 2013

With this ring, I give you my heart. I promise from this day forward you shall not walk alone. May my heart be your shelter and my arms be your home. (This is great for when you give a promise ring)

10 Irish Wedding Traditions for Your Big Day - Bell-Ringing

Cowbell Display A sure way to break the ice? Have guests pick up sheep and cow bells along with their escort cards.It’s a call to supper, table assignment, and favor in one. Plus, it will make the seat-finding process sound like a game of musical chairs.

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